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March 4th, 2020

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Wimberley-based Arloom modernizes traditional huipil tops, and the brand is popping up for Rodeo.

Your committee days are over, so you've got more time this year to focus on your nightly looks.

For your 100th rodeo, pair your concho belt with a vintage huipil top from Arloom, popping up in Houston this weekend (see below). Run by a husband and wife team from their Wimberley ranch, the brand modernizes traditional huipil tops and boleros, the textiles hand-loomed and worn by Mayan women. Each style varies in cut, size and embroidery, making it one-of-a-kind. To make their adorable bandana fasteners, cowboy hat bands and leather goods, the couple employs Guatemalan female artisans to showcase Central American heritage and design.

Eight seconds to style.

Get a complimentary manicure from Cherry Nails and shop Arloom at the Rodeo With US pop-up at pretty Universal Standard boutique in Montrose this Sat, March 7, from 11 a.m - 3 p.m.

BYO denim for custom patches and embroidery from Carla Valencia Design, pictured, and shop vintage boots from Allison Bagley's V is for Vintage and bags from Opal R. Helm.

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