Your First Rodeo: What to Wear When It Comes to Western Wear

Is it your first rodeo? Break out your boots and saddle up. Putting together a comfortable outfit is no sweat with the help of Sheplers. We have compiled a western wear guide for you to follow when getting ready for your first rodeo.

Jeans
Rodeos are timely and often outdoors. The temperature can get hot during the warmer months of the year, so opt for jean shorts instead of jean pants. A pair of boot-cut jeans are a popular choice amongst women who attend rodeos.

Tops
Long sleeve tops are essential, you cannot go wrong with an all-time classic. Roll up the sleeves for a more casual look or keep them long for a traditional rodeo look. If it is still too hot to wear a long sleeve, opt for a light-weight, cotton V-neck or a short sleeved button down.

Cowboy Boots
Cowboy boots are an essential part of western wear at your first rodeo. There is no better place to wear the perfect pair of cowboy boots than at a rodeo. Cowboy boots are a great staple to your outfit, as well as practical for treading through the dusty dirt in the arena. You will feel right at home in a pair of cowboy boots from Sheplers.

Turquoise
For the cowboys, that turquoise bolo tie is calling your name. For all of the cowgirls, turquoise accessories like necklaces and rings make for the perfect pop of color in your western wear. If you are adding key pieces to your outfit, make sure to keep the rest of it pretty simple.

Belt Buckle
There will be belt buckles of all shapes and sizes at your first rodeo. A big, silver belt buckle is another great piece for your western wear. Make sure your belt is made from real leather to get the most authentic look.


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