Amen to that! Love this post. :)
Oh what a treat! That Katy Cowgirl has some excellent personal style, thank you ever so for that inspiration <3
Yay! This morning my fringed western shirt and cowboy boots made me the laughing stock of the library (well, the laughing stock of a handful of unpleasant "bros"/jock guys) so this post is my silent rebuttal ;)
What an assortment of major cowgirl babes! You are tits, Dakota.
oh my, i love these! nothing is more fun than honky tonkin here in nashville :O)
Oh how honky-tonk girls inspire me!! I also am a huge fan of Sparkle Moore =)
Maybe it's because my mom is from Oklahoma, but I have a soft spot in my heart for vintage western wear. Is it bad that when I watch "Gunsmoke", I secretly pine for the big hair and western style faux Victorian dresses?
I love these little buckarettes! I bet your outfit was as killer as this photo style rebuttal, don't let 'em clip your wings!
these are awesome! love all that attitude and hair spray :)
Hooray! Glad you ladies relate! Josie, I'm so happy you like Sparkle Moore too; she's incredible, but not many people I know seem to have heard of her :( Sarah, I coveted those TV Western actresses' looks so badly when I was in highschool!! Those saloon gals and pioneer ladies looked really really cool, with the combination of Victorian clothes and '60s/'70s hair and makeup.Lisa, thank you, it WAS killer, haha! (As in Jerry Lee Lewis, maybe? But still!) I take the bemusement of the my generic-looking peers as a sign I'm doing things right ;)
I love the 12th photo with all the girls in the bar :Dxxx
Yee Haw! These are wonderful! I love that that crooning cowgirl's name was "Sparkle" :)
I must remember that quote and start teasing my hair up to reach god!! I wonder if really, really big floral headbands count? It's so weird, but as I write this I'm listening to Woody Guthrie, who you introduced me too. I'm hooked! Now you have provided me with more musical talents and some amazing pics! I love the one with the girl in the nose bandage - do you think she's just had a nose-job? Thank you lovely Dakota. xoxo
Haha yes, I do believe that is the shirt. Sometimes I spot items that I own in thrift stores and it's always weird seeing another of them.MabelMabel Time
I too am a vintage loving country girl, so glad I found your blog! The higher the hair the closer to God, so true! I usually prefer a 60s style coif, but these are totally fantastic!xoxo,annieI'm hosting a vintage dress GIVEAWAY on my blog, hope you will stop by!http://vintagediggs.com/2011/12/holiday-vintage-dress-giveaway/
This is such a seriously delightful post. I adore every last image, but am especially taken by the gun totting lingerie models (so that's how the west was really won! :D).Thank you for the fabulously inspiring western wear images, dear gal!Oodles of hugs & cheerful Sunday wishes,♥ Jessica
Jessica, that doll in the bloomers is Jane Russell herself! It was for a French girly mag, around the time of her Western "the Outlaw", I believe!
Loved the Dolly Parton clip. So inspiering energetic and happy need to share it emediatly on FB! Thank You!!!
♥♥♥Speak right up---I read & cherish your every word!Just keep things mannerly, please.♥♥♥