If you're like us, when you think of cowgirl outfits, the first thing that comes to mind is a Southern Belle with her big sunhat, flowing skirt, and rustling jean jacket. Cowboys are often portrayed as rough and tough, so their outfits don't usually get as much attention. But cowboy fashion has definitely come a long way in recent years! There are now some really stylish options for both men and women who want to dress up like a cowgirl (or cowboy). So if you're looking for some ideas on how to put together your own Cowgirl Outfit, read on! We've gathered some of my favorite looks for inspiration.
Best Cowgirl Outfits
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1. MISSACTIVER Women’s Cowgirl Outfit
- Material: Cotton blend, soft and comfortable fabric, slim fit but no too tight to wear.
- Features:Fashion graphic and letter print crop t-shirt, bear print crop tee top. Slim fit, short sleeve, casual and cute top for all seasons.Basic cropped shirt for women, teen girl.
- Match: Great match with skinny jeans, shorts, skirt. Wear it alone in spring and summer, Or under wear in a coat or jacket for a fashion layer look in cold day.No see through and good quality.
2. HOTLOOX Fringe Vest Cowgirl Outfit
- 【Hippie Clothes for Women】Women's hippie vest detail imitation suede fabric, vintage hippie style in the 60s, open front lapel, hollow out print, tassels are not easy to knot, very suitable for stacking, slim tailoring, a variety of color options, make you beautiful charming and cool
- 【Versatile Cowgirl Costume for Women】You can pair this western fringe vest easily with a casual top, and cargo pants or ripped skinny jeans for a casual stylish ensemble. Cool to add a cowboy hat, Martin boots and some vintage accessories for classic western outlooks. In the meanwhile, you can match it perfectly with you dresses and holiday sandals, it's quiet easy to create a classic but never out of trend look
- 【Classic 70s Outfits for Women】Suitable for all year round. Daily wear and special events like music fest festival events. Perfect for country concerts, western wear, street style look, rodeo, holiday vacation outerwear layering, motorcycle wear, night clubs, Vintage Hippie Costume Party, New Year party, Halloween costume, rock and roll, disco, cosplay, farm cowgirls, horse riding, vintage theme decades party etc.
3. Verdusa Women's Fringe Trim
- Fabric has some stretch
- Halter neck, sleeveless, tassel trim, snap closure
- Model Measurements: Height: 68.9 inch, Bust: 35 inch, Waist: 24 inch, Hips: 34.6 inch. Wear: S
4. MakeMeChic Women's Cow Print Crop Top
- Fabric has stretch
- Features: cow print, adjustable strap, crop top, sleeveless, hanky hem
- Occasion: casual style, fit for daily wear, perfect for summer
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What can I wear to be a cowgirl?
Though the term “cowgirl” conjures up images of women in short skirts and cowboy hats, there is no one definitive style of dress. In general, cowgirls tend to wear clothing that is comfortable and functional, with an emphasis on practicality. Jeans are a common choice, as they are durable and easy to move in. Boots are also popular, as they provide good traction and support when riding. For upper bodywear, many cow girls choose plaid shirts or button-downs, which can be layered for warmth. And of course, no cowgirl outfit would be complete without a cowboy hat! While there is no single “right” way to dress like a cowgirl, these items are all popular choices that can help you create a stylish and practical look.
What did cowgirls wear in the Old West?
In the late 1800s, cowgirls began to emerge as a distinct group within the American West. These women were often the daughters of ranchers and homesteaders, and they embraced the hardworking lifestyle of their parents. Cowgirls were skilled horsemen and sharp shooters, and they quickly gained a reputation for being tough and independent. While there was no one definitive style of dress for these women, they often wore clothing that was practical for work on the ranch. This could include a long skirt or trousers, a button-down shirt, and a wide-brimmed hat. Many cowgirls also carried a pistol or revolver, both for protection from predators and to prove their shooting skills. Over time, the image of the cowgirl became an iconic symbol of the American West.