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The Call of Fall

Western-inspired fashion for the new season



 



Farewell to another summer - and hello to the rich, vibrant variety of possibilities for fall. This time of year never fails to spark our sense of adventure and exploration, so country roads and sunsets serve as our inspiration at a time when we're seeing more back-to-nature looks, western wear and accessories. kick up your heels in Santa Fe style, as Mother Nature shifts the seasons and cooler temperatures beckon.
 


► Special thanks to hosts Elizabeth and Lance Miller, models Lenny Lamprecht with Brink Model Management and Ekoh Palmoa Pearl, hair and makeup stylist Malorie Avaline with Beauty Unveiled, Rawhide Ranch Co., Mode Boutique, The Museum Store at The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and Mitzy’s Purses and More.
 



(above) Warm Me Up lace-front sweater, Free People busted knee skinny jean and Hayworth hat by Amuse Society, all from Mode.
 


 

 



(above) Pendleton Chief Joseph saddle mountain coat and Pendleton starburst striped cardigan, both from the Museum Store at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
 


 

 



(left) Handmade lace top and Canyon Valley French fringe skirt from Rawhide; Sleeping Beauty cuff, Christina Greene gold Southwestern pendant and Colorado horsehair tassel necklace, all from the Museum Store at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum 

(right) Floral bell sleeve top and mini Aspen skirt, both from Rawhide; authentic Louis Vuitton monogram Spontini from Mitzy’s Purses and More
 


 

 



(above) Floral embroidered dress from Rawhide; The Perfect Angels trim hat from Mode; Navajo pearl and chunky turquoise necklace from the Museum Store at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. // Cold shoulder rose romper in wine from Mode; Scully leather fringe vest, Navajo pearl and turquoise Naja pendant and turquoise stud earrings all from the Museum Store at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
 


 

 



(left) Embroidered Mabel top and Crystal Canyon pleated skirt from Rawhide; Navajo pearl with turquoise Naja pendant and Adam Fierro Kingman turquoise necklace from the Museum Store at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

(right) Sueded lambskin top and Raton Pass concho belt from Rawhide; Free People Modern Femme vegan black leather skirt from Mode; turquoise and silver Naja necklace, chunky turquoise necklace and Royston turquoise flower cuff from the Museum Store at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
 


 

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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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Telephone: 405.236.3100
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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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Cost: $15 (free for kids 6 and under)

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Exchange Landing
1503 Exchange Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73109
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A slice of American (and Oklahoman) history retakes the spotlight in this exhibition of works created under the New Deal's Federal Art Project.

Where:
OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch
OKC, OK  73102
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