Naadam Cashmere Solid Scarf ($175)
Naadam uses traditional hand combing to source fibers, which is less stressful for goats than shearing, and they work directly with Mongolian herders to ensure living wages. The unbelievably soft result is a gift anyone will love—but that you’ll want to keep for yourself.
Kari Traa Women’s Molster Knit Sweater ($95)
This toasty wool-blend sweater is ideal for a winter cabin getaway. With dropped shoulders, a jacquard Norwegian pattern, and a cropped cut, it pairs well with jeans for après or leggings for game night by the fireplace.
Levi’s Ultimate Western Shirt ($60)
You don’t have to be a cowgirl to love this shirt. Snap the buttons all the way to the top and pair it with high-rise jeans to turn some heads at the saloon.
Filson Women’s Down Cruiser Vest ($325)
The Cruiser is built tough, with its workwear-inspired chest pocket, cover-cloth-lined interior, and water-resistant waxed-cotton shell. But the ethically sourced detachable shearling hood lets you show your soft side, too.
Friends of Friends Hat Co. Paloma Dia Hat ($130)
The Paloma Dia is made by a fourth-generation hatmaker outside Mexico City. We love the extra-stiff brim and interior elastic band, which made it comfy to wear all day.
Apiece Apart Denim Merida Pants ($295)
A high waist and nearly invisible front pockets make for a clean, flattering look, and the slight flare at the bottom of the wide leg keeps the Merida playful. It also comes in 11 sizes for nearly every body.
Electric Women’s Crasher Sunglasses ($200 and up)
It’s no surprise that the Crasher is Electric’s bestselling women’s frame—the oversize square silhouette will flatter any face shape. Cut from thick Italian acetate and available with a polarized or standard lens, it complements a dress and heels beautifully, but it’s hardy enough for rough play.
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