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Cowboy Flair: Jewelry to Complete Your Stampede Outfit

Sometimes the perfect outfit falls short without the right accessories. Cowboy hat, check. Boots, check. Necklace, missing.

Look no further than local jewelry company Cinder & Sage for all your Calgary Stampede accessory needs. You may recognize company owner Lindsay from Market Collective, that is if you could get anywhere near her booth. Always a main attraction, Lindsay is bringing you a few Stampede styles that will last long after you’ve put your boots away for the season.



Commemorative Alberta Flood Relief Necklace
Cinder & Sage owner Lindsay designed these necklaces shortly after the 2013 Alberta floods. The horseshoe & steer, and boots & hat pendants mixed with love are a little way to keep Alberta close to your heart, while stylishly wrapped around your neck.

Last year during the flood, Cinder & Sage raised over $43,000 to the Canadian Red Cross Alberta Floods Fund from the sales of these necklaces. Again this year, $20 from each necklace goes to the Canadian Red Cross to aid in the ongoing flood relief in Southern Alberta.



“8 Seconds” Pin
The rodeo is my favourite event of the Calgary Stampede (unless you consider walk-of-shame watching an event. If so, it’s that). I’ve never witnessed seconds pass as slowly as they do when watching a bronco or bull rider strap in and try to hold on until the buzzer. Add that drama to your outfit: No bucking bronco is going to stop this cowboy; he’s holding on for the whole ride. This piece is great for men, women, or children – pin it on your shirt, dress, hat or bag.



“Lucky Linds” Horseshoe Necklace
Wear your luck around your neck with this piece. A stunning addition to your rodeo or chuck wagon attire, or maybe even to catch the eye of that cute cowboy in the corner of Nashville North.

Perfect pieces in time for your next visit to the Cowboys Tent.

Laura Bridgman
Laura Bridgman
A Toronto gal still breaking in her cowboy boots, Laura is a writer, editor, talker, and all-around firecracker.