The western trend has made its comeback this year: It’s everywhere, from stores and runways to fashion influencer feeds.
There are so many western-influenced pieces trending right now, from faux snake print cowboy boots to cow print shirts and faux leather buckle belts.
To help you out, I’ve put together 3 western-inspired outfits that incorporate lots of different mix and match cuts and colors, but which are still very wearable for classes or parties.
The Western Trend – Outfit 1
For this first outfit, I wanted to ease you in to the western trend.
This look incorporates some western pieces in simple cuts and neutral tones, perfect for blending a little bit of the trend into a classic outfit.
For this western-inspired look, I paired this white blouse with western pockets with black buckle belt pants and snake print cowboy boots. For the final touch, I added this beige faux suede tote bag with small belt buckles.
I love this outfit as a class-to-nighttime transition look: The flowy white shirt and leather pants are so chic, yet they can totally work in a casual setting too.
Okay, time to take the training wheels off. In this look, we’re trying a lot more of the trend. In fact, this look one combines most of the western trends we’re seeing in stores right now!
The key to looking cool, not crazy, when wearing so many trends at once, is to stick to a neutral palette. Here, I went with a simple black and white color scheme.
To get this look, mix a cow printed shirt with black high waisted cropped jeans, a black faux fringe jacket, black croc ankle boots, and a black buckle crossbody bag. You couldn’t be more western if you tried!
If you’re not sure about going for a full on western look, some of the pieces in this outfit could also be worn individually to add a touch of western to your wardrobe in small doses.
Denim is a huge part of the western aesthetic, and so I couldn’t talk about the western trend without including a denim dress!
For this outfit, I paired our denim dress with a leopard print belt, faux leather pointy ankle boots, and a burgundy belt buckle bag. Simple and fun.
What do you think of the western trend?
What’s your favorite outfit of the bunch? Would you dare to go all out with this trend, or do you prefer it in small doses? If so, which piece is your pick? Let us know in the comments section.