Shopping has long been a love of mine. Due to the pandemic, shopping trips have been extremely minimal over the last year and a half or so. In fact, I can count on one hand the number of times that I have been able to do a bit of retail therapy. On the plus side? I can add one more shopping trip to that list. Recently, my family and I went to a cottage just outside of Bobcaygeon for a week. We went into town twice during that time - once to look around and once to return to a particular store. The name of that store? Kicking Cowgirl Designs. It was love at first browse. The first time that my mom and I went into the store, we didn't even look at everything that was there because I wanted it all. This post is dedicated to my new favourite store (which is thankfully too far away for me to visit on a regular basis) and the items that came home with me from Kicking Cowgirl Designs.
Trip Number Two: Long-Sleeved Shirts. Okay...we went back. On our last full day, we made a quick stop at Kicking Cowgirl Designs to take one last look around. (Like I said, obsessed with everything.) Though there was a lot to choose from and I was having difficulty narrowing down my options, I ended up with two long-sleeved shirts. The first is a red shirt with an off-the-shoulder cut and a golden-yellow design on the front. It is really fun and would be perfect to wear out and about! It was $75. (Ack!) The second shirt called my name because of that classic print on the sleeves paired with the bright pink t-shirt material and the bright blue logo on the front. It was such a unique combination of colours and prints. It cost $55, which is a lot, but I love the shirt because it is really comfortable to wear but also makes a statement.
Needless to say, my visits to the Kicking Cowgirl Designs store were a total success. There was so much more that I wanted to take home with me....but my bank account said otherwise! Maybe one day I will be able to visit the store again. Until then, I will be enjoying these colourful, fun, country-inspired pieces day after day.
What do you think of these items? Are you a fan of country music or country-inspired style?