Roxanne Thurman’s Favorite Things

Picks from the owner of Cry Baby Ranch on Larimer Square

The stylemaker and owner of the iconic Cry Baby Ranch on Larimer Square in Denver shares her faves.

I always carry a groovy cowhide tote. I’m not driven by Western “costumes”; that can be contrived or gimmicky. But I do like certain elements of the West with more sophistication. Jackson and Hyde totes, $349;

Isabel Marant
. I just love the edginess of her clothes—everything she does is sophisticated and hip.;

Simply Shabby Chic
from Target, 100-percent organic cotton, preferably line-dried. $31–$62;

I bought an Armani Exchange watch in the mall at Watch World 20 years ago and still wear it every day. It’s a man’s watch with a big face. It looks very vintage. $120–$250;;

in a Native American motif. They are timeless. They trend in and out, but they are in right now. $249–$399;

William Matthews
. I think he is one of the finest watercolorists of our time. His work is exceptional, beautiful and subtle.

I depend on Shawn Lynn Haviland at Park Avenue OculoPlastic Surgeons in Denver. I go twice a month for whatever she wants to do to me. I need a regular maintenance routine for my skin.

I have 35 or 40 pairs of homemade cowboy boots. I wear them every day. Liberty is my favorite brand, but I also have a pair of ankle boots from Tres Outlaws.;;

I mainly shop at Blush and Blue Ruby, both on Larimer in Denver. They really know what they’re doing. I tend to wear jeans a lot because of the cowboy boots, so I get sweaters at Blue Ruby and Equipment blouses at Blush.;

Lafco Ski House Candle
because it smells like Telluride. It’s the only candle that I carry consistently at my store. Feu de Bois Ski House Candle, $60;;

My go-to fragrance is Atelier Cologne’s Bois Blonds Cologne Absolue. $85/ounce;

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Browse. Buy. Eat. Discover. See what's new and trending, plus tips for great local finds. CH&L editor at large Rebecca Gart shares her favorite discoveries from around the state of Colorado. 

A former reporter for The Daily Camera in Boulder, and writer/editor for InLine magazine and Delicious Living, Rebecca has also written for Cooking Light and Natural Health. She currently writes about what’s trending in home design, food, lifestyle, beauty and shopping for CH&L. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, snowshoeing, skiing, biking and playing tennis. She and her husband Ken have three children.

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