Essentials for the New Year
Cavender’s is here to celebrate you in a new year no matter your style. Whether you’re punchy, country or love getting dolled up we have all your new looks going into 2022! With the holidays over and spring events on the horizon take these 3 simple steps to kick start your year and put your best boot forward.
- Work With Your Classics
Chances are you may have some staple pieces in your closet already. Quality is key. The great thing about western fashion is that classics are the true grit. Trends come and go but the essentials are forever. Pair your classic pieces like Wrangler denim, a felt hat, pearl snaps with a high quality leather belt. Then, update your closet with classics like some new patterned shirts and a fresh pair of boots.
- Refresh Your Wardrobe
Cavender’s has many on-trend and essential wardrobe pieces to add to your closet. Whether you’re looking to splurge or stay within budget, check out our jeans, boots, hats, and belts. While shirts and outerwear can be seasonal or stylish, there are just some things that you can wear day in and day out that never get old. See which essential items in your closet need a little refresh. Don’t forget to plan for all the spring rodeo events coming up. It’s the perfect time to get ready to show off a bit!
- Make it Your Own
No two people have ever worn the exact same outfit from head to toe. Have fun this year and have the confidence to show off your style and even step out of your comfort zone. It’s time to purchase that top you’ve had your eyes on or maybe those colorful glitter inlay boots. Either way, one of our store associates would be happy to help you style your next outfit and look great in this new year.
Speaking of being the best version of ourselves, Cavender’s is here to remind you of our house brand, JRC & Sons Bootmakers quality leather products. JRC & Sons is a brand with the same great Cavender’s brand value: quality, craftsmanship and top value for your dollar.
Today and throughout the year, the Cavender family reminds you, “We are a family that is tied to the ranching industry and working cattle ranches.”
Until next time, remember… We live this.