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More Dresses! Featuring Medicine Horse Program

Who doesn’t love a new fall wardrobe? This month we continue to feature our new dress line, with 8 new dresses, just in time for the cooler season.


You all know how much we love horses at West Coast Cowgirl. We chose the Horse Medicine Program in Boulder, CO, for this second dress shoot. Medicine Horse Program enhances the mental health and life skills of youth, adults, and families by providing group and individual therapy sessions that focus on healing. We love their passion about what they do!


With Kathy in this picture are Chris and Tabitha, 2 dedicated staff members of Medicine Horse. We want to thank them for allowing us to use this facility to debut our new dress line. You can thank them as well by visiting their website at www.medicinehorse.org.


The dresses! Oh how we love our new dress line. The best part about it is there’s a style and color for everyone. Let’s begin. :)


https://westcoastcg.com/collections/dresses/products/welara-dress?variant=50671260948The Welara Dress is a beautiful paisley with a mix of blues, aquas, and pinks, and a highlight of caramel color throughout. As you can see it pairs beautifully with our Totsi Jewelry Set. You can also add the Artemis bracelet to bring out the aqua tones in this long flowy dress.


The next piece is our Noma Dress, a very simple yet sophisticated style that can be dressed down or dressed up, depending on the occasion. I’m wearing the Aeris Concho Choker, full of filigree detail and round silver accents - a perfect accessory for this delicate piece.

One of our longer dresses in this series is our Galician Dress. Although long and narrow it leaves plenty of room to enjoy a day out with your friends or a walk with your family through the park. This piece offers the perfect backdrop to our Shadow of Moonlight Squash Blossom Necklace or the Anjeni Choker. It also looks elegant with the Sundance Crystal Bracelet, which comes in your choice of colored crystals.


The Eriskay Dress is certainly to become a favorite. Pair this with gray or black leggings and your favorite boots, and you are ready to begin your day. Add a pop of color with the Cowgirl Love Cross Necklace or keep it subtle with the New Friends Layered Necklace, in your choice of silver or gold.


The Choctaw Dress is perfect for date night with your significant other, or a night out with friends. With hues of red, blue, caramel, and charcoal grey, our Quidam Bracelet, in either turquoise or red, will be a fun accessory. Couple this with the Taima Ring and you have a complete outfit.


The Sumba Dress is another style that will look great with a pair of leggings and your favorite boots. This dress boasts deep colors like chocolate brown, gold, and magenta. Add our Happenstance Hoop Earrings in gold, and for an even fancier touch, our Prisha Feather Headband.

The playful yet elegant dress, the Basque, displays bright pink and yellow flowers with hints of green, gold, and blue. Our beautiful luminous shell dangles, the Tyra Earrings, will look elegant against this bright colorful outfit. Wear one or stack a few of our Kelso Bracelet Bangles.


And last but certainly not least, the Azteca Dress is perfect to display your most brilliant and unique pieces. Our Summer Eclipse Necklace or Walking Thunder Necklace will most certainly stand out against the backdrop of this dark mocha style. You can also dress up this piece with the Redmond Beaded Cuff Bracelet, which is available in 13 varied colors.


We would like to personally thank the staff and volunteers at Medicine Horse for being such gracious hosts during our photo shoot. I’m honored to be able to collaborate with such a wonderful organization.

Be sure to visit Medicine Horse to find out more about how they support people from many populations and with varied needs through their unique equine-assisted experiences.


Don’t forget to check out the rest of our dress line as well. Visit the Dress Shop here at West Coast Cowgirl.


October 02, 2017 by Kathy Stenberg