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100 Years of Western Wearby Tyler Beard
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From Nashville to New York City, western wear has endured and continues to ride the trail through all arenas of the fashion world. Tyler Beard examines how function inspired cowboys, cowgirls, and their little buckaroos and buckarettes wore out West and East from 1890 to the 1990s.
In 125 dazzling color photographs, 45 black-and-white pictures, and lively commentary, 100 Years of Western Wear shows the best of men's, women's and children's:
Book News Annotation:
Authentic artificiality. Little working wear here--except for the cowboy that works the saloon, the TV, the dance hall. Garish embellishment. This is popular culture at its crassest.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
See The Best of Men's, Women's, and Children's Hats, Chaps, Cuffs, Spurs, Jewelry, Ties, Suits, Embroidered Shirts, Work Wear, Stage Wear, Rodeo Wear, Belts, Boots and Rhinestone Suits. From Sears and Roebuck Mail-Order Catalogs To Ralph Lauren and Madison Avenue, This Book Examines How Function Inspired What Cowboys and Cowgirls Wore Out West and East From 1890 To The 1990's
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