Born from the hustle of fairs and rodeos, Hippy Cowgirl has blossomed into a stylish boutique brimming with Western wear and accessories. The women's clothing selection abounds with designer denim including fashionably distressed jeans (starting at $64.99) by Cowgirl Tuff Co., which form a natty union with handcrafted Ferrini boots (starting at $144) on dusty trails and dance floors. Cowgirl Tuff Co. lace tanks ($29) beckon sunny days, and hoodies by Adiktd ($36.75–$55) and Cowgirl Up (starting at $36.75) keep cowpokettes warm at night long after the sun elopes with China.
Sumit Banerjee—the namesake of Sumits Yoga—certified each instructor at the studio to teach his blend of Bikram and Vinyasa yoga. His approach incorporates static poses, energetic music, and temperatures ranging from 100 to 105 degrees. In addition to expelling toxins from the body, the heat keeps muscles limber for safe stretching. Regular practice can foster increased energy, improved focus, and weight loss. On Fridays, instead of taking a baseball bat to their work computers, participants celebrate the end of the week with an ice-cold popsicle after class.