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Cowgirl Attire – The Perfect Blend Of The Rough With The Smooth

Author : Felix Lehmann

Submitted : 2010-03-03 13:30:57    Word Count : 544    Popularity:   43

Tags:   cowgirl, cowgirl attire, jeans, country music, boots

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The word cowgirl brings to mind pictures of lowing cattle, galloping horses, green grass golden sunshine, camp fires, nature at its unadulterated best and energetic smart girls in traditional jeans and checked shirts. The various items of cowgirl attire grew out of practical requirements to handle the environment they worked in. Every cowgirl traditionally wore a hat, bandana, boots, chaps, jeans and gloves.

Hat: high crowned hat with a wide brim to protect from the harsh sun and overhanging brush and creepers.

Bandanna – a large cotton handkerchief worn around the neck and served a myriad of uses from mopping up sweat to covering the face to protect it from dust that was bound to fly around when horses galloped or when strong winds blowed.

Boots –traditional boots had hightops, pointed toes and high heels. The high tops protected the lower legs, the pointed toes help to guide the foot into the stirrup and the high heels prevented the foot from slipping through the stirrup.

Chaps chinks to protect the riders legs especially while riding through heavy brush or while doing rough work especially involving livestock.

Jeans – close fitting trousers made of denim designed in such a way that the trouser legs do not sag. This is to prevent them from getting caught on brush or barbed wire or any other equipment. These jeans also had a lining to prevent itching and rubbing against the thigh. Sometimes trousers made of canvas were also used.

Gloves – made of flexible, soft and yet durable materials like deerskin to protect the hands while working with tools and barbed wire and while trying to clear away the brush.

Today of course cowgirl attire has become a fashion statement. Alongside the traditional clothes, there are accessories and jewelry to match the rugged, tough look. Cowgirl attire is a common theme for fancy dress parties and Halloween. It is also not very difficult or expensive to put together a cowgirl costume. Creative variations can be made in the attire. For example instead of a cotton bandana a silk neck scarf can be worn, the belt can be more ornamental than functional, etc.

You can find stunning cowgirl attired in fashion shows or in song sequences in the movies. There are people who still move out with this clothing and it is something which cannot be avoided. The dress has its own elegance and is something which adds to the beauty with a perfect look created with the best accessories along with it.

So the next time your little girl wants to have a birthday bash try out a western country theme and watch her spirits soar to the skies even as you plan it out. Watch her eyes sparkle as you put together her little cowgirl attire. Add a splash of originality if you can by picking up your guitar and strumming a couple of country numbers that everyone can sing along to – if you can’t then just settle for recorded country music. You can be sure of putting to bed that night, one ecstatic, excited, cowgirl whose dreams have come true!!

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