put on their cowboy boots and bolo ties
last week in honor of The Birches' third annual "Wild West Week.
It's the time of year again in the island-province of Masbate when donning western-style cowboy and cowgirl fashion of plaid shirts, corduroy and denim pants, boots, hats, exquisite belt buckles, bandanas, chaps, spurs on boots and bolo ties
are a must attire.
generally have solidly bead-wrapped cords featuring alternating bands of color along their length, as shown in Fig.
He illustrates the variations in their pieces, their styles, and materials, and shows color photos of pins, bracelets, bolo ties
, and other ornaments.
It also includes brief discussion of other productions, like spoons and bolo ties
There were tuxes, bolo ties
, shined cowboy boots, immaculate Stetsons, black dresses, and surprisingly, plenty of plunging necklines (on the women, not the men).
Kerchiefs have more swagger than bolo ties
," say the owners.
Local "rockhounds" gather the flint from private land and fashion everything from earrings to bolo ties
I thought these people were annihilated, that they'd died of smallpox or were moved," said Kimberly Harris, expressing a common sentiment, as she watched a parade of dancers in fringed buckskin, turkey feathers, porcupine headdresses, beaded bolo ties
, breastplates of bone and necklaces of cowry shells and seeds.
In his spare time, Blauser enjoyed lapidary, searching beaches or the High Desert for stones that he crafted into rings, brooches, necklaces, belt buckles and bolo ties
Weil pioneered the look of Western wear and introduced the first bolo ties