7 Western Wear Pieces That Are More It Girl Than Cowgirl
Dust off all of those costume accessories you thought were just for Halloween because western wear is taking over spring style. While fringe, silk scarves, cowboy hats and boots, bootcut jeans, statement belts, and flannel shirts may only work together on one day of the year, these pieces can individually rock your wardrobe.
As if Pixar didn’t give the fashion world enough with the return of Edna Mode in Incredibles 2, they also gave us the OG of western wear style: Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl. We’re taking that inspiration and rounding up all of our favorite pieces that will have you shouting “Yeehaw!” before you even know what hit you.
Take it from us, showing up to the next rodeo without a cowboy hat on your head is social suicide. Whether you’re having a bad hair day or looking for a way to take your outfit to the next level at the upcoming festival on your spring agenda, a cowboy hat is the perfect example of western wear chic. In addition to cowboy hats, we’ve got you covered for all the boho fashion trends that will make a statement all year long.
Jinkies! So it turns out those Scooby Doo kids were on point with those silk scarves they were always wearing hopping in and out of the Mystery Machine. Talk about scary good style. A silk scarf is the perfect way to add a pop of color to any outfit, especially if you’re anything like us and your go-to outfits are mostly neutral.
If you live in the South or have ever made your way to an SEC game, cowboy boots are a fashion staple at every tailgate event. For the rest of the country, cowboy boots have made their big comeback with a much appreciated revival by Selena Gomez at NYFW. If you need a little guidance, we’ve got you covered with some advice on how to actually wear cowboy boots in 2018.
Whatever you do, don’t be intimidated by Beyonce’s blinged out Gucci flannel shirt. Just throw on a comfy flannel shirt paired with your favorite oversized denim jacket and your outfit is complete. Pro tip: you can never go wrong with the classic plaid.
Bootcut jeans are back baby. And if you don’t believe us, fashion it girl Meghan Markle stepped out in bootcut jeans with Prince Harry on her arm just last week. With the addition of a raw hem, bootcut jeans are now better than ever.
While there’s no doubt statement jeans have claimed their place at the top of the list of wardrobe wins, statement belts are coming in a close second. Make sure everyone can see whatever bold belt you pick with these tips on how to tuck your shirt like a street style pro.
Fringe is one of those timeless styles that you can always count on to add a little extra umph to any outfit. Our favorite way to style fringe is coupled with suede a la this one of a kind jacket from ASOS. But if that combo isn’t your style, don’t worry. There are plenty of pieces in the collection below for the fringe fiend in all of us.
For all the western wear looks that will have you cowgirls turning heads wherever you go, shop the collection below!