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Buckskin Skirt and Vest BELLE STARR Painted Deerskin Outfit

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The Painted Cowgirl skirts and vests are available in a single color or two-tone, smooth or suede (rough-side out) leather, and come with the option of one or two rows of fringe on the bottom. For a fancier look, cowgirl outfits can also be decorated by hand-painting or with silver, brass or antiqued studs. Our matching Bolero Vests can be worn alone or with the skirt.

Women on the American Western frontier during the late 1800s began wearing practical buckskin skirts and vests as ranch wear. Our hand-made skirts and matching vests are made of high-quality deerskin for comfort, beauty and durability.

They are inspired by designs worn by early Wild West performers, turn-of-the-century rodeo cowgirls, the Silver Screen, and Dudeens who frequented the Dude Ranches of the West from the 1920s-1940s. Our deerskin leather cowgirl skirt is cut very full with a straight waistband, two pockets, and a laced placket in back.


Made in the USA
Handmade from the Finest Western Deer Hide
Bolero Style Vest
Vest has Hand Painted Trim with Fringe
Hand Painted Deerskin Skirt Front, Trim above Bottom Fringe and Edge of Pockets
Skirt has Two Pocket Front with Fringe from Pocket Bottoms
Fringe across Skirt Bottom
Full Cut Skirt Design
Straight Waistband
Laced Placket Skirt Back

Please call 888-653-8723 for all the details on this BELLE STARR Painted Deer Hide Skirt and Vest Ensemble and to give us all the sizing information necessary to make your BELLE STARR Painted Deer Hide Skirt and Vest Ensemble a perfect fit !!


ABOUT BELLE STARR: Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr (February 5, 1848 – February 3, 1889), better known as Belle Starr, was a notorious American outlaw. Belle Starr was born Myra Maybelle Shirley on her father's farm near Carthage, Missouri, on February 5, 1848. Most of her family members called her May. Her father, John Shirley, prospered raising wheat, corn, hogs and horses.

In fact, she knew the Youngers and the James boys because she had grown up with them in Missouri. Her brother, John A.M. "Bud" Shirley, was called Captain Shirley by local Confederate sympathizers.

In 1883, Belle and Sam were arrested by Bass Reeves, charged with horse theft and tried before "The Hanging Judge" Isaac Parker in Fort Smith, Arkansas; the prosecutor was United States Attorney W.H.H. Clayton. She was found guilty and served nine months at the Detroit House of Corrections in Detroit, Michigan. She was fatally shot in 1889 in a case that is still officially unsolved.

Belle Starr's exploits are well documented if you are interested in a more in depth history of her extraordinary life just do a name search and enjoy the interesting reading.

  • Model: MG560
  • Manufactured by: MJG Designs

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