ABIGAIL KNAB

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OF WESTERN INFLUENCE

 

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Being raised in central Montana, I know a thing or two about the midwest. Growing up, the majority of my friends lived on farms or ranches. I was taught at a young age how to ride a horse, feed cattle, and get my hands dirty. Although I never lived in the country, the town I was raised in was as country as it gets.  


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This cool and contemporary style is rooted in fundamental wardrobe pieces while taking a cue from the chilling weather. Integrating dark colors into your fall and winter styles allows for crisp contrast to the tones offered by the changing environment. I use wood and leather textures as a way to accentuate the rawness of the seasonal influence. Staying rooted through the earth's natural shift allows for a deeper presence while embracing change and personal growth.


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