Tuesday, May 10, 2011
calling all Cowboy Wannabees
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Under 50 bought
A favorite of many famous folks, Wild Bill's has been completing Western wardrobes from hatted head to booted toe for more than 40 years. Wild Bill’s offers apparel for men and women, denimizing dudes in Wrangler jeans ($39.99) and wrapping lasses in Texan pride with a Ruddock button-down flag shirt ($49.99). Cotton chaps are supported by a selection of eye-catching belt buckles ($12.99–$19.99), and a Charlie 1 Horse Tulum hat ($39.99), made of brown distressed raffia with a turquoise chip band, boasts a crown with a pinch deep enough to stash a tinier hat. The shop also carries gifts and accessories, such as the cameo wine-bottle stoppers ($15.99), which prevent dud desecration by scaring off rival grape guzzlers.
The deal is on! Tipped at 9:36AM with 15 bought
The Fine Print
Expires Sep 11, 2011
Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Not valid for sale items.
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•Western apparel & gifts for men, women & children
•Handmade custom boots
•Wrangler, Stetson & Resistol
The original American ranchers switched from powdered wigs to cowboy hats after spooking the horses, which mistook their toupees for ghost hay. Celebrate functional fashion with today’s Groupon to Wild Bill’s Western Store on North Market Street. Choose between the following options:
•For $25, you get $50 worth of Western-themed apparel and gifts.
•For $50, you get $100 toward custom boots.
With the second option, dirtkickers remain distinctive with a pair of custom boots ($469+), handmade to measure with a steel arch for support and comfort. Dictate each detail, including material, color, stitch pattern, scallops, toes, heels, wingtip or foxing, inlay or cords, and additional personalization, such as initials, insignias, or memorial portraits of recently deceased boots.