There’s something special about silver in the fall.
The bright designs look vibrant and light against rich fall colors while evoking the shimmer of quaking aspen and crisp autumn rains.
This is an especially apt season to enjoy Western silver. We’re seeing so many interesting Western trends emerging in high fashion. It’s the perfect time to experiment with authentic pieces and express your roots.
Style your bolo with a classic collared shirt—buttoned to the top rockabilly-style or loose for relaxed Southwestern flair—or in place of a necklace over a dress to add a cowgirl touch to your work week or night out.
Guys, replace your regular tie with a bolo for a polished suit choice exuding confidence.
Less can be more with a classic sterling silver cuff. Simple and refined, The Blair Cuff is simultaneously the perfect layering piece and iconic as a stand-alone bracelet.
Some occasions call for showcasing your standout style. Six unique, hand engraved sterling crosses set on oxidized backgrounds adorn the classically beautiful Crossroads Concho Bracelet. Dress this bracelet up for a night out on the town or as part of your everyday style.
Adding a money clip to the cash in your suit or jeans pocket makes for a stylish yet simple statement. Dress to impress by paying attention to the little details, like a solid sterling silver, hand-engraved money clip from Vogt Silversmiths.
Pick a design that speaks to your spirit and it will become your trademark. This is a simple way for men to incorporate the Western trend into their daily look for a style choice that is unforgettably original.
Beads made of sterling silver, strands of Navajo Pearls are the perfect addition to a chunky necklace stack or a Western take on the classic standalone strand of pearls.
No Western-loving woman’s jewelry box is complete without our classic strand of Navajo Pearls. Choose between a petite 16” strand or a classic 18” strand, both strung on a strong silver chain.
The Navajo Pearl Jinete was inspired by Mexican horseman tradition. A sterling silver and 14 karat gold fill hand-engraved concho is framed by an 18” strand of 6 mm pearls on a sturdy sterling silver chain.