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Western Wear is not just for the Wild West. This rustic yet feminine trend is blowing up everywhere and can be so easily worn by any middle aged woman. Incorporating these western inspired pieces into your fall wardrobe will truly add a unique and trendy flare to your look. Now, we aren’t just talking about your cliche plaid flannel shirts and cowboy boots…Check out these interesting styles for the perfect touch of modernized country!

 

 

Wearing the same style of jeans all autumn season can get old fast! These western inspired jeans are the perfect spin on the classic straight leg look. With its subtle embellishments and true blue hue, these jeans are the epitome of country chic.

 

You may be able to take the girl out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the girl with these chic western-luxe mules. These modernized cowboy booties are casual for everyday occasions yet a statement for any basic fall outfit.

 

If you thought a western bootie could never be sleek or chic, you were wrong. This Jeffrey Campbell cutout western boot is the ultimate transformation from country side style to city street style. This is hands down the boldest take on the seasons trend!

 

The basic black belt just got a whole lot more interesting with a this big western style buckle and detailed rose embroidery. A leather cowboy belt is the new popular accessory this season to dress up any standard pair of jeans or skirt.

Every woman needs a denim skirt. For the colder seasons, this long denim wrap skirt is frayed for that western vibe and is still comfortable, warm, and stylish. For a casual-chic style pair it with your favorite booties or even a simple pair of white sneakers.

 

What’s the best part about this western wear trend? The fringe! Country girl meets cool girl in this Fringe Leather Moto Jacket. Take the traditional Wild West to the future as you will be ahead of the styles if you are seen wearing this adorable piece.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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