Everyone freaked over this Pendelton cape on Beth, including me, and it’s by Lindsey Thornburg and a FORTUNE.
OK so I’ve got COVID and finally have the energy to post and I feel like it just so happens that while I’m binge watching Yellowstone, fall fashion is hitting a major Western moment. So it actually kind of works in my favor to be behind on watching this show (something binge while recovering/fashion inspo). As a little girl, my most prized possession was a pair of white fringed cowboy boots. I took riding lessons, albeit they were English not Western style, but gosh darn it, did I not show up to the barn the first day in those shiny white yee-haw boots ready to go. :) Cut to me at 43, awaiting my new Tecovas to arrive and coveting some really solid western wear (and also maybe a trip out west someday soon). What goes around, comes around.
The keys to this look looking chic and not costume-y are floral dresses with boots, layers of shearling, faux fur, plaid shirts, denim (DUH) and southwestern influenced knits. BUT NOT ALL AT ONCE. Secret source for a lot of great stuff in this vein: Sundance Catalog! Click on images for links (except the turquoise earrings which are from my collection and can be found here) and have a good day everyone!
Costco.com has a wool Pendleton coat for $104 right now!
Love this post!! I always loved Reese Witherspoon’s outfit in Sweet Home Alabama- she wore a floral dress with cowboy boots. I wish I could post a picture, but I always was drawn to that style and this post reminded me of it. I’m glad you’re feeling better!
I hope you feel better soon! Thank you for the Sundance inspiration. Very cozy!
CowGIRL boots! That’s how my toddler daughter always corrects me when I refer to her boots as cowboy boots.
Come to Montana! We are having the best fall weather so far. 🍁🍂
Sundance always has a lot of drool worthy clothes, whether you want to go all out Yellowstone or just a hint. You have to be careful, western can swing rodeo princess in the drop of s hat. Stetson of course.
If you have a Sundance store nearby…visit it. Items are better than appear in the catalogue.
Love this post!!! Well, I love ALL of your posts! Your second calling is that of a writer! Sending healing thoughts your way!