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A Cowgirl’s Hat

My New Cowgirl HatI grew up Riding horses.  Raised on a ranch, working cattle, living to be horseback, loving the country life…I was a Cowgirl if ever there was one.  But I’ve often said that I never really looked like the stereotypical cowgirl—no fringed leather, no turquoise-and-silver jewelry, no wild rag around my neck, and no hat.  For me, it was more about the Horse than what I was wearing, and I’ve never felt that the horses minded if I looked the part or not.  But I finally got a hat!

I picked out a cowgirl hat on  There were quite a few to choose from, and since I’m a novice at hat-wearing, I wasn’t sure what kind of hat I’d look good in.  But I really liked the Charlie 1 Horse hats—they were different; they had a wider brim and an authentic cowgirl look.  I decided on the Bandito B straw Cowboy Hat, and wore it when visiting my folks out in Idaho.

I remember when I was a teenager, I borrowed an old floppy brown felt hat from my dad.  I wore it when horseback riding on rainy days, and the only thing I liked about it was the fact that it fit so tightly I didn’t have to worry about it falling off.  When I would get home and take it off, I’d have a red stripe across my forehead and a headache.  But it kept the rain off!

Here are some pictures of me and my new hat.  I’m really happy with it, and have gotten a lot of compliments from experienced hat-wearing friends.  Now I’m just trying to talk my husband into buying a cowboy hat!

Me and My Cowgirl Hat

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