Thursday, June 24, 2010
As I’ve said many times before I’m from Arkansas, but what you may not know is that I’m from a very small country town where we still have mainly dirt roads and to tell you the truth I wouldn’t have it any other way! And I like my clothing style the same laid back country feel so you will be able to see why I love my new Ladies Rodeo Bucking Horse Tee !Now if you read my previous review and giveaway I told you about a company called Wild Texas Wear and you can read my review on their Ladies Cupid Shorts HERE! For those of you not familiar with Wild Texas Wear here is a little background information:
About Wild Texas Wear (Taken From Website):
Wild Texas Wear is proudly located in Fort Worth, Texas.
Fort Worth is "Where the West Begins." Close your eyes and see the spirits of Butch and Sundance, Charles Goodnight, Chief Quanah Parker and nameless cowboys and cowgirls that tamed the Texas Frontier. Open your eyes and see ranchers, oil workers, big city people and small town folks living the Texas dream.
In developing the idea of a line of Texas inspired apparel, we thought of this quote: “Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession. Above all, Texas is a nation in every sense of the word”
- John Steinbeck
See our line of Texas inspired clothing. Our clothing is designed by Texans for Texans, and for all those who want to be a Texan.
Wild Texas Wear, one foot in the old west and one foot in today's beautiful Texas.
Be with Wild Texas Wear and celebrate our TEXAS!
I was sent the Ladies Rodeo Bucking Horse Tee in pink to review. This is actually one of my favorite tees that I have in my closet right now! It’s super comfortable, light weight and very breathable. I like my tees to be loose fitting and this one fits everything I love into one tee! I love the adorable bucking horse on the front of this tee and for me it’s kind of a part of my childhood I remember going to rodeos all the time as a teen with my girlfriends!! I have to say that this tee would be perfect for any time of day, any place in the world no matter where you live or where you were born!
I’ve worn this shirt several times now and I usually pair it with the Ladies Cupid Shorts that I also received for review (read the review HERE) and it is a cute, simple and comfortable outfit and I love to wear it out to the park, fishing or any time we are going someplace relaxed! I’ve put this shirt thru the wash and dry process several times and I’m happy to report that it’s still in the same shape as I received it in no rips, loose seams or shrinkage so I have to give this tee a thumbs up and will continue to enjoy it for a long time!
My overall opinion of this shirt is very high and I highly recommend Wild Texas Wear to anyone no matter where you live or where your from! Trust me you wont be disappointed in this super cute shirt or any other item you purchase from Wild Texas Wear! I can sum it up in three words: Style, Comfort and Affordable!
To purchase this shirt for yourself visit their website!
Brian from Wild Texas Wear has offered one of my readers a Ladies Rodeo Bucking Horse Tee in pink.
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1. Become a public follower of my blog (current follower count too)
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4. Blog about this giveaway with a link to this post and to Wild Texas Wear be sure to leave me a link (5 extra)
Giveaway ends July 07, 2010 @ midnight CST. Winner will be chosen at random, using random.org and contacted by e-mail and has 48 hrs to respond before a new winner is chosen.
This review is based strictly my opinion. Others may have a different opinion with the product listed above. I did receive the shirt mentioned above complementary for this review. No monetary compensation was received.
Posted by Stephanie Grant at 8:11 PM