Monday, August 18, 2014

Buckaroogirl at the Wrangler NFR!



Hello Everyone!

This year the Wrangler NFR is again having it's National Anthem contest....

And I am finally entering!

This would be such an amazing experience and so much fun to be able to represent the working cowboys in Vegas....

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Lets go to the Wrangler NFR!






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~Adrian <3

Outfit of the day!

Today's outfit of the day!

The brand new Ranch Royalty "Cayce" jeans with red stitching (my favorite yet) 

Sissie and Me cuff, earrings, necklace and "Honky Tonk Girl" bracelet...

Ranch Royalty long sleeve T, new favorite!

Holy Cow Couture custom bag

Louis Vuitton wallet & RayBan Wayfarers

Corral Boots! 


~Adrian ��


Sunday, August 17, 2014

Sunday Morning Coming Down....

I love Sundays....

They are my favorite. 

Not because I get to stop working (No, I never do) but because for one day out of the week, no matter how crazy the world gets or how "rebellious" everyone is - Sunday is something different.

People slow down a little bit more...shops close, and it is an unspoken rule that everyone is calmer and easier on a Sunday.

Even if they have no "religious" reason to be taking it easy, it is unspoken that they must.


Whenever I think of Sundays I think of messy trucks and cold coffee. 

I know that sounds weird, but some of my favorite memories of Sundays are driving home (rushing) from rodeos or bronc rides in my messy pick-up, old country blaring on the radio and the windows down. I had probably over the course of the weekend torn up or gotten filthy all my long sleeved shirts, and was wearing the one T-shirt I would bring, with messy hair and probably no make-up but lipstick. 

And I loved that free, tired feeling of the calm before the next week started...

I still do. 

This Sunday has been beautiful and lazy for me (ok semi lazy).

I've had numerous cups of coffee, read in the sunshine and have been preparing business for the rush of insanity starting on Monday-and then.... *SHUDDER* the start of my classes on Tuesday for the fall semester.

How did school start so soon again anyway?! I just finished up with my summer class here people! 

I hope you all have a lovely summer Sunday, enjoy one another. 

Call a family member you haven't spoken to in a while, take time to read that book you have been meaning to - breathe, and praise The Lord for Sundays. 



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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Outfit of the day! Ranch Royalty & Louis Vuitton

I love love love getting big boxes of goodies from my amazing clothing sponsors

Ranch Royalty Clothing Co...

It's always easy to create fun outfits and put together comfortable with their awesome clothing....

I kinda have my own style (If you hadn't noticed already) and Ranch Royalty lets me have fun and let my freak flag fly everyday, whether I'm in the branding pen, heading to class or sitting in church...

Check out today's outfit of the day! 

  • Jeans: Ranch Royalty NEW Cayce Jeans
  • TShirt: Sissie & Me
  • Lace Tank Top: Cotton On
  • Concho Belt: Sissie & Me
  • Indian Head Belt: Vintage
  • Necklaces: Sissie & Me
  • Headband: H&M
  • Rings & Bracelets: Sissie & Me
  • Moccasins: Vintage
  • Wallet: Louis Vuitton 



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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

100 Pounds | Adrian Buckaroogirl | Lady Bronc Riders

Western Wednesday!

I can’t really think of anything more “Western Wednesday”
appropriate than a song about the lady bronc riders of the old west and their

I remember the first time I saw an old black and white
picture of Prairie Rose Henderson, my first “old time” cowgirl picture ever.
She was seated up on a big ol’ bronc and spurring and quirting the heck outta
this horse.

I was hooked.

I read everything I could, researched pictures and stories
and videos and everything I could get my hands on about these little women with
big hearts….

This is my tribute to those old time gals, to the ones who
came before.


~Adrian <3 

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

This one's for the girls!

Hey y’all!

So I get questions daily (and more than I can keep up with!) asking where I get clothes, jewelry and jeans….

I’m always tagging my amazing sponsors in my pictures on Facebook and Twitter, IG and YouTube, but I thought you guys might like to see a few of my new favorite things from the stylin’ ladies over at Sissie and Me Ranch Royalty Clothing Company!

1. Ranch Royalty GORGEOUS new Red Cayce Jeans, get them HERE

2. Ranch Royalty Buckin horse tank HERE...

3. Adorable burlap and serape bag...going to be my new school bag for this semester! Check it out HERE

4. Stand out belt...LOVE these belts! Get your own HERE...

And finally...

5. Beautiful indian head cuff I just got...SO excited! Check it out HERE

Check out the WEBSITE  and their FACEBOOK PAGE , where they are always having some kind of awesome sale and giveaways never know what you might win

Go get yourself outfitted in some gorgeous gear for out on the ranch or out on the town, and make sure you tell em’ Adrian sent you!


~Adrian <3

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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Family. Simply family...

Today, I've been fighting off a "before-school-starts-again" cold.

You know those days when you know that if you lift weights you're going to push yourself right over the edge? (Drives me crazy! Getting sick is for weak people. I refuse to be weak. *Sneezes*)

So, instead of being my normal whirlwind self today, I've been...

  • Catching up on art orders (of which there are a LOT).
  • Drinking lots of fluids (Does Ice Tea count?)
  • And watching old shows from RFDTV (Don't judge. I'm really a 75-year-old man in a 22-year-old's body). 

The last item on my list is important, because while watching Mr. Steagall today with The Bunkhouse Boys something just went straight to my heart.

Red was talking about how couples who get hitched and their first year of marriage is spent living in a cowcamp away from people and town - they seem to be just plain different.

He talked about sons going out and working with their daddies and learning the ropes they learn to be good cowpunchers from the men they respect.

Red talked about how family is really what TRULY matters, and all of a sudden something hit me.

Family IS all that matters.

 Really and truly. At the end of the day, at the end of your life....
all you will have is family. 

The older I get the more I realize that my folks really are my friends. I respect them both so much and value the friendship and relationship we have; as well as what they have taught me and what I continue to learn from them.

I assume that it would be easier, ok...probably 100 times have a marriage and relationship away from social media and all the creepiness that resides on the internet and the world in town.
To not have the constant comparisons that seem to happen so easily to others lives, and to just be able to LIVE. To start off a marriage away from distractions and technology, and to just BE.

(Of course weekends should be reserved for ranch rodeos and winning bronc ridings, with a liberal dose of good music and dancing.)

I also thought about the kids who are raised in town and how much they miss out on. Imagine only seeing parents in passing, like ships in the night because they're too busy at a 9-5 in the bustle of the city and traffic? The ability to take and teach and nurture those kids in the outdoors, learning how to care for livestock, passing down a skill set and creating a passion for hard work is something you cannot un-learn, and I would expect would be pretty damn difficult to do in town.

I want kids that get dirty outside, tired from being horseback and happy from knowing that they contribute to the family and are valued and respected. Kids that learn by doing, kids that can carry on a way of life that too few know of now.

I think our culture really complicates things a lot these days, what with all of our technology...who got the most "likes" and who is prettier and whose families are cooler and wealthier and blah blah blah....

Red just gave me a little reminder today: that is not that long.

It is precious.

And at the end of our lives, all we will have is family and the relationships we took the time to care about NOW. All the extra folks are great, but who matters the most to you?
Who will you wish had mattered to you 10, 20, 30 years from now?

Focus on them, and don't let yourself regret the time you didn't take when you had the chance-just start taking the time now.

Thanks for the reminder Mr. Steagall, 



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