Western style trends this fall
The fall collection lays a lot of emphasis on the western-inspired accessories and trends. You can incorporate this in your wardrobe with simple garments like shirt instead of opting for the complete range of boots or daisy dukes! Shirts that have a western flair to them are picking up in popularity.
Tops that are button down, plaid and definitely western styled are very popular because they are such a versatile piece. They’re much more complex than a basic t-shirt but are still just as comfortable. For instance, a rhinestone western shirt works wonders for the fall, without trying too hard. Remember, you want to look chic and elegant and not like a farm hand!
I love this Panhandle Slim western shirt that you can be assured won’t go out of style. It features, eye-catching scrolling embroidery details that accentuate the western trend. The elaborate skull and crossbones embroidery makes an impression for a girls night our or even clubbing.
The contrast piping accents and acrylic rhinestone highlights rank high on the fashion quotient. This vintage western front and back yokes add to the details and with the back princess seams you can get a bespoke fit too. There are a variety of other womens western shirts that you can pick from. Here are a few options that you should check out-
- Roper western shirts are trendy and yet versatile enough to be worn everywhere. You can tuck them in or wear it with a belt over the shirt too.
- If you want something more feminine, opt for long sleeved roper shirts with puffed sleeves in materials like georgette or even chiffon
As a rule of thumb, don’t overdo the western trend and stick to basic minimums. So don’t do the hat, boots and shirt together unless you are hitting a costume party. Else, you will end up with a faux pas look!