Up and coming designers play on southwestern influences allowing you to be fashionably western inspired. All bonnets aside, western themes boast of small floral prints, fringe, clogs, leathers & stone accessories. Oh yes, and the hottest pair of lady boots this side of Tucson!
Circle those wagons gals, we’re headed Westbound.
Gain outfit inspiration from subtle, dusty blooms and rustic shapes.
Pairing a long skirt by Free People with a platform clog from Jeffrey Campbell is ultra modest and totally fashion forward! Hayden & Harnett’s fringed LORCA bag enhances the look and is a great accessory to hold essentials through out the day. To round out the western trend, add a turquoise flower necklace from Roberta Chiarella and complete the look.
Remember, don’t clutter up jewelry. You’ll want to make sure that if you’re wearing large pieces, each has space to breathe. If you’re wearing a long pendant necklace and question adding a big earring, maybe try a cuff instead.
A stone is ingrained with geological and historical memories.
~ Andy Goldsworty
With connection to the land, earthly rings by Jessica Ricci ground the look. Keep with the Western trend and tie the Bandana scarf from Tory Burch around your neck. Also don a nostalgic lace top by Joie to wrangle your inner venturer. We’re huge fans of a structured pant from Aubin & Wills, and certainly no Westbound sister would steer off course with a pair of Tory Burch distressed suede studded boots!
Forget trying to match everything together- items should compliment each other at the same formality level, but not totally match. If it all works together, the collection is set in stone.
Lead the way! Mix patterns & layer textures; keeping it boho chic.
Plaids have made a comeback this year, and mixing a hardy print with a soft-layered skirt by Free People is a great way to break the trail. Keep the Vanguard trend trekking and add a Goorin Peligro straw hat with custom woven tie band. Make sure y’all say howdy to the Belstaff Agnes Lady Vent Shoe and incorporate tribal influences by adding a beaded native cuff from Roarke NYC.
From desert plains to mountain terrains, western items are easily incorporated into an everyday wardrobe. Trying out new trends is like a journey; you’ll never know where they go until you blaze the trail yourself!
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