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In an interview with TIME Magazine, Willie Nelson answered the question, “What does it mean to be American?” with, "America, to me, is freedom." While this freedom began 242 years ago in 1776, we still celebrate July 4th in 2018 as a time to remember, relax, gather together in the sunshine and so much more. The 4th of July represents everything Stages West values— family, faith and country.
While Independence Day is about far more than fashion, we want our Stages West family to celebrate their freedom in style— that’s why we’ve launched our Red, White, & Boots sale! Below are some highlights from the sale that we think will help you no matter how you’re observing the holiday, whether you’re barbecuing with friends and family or planning to catch some fireworks.
Corral Women's Studded & Woven Harness Ankle Boot in Brown ($160.99)
First up, these trendy Corral ankle boots are snazzy enough to be the focal point of your entire outfit.
Ariat Youth Relentless Elite Cowboy Boot- Tan Oiled Gaucho/Arena Red ($94.95)
Your young cowboy will look dashing in these simple yet bold Ariat boots.
Tri Star Men's Wide Square Toe Horseman Coco Argentino Print Cowboy Boot - Tan ($219.99)
These Tri Star boots are fashionable and uncomplicated, making them a foolproof addition to your closet for any occasion, especially Independence Day.
Ariat Women's Quickdraw Venttek Cowgirl Boot- Tan/Turquoise ($189.95)
Donning these polished Ariat boots is the perfect way to show off your personal style in a trendy yet classic way.
Circle G Women's Round Toe Fringe & Studs Ankle Boot- Brown ($101.49)
The fringe on these Circle G ankle boots makes them a flawless accessory to your chic 4th of July outfit.
Happy 4th of July, from your Stages West family!
Whether you’re living or longing for the Western way of life, we’re here to guide your apparel and boot fashion trends along this quest. Our passion for cowboy couture & more is meant to inspire and inform, and we wish you happy reading (or happy riding, if that’s the case).