Calgary Stampede

Stampede Recap

Turquoise Mini Dress | Quay Sunnies | Charlie 1 Horse Hat Well that’s a wrap on the 2017 Calgary Stampede! This year went across the spectrum from co-hosting our Cow Town Style Exhibition at Smithbilt Hats to my first pancake breakfast in well over 10 years and seeing it through the eyes of a two…

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Fringe Dress

Stampede Statment

JOH Fringe Tunic | Wildrose Choker  Sometimes my favourite outfit’s are the ones that you pick up and other people raise their eyebrows with a what’s that look?  This fringe dress was exactly that, the fringe is bold and the faux suede makes it feel luxe. It may be a tad over the top, but…

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Fringe Jacket

Red Hot Fringe

JOH Fringe Jacket | Bull Skull Bolo  I can’t believe Parade Day is here! Calgary weather can be tumultuous to say the least, but this year it looks like hot, clear skies are in order for the kick off of Calgary Stampede 2017! For anyone wondering what to wear to parade day, this year I’m thinking…

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Cow Town Style Guide

Cow Town Style Guide

Hi Guys! This morning I’m so excited to share with you our Stampede Style guide that will be popping up throughout the city and outlying areas of Calgary! As I mentioned before Paige Callaway and I wanted to feature artists, makers and stores that have some fantastic western style but may not be that well…

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Graphic Tee and Duster

Graphic Tanks and Lace Dusters

Women of Country Tank | Turquoise Slab Choker | Lace Duster One of my favourite trends I’m seeing this summer in the western fashion world is pairing a great graphic shirt with a duster or kimono style shrug. It’s the perfect casual match for heading out to a BBQ, a concert or summer event. After…

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History of the Squash Blossom

Western fashion, includes lots of turquoise jewelry. Turquoise has historical significance in western fashion and you don’t have to look further than the #turquoisetuesday hashtag that floods social media to see its current relevance. Native American’s believed turquoise stones protected them and often wore them into battle, when fallen ill and during ceremonies. The squash…

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