Money can buy anything, but it can’t make you look like any less of a dork.
The ‘1883’ actor, who lives in Fort Worth, picked up some tips on the 6666 Ranch.
With slimmer fits, moisture-wicking materials, and subtle shades, these styles are made for the wide-open plains . . . of Instagram.
And everybody won.
Perhaps not. But right now it feels to the South Texas craftsman like his profession is dying.
Even people who have never put their boot in a stirrup keep finding new reasons to don these stylish toppers.
Now that cowboy boots have flown the ranch and headed to the runway, it’s time for us to embrace the belt buckle.
The Hutto-based hatmaker uses decades-old equipment to meticulously customize every hat.
Justin Discount Boots has never been challenged on its self-given, prestigious title—until now.
The bookmaker apprenticed under the famous Charlie Dunn and is now training a new generation of talented craftspeople.
An Austinite living in Washington, D.C., worries about the consequences of sporting pricey designer footwear.
Combine Dolly Parton with Stevie Nicks, and you get the idea.
Fringe, cowboy hats, boots—and more fringe—dominate the style choices of this year’s ACL Fest attendees.
Fringe, rhinestones, and boots were in full display at the Austin music festival.
A Connecticut Yankee new to San Antonio’s social circuit is vexed by an invitation’s dress code.
Fort Worth Stockyards.
Comfort, style, and identity are a few of the reasons why Texans will be forever in blue jeans.
For when you need a beautiful shirt that can be removed quickly.
Six variations on the choicest form of jewelry for a cowgirl. Or boy.
The rodeo belt buckle is prized by cowboys and collectors alike. By the look of these handcrafted samples, it’s easy to see why.
“I always liked Western buckles,” says Robert Brandes, “and then one day it dawned on me to ask, ‘Hey—who makes these things?’” The Austin collector-investor set out to learn more about the silversmiths and engravers who made their mark on cowboy adornment in the form of weighty, elaborately decorated rodeo-style
Fashion designers are betting the ranch on new Western shirts with styles inspired by Hollywood, not history.
Today’s cowboy can thank Hollywood designers for the shirt on his back.
Whether it’s made of straw or ermine, this is the cowboy hat.
Wearing one won’t make you a real live cowboy, but it sure will brand you as a modern Texan.
Texas fashion is not exactly a rags-to-riches story.