Fun fact: The decorative belt buckle as men’s fashion accessory dates to roughly the middle of the 20th century. The trend for unique and visually interesting buckles is said to have been popularized through Western films, so be sure to thank Roy Rogers and John Wayne for making buckles like this one possible! Fashioned in Montana, which has genuine Western “cred”, this silver and gold piece includes scrolling and horseshoe motifs to really pull together outfits that need a little cowboy emphasis. Click here for more views and information.
Get ready to impress in this rare and stunning combination of stark black and white contrasts. Somewhere between Hank Williams and Marty Robbins, this classic Western-cut black gabardine shirt with pearl snaps and sawtooth tab pockets meets just a bit of sequin and bead ornamentation where it counts, and then, the finale: White fringe down the sleeves. Have your encore ready. They’ll be hollering for it! More views and details here.
For a snazzy Western take on the tried and true trench coat, this piece by Margaret Godfrey for the Fox Run label doesn’t disappoint. For visual contrast aplenty, the shoulders and cuffs of this women’s coat are accented with a warm gingery brown suede. The khaki fabric is particularly striking against the diagonal line on the sleeve and the rounded tab of the swallow-tail collar. Dates late 1960’s, mini-length skirt section on the coat. Click here for more views and sizing information.
Rich copper color is the backdrop for this rodeo scene of a cowboy literally taking a bull by the horns. Simple, understated ribbon and clover motif etching complements the rodeo image, which is in 3D relief. Click here for more views and size information.
Made with classic Western details and yet surprisingly classic, these straight-leg slacks are versatile enough to go with other vintage or with newer pieces. Meant for tucked-in shirts, these feature attractive pointed tab belt loops at the waist. Click here for more views and sizing!
This Western-style Levi’s shirt features a crisp, sharp mixture of cool colors and intersecting lines, complemented by, dare we say, some very snappy snaps. Pair with your favorite pair of dark jeans or pants and get noticed! Click here for more views and sizing.
Remember how your aunt and uncle or your grandparents used to go to square dances on Saturday night and that was an important way to socialize before texting and Facebook?
Remember those ruffly can-can petticoats the women wore with their outfits?
Remember how you had to learn to square dance in high school?
Yes? Me too!
Well, either way, now you can own a piece of square dance history with this commemorative square dance convention buckle in the shape of Washington state. More information and details here. Swing your partner!
If you weren’t around for the 70’s, one important thing to know about the really big style back then was that for a while, bandanna kerchiefs were all the rage. This Western-style shirt does something different with the bandanna craze: It uses bandanna print on just a bit of this otherwise blue button-down. If this understated nod to the bandanna appeals to you, click here for more! Originally sold by the now-defunct Montgomery Ward. A real salute to mid-70’s sensibilities!
Ruffles have made a big comeback lately, and this shirt has them in spades. The classic snap-down Western shirt is given a kick – of style – by plenty of ruffles on the chest. Light sage, with sage and white plaid accents. Click here to see more!