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    what do you consider more proper foot attire, moccs or cowboy boots?
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    I was taught that mocs or dress shoes were the proper footwear, but these days most everybodys wearing boots. I prefer mocs.
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    • #3
      HELLO WARDANCER:

      I HAVE TO AGREE WITH WARDANCER, I WAS TAUGHT THAT THE PROPER FOOT WEAR IS THE MOCS.
      BOB

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      • #4
        I was taught that mocs are the footwear to be used. Of course
        if you're at a powwow then you're probably going to see anything
        short of going barefoot.

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        • #5
          Call me ole fashioned but I prefer dusters, even if I am wereing street clothes.
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          • #6
            Mocs or dress shoes. Cowboy boots are okay as well as long as you don't appear to just come in from the pasture.

            Around here, church attire -- dress pants, nice long sleeve shirt, tie or bolo. That's what I've been told is proper.

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            • #7
              i would personally agree that the moccs look best!
              C-trad

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              • #8
                I agree that we should dress as nicely as we can.
                Dress slacks, nice shirt(PRFERABLY A LONGSLEEVE SHIRT), (boots or dress shoes have been tolerated).
                This includes the sash, bandalier, fan, and guord/rattle.

                The mocs are still the attire of preference.
                Last edited by CHEROSAGE; 04-13-2002, 02:07 AM.
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                • #9
                  I have two more cents to add. If you're supposed to dance in a traditional manner when Gourd Dancing, why would you anything but mocs?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by contemptradish
                    what do you consider more proper foot attire, moccs or cowboy boots?
                    Before she passed away, my grandmother urged me to always wear moccasins when I dance.

                    I'm gonna answer that I consider "...more proper foot attire.." to be moccasins. 'cause otherwise my grandma will thump me.
                    Scott Zotigh
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