Last Updated on September 1, 2020
Looking for a fresh take on western wear? Find great western outfit ideas for women below.
This classic plaid pattern shirt pairs great with classic riding blue jeans and tooled leather belt.
This bold black and silver western shirt with distressed washed jeans and studded leather belt makes a great statement.
Brighten up your western fashion with a bright shirt and subtle pattern paired with distressed jeans and a big western belt buckle.
A light purple plaid pattern works with light washed riding jeans and a classic floral tooled leather belt.
Black and blue plaid really stands out! Paired with dark jeans and a black western belt looks great riding or on the town.
A striped light button western shirt looks great under this western coat. Pairs well with light and medium wash jeans and a bright accented belt buckle.
Go patriotic with a classic flag inspired rodeo shirt paired with distressed jeans and a fun route 66 belt buckle.
This is a great look for going out on the town. Layer over with a embroidered western shirt with a brown leather belt over the shirt for an eye popping look.
Bright western shirts get all the attention. They go great with medium and light washed jeans and a tooled leather belt.
A classic denim jacket will complete your western outfit and keep you warm on those cool evenings.
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