How about that vintage western look

Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by bburtner@moran, May 12, 2009.

  1. This was my wife's when she rode parades & rodeos.

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    Leather Bell bottom pants boot cut.
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    Inseam, waist & pockets are trimmed too.
     
  2. Short Balding Guy

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    I was inspired by your red Pendleton and looked and sourced a similar Pendleton. My new shirt is in a hue that I can easily wear.

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    Thanks for all the inspiring posts folks.

    Cheers, Eric -
     
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    Great looking shirt, Eric. Another vintage brand I keep an eye out for is the Jack Frost line from Utah Woolen mills. They put out some early western styles before snap buttons. I’ve had two come through my hands that turned out to be too small. They made some great ones in wool gabardine with Bakelite buttons I keep looking for.
     
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  4. The clothes looks great Greg, but you look a bit dehydrated. :D
     
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    Thanks, Bob. Took awhile but somebody finally got around to saying it.
     
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    Hollywood boots from the late 40’s; Stetson ‘Arminto’. This model shows up in the Miller- Stockman catalogues some time before these boots appeared on the scene, though this one is likely late 60’s.; Let ‘er Buck silk scarf from Japan, likely post war. I have a half dozen or so of these scarfs and most are very sheer silk and this one is quite heavy and thick with texture and embroidery. These things were sold as souvenirs at rodeos, originating with the Pendleton Round Up. Artist/cartoonist Wallace Smith created the original drawing and sold it to The Roundup for $250 who had the image copyrighted in 1925.; Contemporary Colorado Native American made Sterling ranger buckle set on a bridle leather belt. No makers mark on the buckle set.
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    You're killing me, Cuz. Got me awestruck and inspired with those boots and duds.
     
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  8. Great composition BB!
     
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    4X Open Road
    Denim Tuxedo (levis 507xx & 501s)
    Black label Tony Lamas

    I might've looked like I was going to rob the grocery store...but rest assured it was the other way around.
     
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  12. Woodstock, the Prequel. I'd like to have my pick in the parking lot!
     
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    Yeah. That's some hat, ain't it?
     
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    You're not sailing that boat by yourself.
     
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    How about that saddle! Don't see many like that any more.
     
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    The guy looks pretty skinny. But he'd need to be on that wood. Looks to be like a 14"- seat. High cantle (5"+), oxbows and swell fork? It would sure be a sticky one! Check out the shoes and spats. Wonder how sitting that one was for 14 hrs?
     
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