The art, history, and beauty of the “wild rag.”
No longer just a rag to wipe the blood, sweat, and dirt off a cowboy’s face, western scarves have become a work of art. From hipsters to rock stars, this “wild rag” is a unique fashion statement. With beautiful photography, Diane takes the reader through the history of the scarf, its uses, and creative ways to tie it. Celebrate cowboy couture at its finest!
Diane Zamost owns Wahoo! Santa Fe, a store that sells both vintage and new western wear. For more than twenty years, she has been buying and selling western clothing at horse shows, rodeos, western music and poetry gatherings, and anywhere else people appreciate cowboy couture. People visit her store from all over the word to bask in the nostalgia of the romantic West. She lives in Santa Fe.