Rodeo Style 101: Where You Need to Shop in Houston

Three weeks of livestock shows, concerts from various genres, including country, Tejano and rock, mixed with a carnival and all the BBQ you can ever imagine means only one thing: it’s time for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo! With a week behind us, there’s still two weeks to enjoy the fun in style. Who says you can’t look good while eating fried food with more on the side?!

Keep reading as we explore rodeo trends and where you can shop them in Houston.

Rodeo Trends

  1. Denim on denim
  2. Embroidered denim
  3. Fringe
  4. Statement jewelry featuring turquoise and coral
  5. Squash blossom necklaces
  6. Leather
  7. Bolo ties
  8. Bell bottoms
  9. Concho belts
  10. Sequin dusters
  11. Floral dusters and kimonos
  12. Handkerchiefs and bandanas
  13. Tassels and pom poms
  14. Suede vests
  15. Off the shoulder blouses
  16. Plaid button downs

Where to Shop in Houston:

Cavender’s – Boots, boots and more boots! They also sell hats, clothing and accessories for both men and women.

Boot Barn – From hats to button downs and jeans, Boot Barn has everything you need to complete your rodeo look.

Pinto Ranch – Located in the Galleria area and in IAH, Pinto Ranch is a fine western wear store.

Lucchese – Shop high-end boots and leather at this Highland Village boutique.

King Ranch Saddle Shop – “Built for Ranching,” King Ranch Saddle Shop is your one-stop shop for “ranch classics,” including boots, leather boot bags, handmade cutlery and various leather travel bags.

Donald J. Pliner – UHM, how amazing are these GIORGI western booties?! Made from calf leather, python print straps and vintage buckles, these booties will definitely fit in your closet well after rodeo season.

Marlo Miller Boutique – With new rodeo arrivals in-store, Marlo Miller Boutique is conveniently located near Memorial City Mall, and carries women’s denim, fringe, accessories, boots and so much more.

Kennimer Trading Co. – A husband + wife team, Bonnie Kennimer designs and makes clothes while her husband, Ben makes the hats.

Burlap Ranch Mercantile – This Tomball, TX boutique loves supporting the HLSR. If you’re a Gold Badge holder, present it while shopping, and get 10% off your entire purchase.

Vida Antigua Collective – This Heights vintage store has 70s floral pearl snap button downs, brooches, denim vests and cowboy boots.

Abejas Boutique – This local boutique is rodeo ready for you, Houston shoppers! From concho belts, flirty ruffle blouses and Golden Goose boots, Abejas can dress you from head-to-toe.

The Hat Store – Family-owned custom hats for men and women. The Hat Store fits and hand shapes quality western cowboy hats from American Hat Company, Bailey, Stetson, Milano and Resistol hats. They have fit and hand-shaped western felt hats for the late President George H. Bush, Lyle Lovett, Clint Black, Craig Biggio and many more.

J. Landa – Looking for a one-of-a-kind necklace or bracelet? Shop J.Landa in Rice Village, where turquoise is available year-round!

Christina Greene – Shop local from Christina Greene. The jewelry brand just launched a new collection and has a booth at NRG Center.

Tootsies – Shop the best in couture and ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, handbags, jewelry and other accessories. A few of our favorite fringe pieces include a black suede jacket from Mother Denim and a GANNI denim button down with fringe accents.

Oh, and if you want a last minute look, shop at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo until Sunday, March 17!