Rodeo Fashion

Due to the response I’ve had of people asking me where I got certain pieces of my outfit I decided to create a blog post! My outfit for the Filer, ID PRCA was super fun. Not to mention, I got a lot of compliments on it. What girl doesn’t like to be complemented on their outfit? So for all those who are curios I’ve linked each item in my outfit to where I got it from right here on my blog.

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Hat: Charlie 1 Horse http://www.charlie1horsehats.com

Kimono: Buckle http://buckle.com

Necklace: Backwoods Barbie Couture https://www.instagram.com/backwoods.barbie.couture/

Bracelet and Earrings: Triggers Boutique http://www.triggersreno.com

Shirt: Among the Willow Wagon http://www.amongthewillowwagon.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html

Belt Buckle: Redford Ranch Style https://www.redfordranchstyle.com

Jeans: Miss Me http://www.missme.com

Boots: RitzyGypsy Boutique http://ritzygypsy.storenvy.com

 

Another fun part of my outfit was my hair. On the drive I decided that I was going to learn how to do a fishtail braid. To my surprise I found out it’s actually pretty easy. Just follow the steps below

 

I hope this post gives you some fun outfit inspiration for your future rodeo fashion.

~The Rustic Ranch Wife

The Biggest Little City in the World

Reno has been such a fun little trip. The Reno rodeo and BFI provide us with a perfect trip in the middle of June. What’s even better is that between Reno and the NFR we get a nice little rodeo vacation every six months that provides lots of opportunities for SHOPPING!!! Oooops, I mean for watching my husband rope! Yay! We also get to spend time with great company.

Tait and I are extremely blessed to be able to do what we love and hit the rodeo trail. We are even more blessed that we have family that travels all over to watch, support, and cheer us on.

Rodeo is a sport that has both ups and downs. This year Reno was a bit more of a down. However, the downs are what define us as cowboys and cowgirls. You have to be able to take that down, learn from it, and carry on. The bad runs provide us with the perfect opportunity to learn our flaws so that we can turn them into our strengths.

The great thing about rodeo is that there is always another one!

~The Rustic Ranch Wife