If you haven’t already checked out Tim McGraw’s new video Highway Don’t Care featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban you really should. And you should show it to all your teenage kids. Like this video should be a requirement. Why you ask? Because of the message: Don’t TEXT and DRIVE! So I feel like it’s important to pass this video along in anyway we can whether it’s through this hear blog or however we can. Check out the video now…
Tough subject, tough video to watch. Let’s lighten things up a bit and talk about Tim’s outfit that he’s wearing on his way into the hospital. Very professional look he’s got going there, yet casual. Business casual! So here’s how you can put that look together on your own with the help of Langston’s.
Have you seen Toby Keith’s latest video, Hope On The Rocks? Really love the song…it takes me back to the kind of songs he did on his first album. Check it out…
See what I mean about the song being reminiscent of his early days? That was a dang good album. So let’s discuss Toby’s outfit in this video, which by the way I love how he plays a character in this video. His outfit is just your every day normal casual outfit and yet it looks very put together. So let’s put one together via Langston’s!
Luke Bryan has a video out right now called Buzzkill. I love how casual Luke is in this video, he’s just sitting around playing guitar with a few of his band mates in casual yet sexy attire. You or your man can pull this same look off. Let’s check the video out first…
Yall know we have to spotlight our boy Blake Shelton when he has a video come out. Sure Be Cool If You Did came out this week and I gotta say, I really like this video…it just seems very real. And Blake is lookin’ good yall! Check it out:
He’s got a great everyday look going on in this video right? I mean really it’s a casual outfit anybody and everybody could pull off. And it is Valentine’s Day isn’t it ladies? You might want to buy one or all of these pieces for your man so you can bring home your own Blake Shelton tonight, right?! Here’s the outfit, the Langston’s way:
Have you ever found the perfect cowboy boot or work boot online, only to find yourself worried that if it doesn’t fit you’re going to be out on the cost of shipping it back? Well, now you can shop for boots, shoes, and work boots worry free at langstons.com. At Langston’s you get one free return or exchange on all footwear items. So, now you can buy Justin Boots, John Deere Boots, Justin Original Workboots, Tony Lama Boots, Georgia Boots, and Ariat Boots with confidence, knowing that if it fits a little different (and let’s be honest, all boots and shoes fit a little different from each other), you can send your boots back for a new pair or a refund and we’ll pay the return shipping costs.
All you need to do is fill out our return request form within 30 days of receipt of your merchandise and we’ll send you a prepaid UPS label, which you can use to ship your boots back to us. That’s it. Please note that this only applies to footwear purchased made after August 22, 2008 and you must provide us with a valid address that UPS will ship from (sorry, no PO Boxes or APO addresses).
Hopefully, this will make shopping online for your next pair of cowboy boots much easier and stress free. Feel free to let us know if you have questions by e-mailing us at service at langstons dot com.
What is Kyra Sedgwick’s favorite must have fashion item? I would assume it is her husband Kevin Bacon – but I guess according to the July issue of InStyle, I am wrong. The star of the TNT hit series The Closer told InStyle that she considers herself to be a collector when it comes to cowboy boots.
Back in the 80s when her hubbie was rockin his own pair of boots in Footloose, Kyra found a pair of red Lucchese boots that she says are still her favorite boots today. Check out the July issue of InStyle to see more of Kyra’s favorite things. ..sorry to tell you there are no pics of Kevin in the article.
I checked with our stores and found that we only have a few Men’s Lucchese boots in stock at our Stockyards (405-235-9536) location, but as always, they said they’d be willing to special order any Lucchese boots if they didn’t have what you want. If you wan to start a collection (and save a little money) there are many styles of Justin Boots and Ariat Boots online and in all of our stores. While me may all like Krya’s choice in boots, we may not all have TV star money to buy them with.
In the meantime, I dug up some more information in Lucchese Boots and wanted to share. The Lucchese Boot Company (in case you were wondering how to say it – it is Lu-K-C) was established in San Antonio, Texas in 1883 by Sam Lucchese Sr. and his brothers just 3 years after arriving in America. In the early 1960s Sam Lucchese Jr. took over the business with the goal to create a perfect fitting boot. According to Sam, “If you cut leather for your boots in the same way you would carve up a meat carcass for your dinner table, you will be in good shape.” I really have no idea what exactly he means, but I am pretty sure his Thanksgiving turkey was carved to perfection – and clearly the man was not a vegetarian. His knack for carving leather led to boots that are made primarily by hand and gained national recognition for the company. Still today they are celebrated as a one-of-a kind boot with extraordinary comfort, quality and fit.