Get Rodeo Ready at These Cool Apparel Pop-ups, Y’all!

Get Rodeo Ready at These Cool Apparel Pop-ups, Y’all!

Lucchese pops up in conjunction with the Rodeo Smoke Show at Truth BBQ.

THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK SHOW and Rodeo is right around the corner, and wearing chic western threads is a big part of the tradition. Lasso the look at these retail pop-ups — and wrangle up a little fun while on the hunt.

Miron Crosby Trunk Shows

Miron Crosby's Sophie boot

Join Miron Crosby Feb. 21 (4-8 pm) and Feb. 22 (10am-6pm) at its River Oaks shop for a rodeo celebration featuring trunk shows from some of MC’s favorite brands. Miron Crosby will be hosting La Vie Style House and Shiprock Santa Fe. Explore La Vie Style House’s one-size-fits all caftans and discover Shiprock Santa Fe’s captivating collection of historic and contemporary Native American artwork. Additionally featured will be Olympia Le Tan on consignment. Mark your calendars for March 8-10 (10am-6pm), as Lady Lancaster joins Miron Crosby with her unique denim and quilted clothing collection.

Kemo Sabe at Nan & Company

Kemo Sabe

Beginning Thursday, Feb. 22, through March 3, luxury real estate firm Nan and Company Properties in the Heights is hosting a pop-up fashion shop showcasing Kemo Sabe high-end western wear for men and women. The grand-opening VIP event is this Friday, Feb. 23, 4-7 pm — enjoy cocktails, light bites and live music. This collaboration and event are where luxury fashion meets home.

Tecovas Rice Village


Thursday, Feb. 22 (6-8pm), stylish Houstonian Lyndsey Zorich of The Avenue will join Tecovas for a hoedown and shopping fun including the unveiling of the new Tecovas rodeo collection. Up your rodeo style with curated looks by Lyndsey Zorich, along with live music, line dancing, and Pendleton Whiskey. Shop new styles, Tecovas boots, and score raffle tickets for RodeoHouston.

Rodeo Smoke Show at Truth BBQ

Lucchese at Truth BBQ

This Saturday, Feb. 24, 6 pm, Truth BBQ will host the Garden & Gun Rodeo Smoke Show, a lively evening of bourbon, mouthwatering barbecue, and artisan wares by top names in Western goods. The collaboration with Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, Lucchese Bootmaker, andGarden & Gun , not only brings Texas smoked meats, unconventional sides and decadent desserts, but quality cocktails and live country music. Kick back in an exclusive lounge provided by Lucchese Bootmaker, where the artful, quality boots are available for purchase.

Shop until you drop at Texas-based Chap’s Choppin’ Tops, Hibiscus Linens, Kemo Sabe, Laura Goodson Art, Leather and Vodka, Modern Marla, and Richter Goods. Dance the night away to Palmer Anthony a Fort Worth, Texas-based singer-songwriter with a Red Dirt flare, and The Ransom Brothers, hailing from Austin, Texas, and epitomizing the spirit of Southern country rock. Tickets ($85) can be purchased here.

Four Seasons' Kemo Sabe Pop-Up

Kemo Sabe pops up with handmade sterling treasures at the Four Seasons.

Downtown’s Four Seasons Hotel will be home to the Kemo Sabe retail pop-up during the Houston Livestock and Rodeo championship week, March 12-17 (10am-6pm). The renowned maker of custom Western-inspired luxury boots, hats, belt buckles and accessories will stage a mini outpost in the hotel’s expansive lobby. Come primed to shop for Texas-crafted Kemo Sabe Grit hats, Grit boots, and handmade buckles with customizing available for each. Other popular Kemo Sabe finds include vintage jewelry, belts, western apparel, knives, leather goods and more. Let the Kemo Sabe team work with you to craft a custom piece!

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