by Renae Virata | We came up with a few Rodeo looks that are just right, just now for the weather in Houston using our Fashion Forecast tool. Just click on a look for details and to shop it now before it expires! Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for the ‘US – Southwest’ Category
by Renae Virata | The more diverse rodeos become, the more diverse the fashion! Long gone (but still classic!) are the days of only plaid shirts, denim, and cowboy boots. We spotted a bunch of stylish urban cowgirls at the BBQ Cook-off at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo who made the Rodeo their own fashion runway. Check it out! Read the rest of this entry »
by Renae Virata | Looks like New Orleans is going to have a busy February this year! With Super Bowl taking place February 3rd and Mardi Gras to follow February 12th, it’s going to be par-tay time in The Big Easy! Read the rest of this entry »
by Renae Virata | This Memorial Day, it’s all about mixing it up. Don’t be afraid to look like a patriot. Splashes of red or navy as well as different red, white and blue theme variations will help you keep in theme without going overboard. Read the rest of this entry »
by Renae Virata | This scenic route varies in elevation amongst the mountains which means it could get c-c-c-cold! Temperatures can dip into the upper 40s at night, so make sure you bring a medium-weight scarf and a medium-weight jacket (like leather, for example) with you to cover up. Mid-calf boots will work fabulously even as temperatures rise into the mid-80s. We love the idea of a prairie dress to make your way through the little towns or skinny jeans with a long tunic sweater and vest.
by Renae Virata | The weather is typical of the desert, making a visit to this scenic route an exciting summer adventure. Temps during the day reach well into the 90s (F) while nighttime temps can go as low as the mid-50s. Smart packing requires thin layers and a medium-weight jacket for night.
Arizona in general has a more casual vibe to its general style, so no need to go overboard! Cowboy boots are a staple wherever you go and no matter the temp while a light leather or denim jacket will keep you covered when the thermometer goes down.