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All Dolled Up: We spotted this stylish cowgirl at a Willie Nelson concert

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This stylish cowgirl was spotted at the recent Willie Nelson concert at Freedom Hill. Stacy is an art graduate from the College of Creative Studies who lives on the old grounds of Theatre Bizarre in Detroit. She is the owner and manager of Tooth & Nail Jewelry Oddities Boutique, which can be found at the Rust Belt Market in Ferndale. Stacy also works at Finders Keepers Vintage Store in Plymouth. This gal enjoys making jewelry with vintage hardware, old stamps, birch bark, feathers, leather, animal bones, and teeth. She's really into thrifting, anatomy, shooting pool, camping, gardening, wine, and dining out with friends. It's no surprise Stacy collects art and bones, but she also collects vintage anatomical models and mid-century cookware. Stacy loves fashion, and her favorite places to shop for clothes are at the Rust Belt, Nordstrom Rack, Lost & Found, Anthropologie, and Hot Topic.

Cowgirl hat: gift

Handmade dress: Rust Belt Market - $30

Southwestern boho bag: Forman Mills - $12

Leather boots: Tooth & Nail Jewelry Oddities Boutique - $45

Knee-high socks: Nordstrom Rack - $10

Fox jawbone necklace: Tooth & Nail Jewelry Oddities Boutique - $38

TOTAL.........

$135

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