Classic Old West Clothing. Made in the USA

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Woman's Western Wear

Woman's Western Wear

Our women's western clothing has kept the elegance of the era with modern day style. Cattle Kate designs and manufactures classic old west clothing for women with fabric and details that will remind you of western wear made by a skilled pioneer woman of the past. Maneuvering through dusty streets and rough terrain of the Wild West, complicated clothing proved to be impractical. Women's clothing of the 1800's was a feminine silhouette, full skirts, high necks and long hemlines. 

Old West Dresses view all

In the 1800's women often made all the clothing for their family including old west dresses for themselves. Cattle Kate creates old west clothing reminiscent of the 1800's inspired by the skilled women of the past. 

Western Skirts view all

Our line of western skirts consist of old west silhouettes derived from modern day western style. Whether it is a long western skirt you're looking to reminisce the yester years in or a ... view more

Undergarments view all

Women rarely, if ever, spoke of intimate garments and were considered too improper an item to even make by hand. Undergarments were aquired through newspaper, magazine and catalog advertisements. view more

Coats & Jackets view all

By the eighteenth century overcoats had begun to replace capes and cloaks as outwear. Women often wore dusters to protect their clothing, which would reach to the floor and be fastened with buttons. < ... view more

Blouses & Vests view all

Cattle Kate designs women's blouses with inspiration from 1800's clothing but with modern influences that keep that feminine touch. From the classic Nell Blouse great for historical re-enactor ... view more

Riding Attire view all

Saddle up in one of our popular and comfortable Split Riding Skirts for any western event. Wear them with one of our classic Riding Jackets or a cool Riding Vest. Accessorize your outfit with a pai ... view more

Western Boots view all

Shoes were usually handmade in the cobbler’s shop, with nails or pegs used to bind the sole to the upper. As usual, women’s legs were never shown and feet were only glimpsed once in a while when sitt ... view more