How to Dress Like a Real Cowgirl

Dressing like a cowgirl is not an event; it's a lifestyle! We all want the "classy cowgirl" look. Mature ladies or young, trendy cowgirl stuff. Here are some suggestions on basic cowgirl, ranch wardrobe, and accessories that may help you.


  1. Start with Chunky Turquoise Cowgirl Jewelry. ..Turquoise stones/large nuggets in your necklaces.Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%201.jpg
  2. Wear Jeans. Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%202.jpg
  3. Choose "easy wear", clothes that require no ironing, & are washer/dryer proof. Choose fabric that wears well & looks classy, no matter what. Select some traveler 1 color, adding seasonal appropriate jackets.Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%203.jpg
  4. The Real Cowgirl Deal is to add color with cowgirl accessories. Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%204.jpg
  5. Create your basics then, then accessorize. Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%205.jpg
    • Everything in cowboy culture is silver, jewelry, & leather, blending with the Native American influence. This never goes out of style. You should to have: Jewelry,turquoise, silver, semi precious earthy stones, conchos, crosses, pendants in silver, the new rusty look is fantastic & more casual.
    • Concho Belts, or at least well made cowgirl belts. Or, better yet, if you know someone in your circle of friends who can tool leather. (Or start creating some yourself; you may find you have many customers.)
  6. Add conchos to your purse or a “sho-fly” to your zipper. You cowgirls know a sho-fly hangs from the breast collar on your horse or on the cinch to sho the flies away!Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%206.jpg
  7. Put that necklace on! Single strands or multi layered, chunks, silver & medallions.Dress%20Like%20a%20Real%20Cowgirl%20Step%207.jpg
    • Traditional Classic Shirt: wear a necklace/strands inside the collar, one strand of mixed stones or ten strands! This looks great. For longer necklaces, wear them outside.



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