Sunday, May 01, 2011

BUFFALO GIRL LOOKBOOK | COMANCHE EAGLE WOMAN
















Buffalo Girl is definitely one fashion label to have your eye on! Having spotted many ever-so- tempting pieces on Oracle Fox blog, I thought I'd shed some much deserved light on this goldmine of ethnic, Native American inspired beauty. Founded, operated and designed by Terry Cronin who grew up riding horses and dreaming about being in the Wild West, her work is a reflection if not a transcendence of the wild, free spirited culture of the American Plains and Wild West scenes. Here is a selection of images from Buffalo Girl's latest look book titled Comanche Eagle Woman.

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Buffalo Girl's range includes beautiful one-off, hand-carved leather bags, vests, belts and head pieces, while her much anticipated clothing range Senorita Bandita by Buffalo Girl is a collection of flirty, flowy pieces with her signature Buffalo Girl embellishments.

Buffalo Girl accessories are individually designed, hand carved, hand-dyed and produced by Terry in Byron Bay.

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10 comments :

  1. Wow, these looks are so fierce, yet so raw! I love the satchels. Great job!

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  2. Amazing styling these shots are great. Feathered head piece is beautiful!

    Ash x

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  3. Wow they have some really fabulous pieces! Thanks for sharing!

    I hope you have a fabulous Sunday!!

    Sar xx

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  4. wow that is so interesting! i absolutely love it! the bags are incredible.


    xx
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  5. wow!! awesome pictures!! I really love all the details, the locations, that girl... FABULOUS!

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    xx

    sBt

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  6. Stunning pictures! x

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    Ginger Ecstasy

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  7. I absolutely adore the girls over at Spell,
    they have so many amazing pieces!

    Love your blog!

    <3 Olivia

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  8. For a moment while I was reading your article I struck to me that I always thought about this thing. But could not put it into words! How you do this is marvelous.

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  9. Thanks for the amazing post x

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