Fashion Friday-Western Wear

| Friday, July 6, 2012

Yesterday's post was 'trending cowboy boots'- a very important element to the Western wear get up!

Today we share with you ideas for the rest of your get up! From hair, makeup and wardrobe.

GIDDY UP!


Hair

Big hair is a big deal in the country world!
We pulled some images of examples of GOOD big hair-it does exist


Miranda Lambert has sixties influenced big hair that works!
Totally acceptable Stampedin' hair


Scarf in the hair is a cute alternative to the traditional cowboy hat!


For the short haired cowgirl, soft face framing waves like Kelly Pickler's hair is sexy and cute!

Makeup

Saying farewell to past country music star's makeup, let's update our looks and show the world we have some of the best dressed and best looking ladies!


Bidding a final farewell to Dolly's makeup (err, and hair!)...


Emmy Lou Harris' makeup is timeless!
A woman of any age can wear this look and still appear classy, fun and sophisticated


Taylor Swift is at the top of her game! 
She's got a career that her income alone could sustain multiple countries, she's always well put together (in spite of her heart being broken by multiple men), she has gorgeous hair and makeup too!


Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum follows all the makeup rules. 
Bold eyes, nude lips. Well done Hillary, you look smashing!

Wardrobe


Sequined shorts, flowy top and fitted blazer looks killer on Carrie Underwood!
Now imagine yourself strutting down the midway rocking this outfit...you know you look good!


Rachel Reinhert of the group Gloriana rocks a Navajo print maxi; awesome!


Bust out your tiered tutu, Stampede is here! 
Throw a denim shirt on top with a cinched belt and you will be transformed into a country Lass
Stocking's are optional

Remember to keep it classy this Stampede ladies (and Gentlemen).

Have fun!

Much Love from,

The Artists Within Cow Gals XO

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