The best way to eat, sleep, and breathe Texas is by decorating your home with the Lone Star State. These handmade wooden Texas signs are our current obsession!
If the standard white bathrobe is just too “basic” for your taste, then you’ll love these quirky unisex creations.
You can ship four half-gallons of the “best ice cream in the country” to your underprivileged friends who can’t swing by and pick up a carton of Blue Bell for themselves.
For those occasions when your Stetson and spurs might be considered “too much,” Paris Texas Apparel Co. ties come to the rescue.
The quintessential taco-topper from one of the most famous Tex-Mex restaurants in the state, this salsa has been made by the Garcia family for over 70 years.
Texas Monthly, Forbes and even The New York Times have featured the mesquite smoked peppered beef tenderloin from Perini Ranch.
There’s nothing better than a pair of boots made to fit your feet perfectly. For a custom fit or design, it’s hard to beat M.L. Leddy’s handmade custom cowboy boots from Fort Worth, Texas. They specialize in finest leathers, materials, and uncompromised quality.
— San Antonio
Send a big ol’ Texas howdy to your friends
and family with these adorable greeting cards.
Bring a little bit of Texas to your doorstep with wildflowers that light up the highways and back roads of Texas in season.
Yes, you can actually buy a flag that’s been flown over the Alamo. Choose an American or Texas flag, and enter the date you’d like it flown over the Alamo before they send it to you.
These wool/cotton blankets from iconic brand Pendleton remind us of the saddle blankets of days past. Snuggle up with one or hang it as unique wall art.
What better way to proclaim your love for Texas than with a t shirt? These “y’all” shirts are a must-have in any Texan’s wardrobe.
Clint Orms – Kerrville
Clint Orms Engravers & Silversmiths has created belt buckles for the likes of George W. Bush and Tommy Lee Jones. Handcrafted from sterling silver and even precious stones, these buckles are intended to be passed down in families for generations.
Jeanne’s pralines out of Lamesa, TX are known for being the richest, chewiest, most decadent Texas treat around.
“Amazing” and “delicious” are just a few words commonly used to describe Greenberg smoked turkeys Odds are that if you live in Texas, you’ve sampled a Greenberg turkey, but did you know that they come from Tyler, Texas? Now you can order and ship a Greenberg turkey to any location in the U.S.!
Not too many people see you in your PJ’s, so why not have a little fun with these Original Cowboy Pajamas made in Boerne? Made specifically for fans of comfy PJ’s, Texas and all things Western, these cowboy pajamas are quintessentially Texan.
Sure, you always carry Texas in your Heart, but now you can literally carry Texas with you wherever you go with this printed Texas Tote from Newton Supply Co.
Don’t miss Texas watchmaker Jack Mason! Watches made from fine leather, designed in-house, and crafted by fellow Texan, Jack Mason, are a must-have. Spotlights are shining on this company from every direction as they continue to create quality watches unlike any other.
Here in Texas, we take our food very seriously. Learn from the best with our favorite Texas cookbook: The Homesick Texan by Lisa Fain.
Missing Texas? This candle will take you back with scents of dark leather, fresh pine, and thick lemon slices. With a subtle note of cyclamen and a pinch of sage, these candles are one of a kind, just like the Lone Star State.