Shopping: Boots, Buckles, & Bling

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Get your western on at these locally-owned stores

Landmark Mercantile | sign boards cowboy hats and bandana

Located right in the heart of farmland, Landmark is known for having a well-stocked inventory of ranching and roping supplies, and for the mini “zoo” of animals that call the property home. Shoppers can also pick up a little western flair whether it be a cowboy hat, a colorful bandana for Fido, or a cheeky sign to round out the homestead décor.

Landmark Mercantile
12000 Stern Dr., Mesquite
Landmark Mercantile recently suffered a fire. They are still open, although the main shop is closed. Contact them for updates on re-opening.

Western Mercantile | leather boots and walletBoots, hats, buckles, and ropes—this longtime western favorite has it all. Ladies will definitely want to stop in for the vibrant selection of tribal inspired headbands and purses, while the gents will find a nice selection of handsome leather wallets from 3D Belt Company.

Western Mercantile
848 N. Valley Dr.

A popular place to buy feed and livestock since 1983, this family-owned and operated store is also home to The Burlap and Bling Boutique, offering bohemian and “country chic” apparel as well as an intriguing selection of houseware and home décor items. Some of our favorites? Vintage earrings from Hoop-La.

Horse N Hound Feed N Supply | handmade jewelry and rustic frameHorse N Hound Feed N Supply
991 W. Amador Ave.

When it comes to jewelry, nothing says “Old West” like turquoise and silver, and this Mesilla shop has a wide selection of styles appropriate for all budgets. Added bonus: most of the pieces are sourced in the four corners area of New Mexico and Arizona.

Silver Assets | unique silver handmade jewelrySilver Assets
1948 Calle de Santiago, Mesilla

Western Traders | gemstone and hanging stone beadsLooking for that truly unique accessory? Why not make it yourself? This shop, now tucked away in a shopping center on El Paseo, originally opened up on Picacho over two decades ago. It’s now the largest supplier of beads and beading tools in Southern New Mexico and West Texas. From arrowheads to porcupine quills and a large selection of New Mexico-sourced turquoise, stop in to pursue the wares or take a beading class.

Western Traders
1300 El Paseo

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