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Women's Western Shawls / Ponchos / Capes

Western Wear Shawls is a great piece of western wear to add to your Western Skirts and Western Blouses.  No Western Outfit is complete with out an elegant or casual shawl. We make the shawls to match our western Wedding outfits or for a Formal Western Wear, Special Occasion or just a casual western wear piece.  Shawls come in variety of lengths with short or long fringe.  It is made in Denim, ultra suede, suede or leather.  We also make the shawls for Plus Size women.  In our collection you will find western shawls in animal prints with beads and conchos.  Our shawls are used for western show cloths and western show apparel.
Western Women Shawls are referred to as Wrap, Stole, Scarf and of course Shawl.  Western Women Shawls are mostly used for decorative purposes. Shawls for Dresses are used to cover bare shoulders mostly in formal Western Wear. Western Women Shawls are both decorative and practical. Shawls are also made of Leather and Suede decorated with concho and studs.  One of a kind Shawls are handmade embellished with rare beads and findings. Some of the shawls are embellished with beads and sequined laces with fringe for a more dramatic effect. Western Wear Shawls are different than the ordinary shawls in a way that they are mostly cut in a triangle and have leather or suede fringe or for a more formal event have sequined and beaded fringes.  The fringes can be short or Long.  There are shawls for Dresses referred to as One Size but just bear in mind that a Plus Size woman cannot wear something that fits a much smaller size! therefore, one size does not make much sense unless it is not a constructed style such as hand knitted shawls. In General Shawls for Dresses are a highly versatile and practical addition to anyone's wardrobe.


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