I'm a cowgirl – I love wearing my country outfits to weddings even if they're not a typical dress code | The Sun
A COWGIRL has shared her love of wearing country outfits to weddings even if they defy the typical dress code.
The style icon showed how to keep up a Western look but still fit the occasion.
Taking to TikTok, user Michelle explained how she stays casual at more formal events.
"I honestly enjoy rompers better than dresses!" she captioned the video.
In the opening of the clip, she's rocking some amazing, but very cowgirl, leather bootcut pants.
She also accessorized the outfit with a big black cowboy hat.
The stylish cowgirl then showed the fits she put together for more high profile events.
"The last three outfits I’ve actually worn to weddings! It all depends on what the dress code is," she wrote.
"My last outfit was a outdoor Western wedding and was chilly!"
The first of the three amazing outfits was a tan romper that looks great with her turquoise accents.
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Next, she spun into a beautiful velvet dress that she paired with black boots and a black hat to show off her Southern personality.
Finally, her last outfit was an incredible burnt orange velvet romper.
She wore this one with a pale blue cowboy had and beautiful black and brown boots.
Users were amazed at Michelle's ability to make her cowgirl aesthetic fit any occasion.
"You're so pretty! I love your style! Been wanting to switch mine up and love your look," someone commented.
Another person said: "That last outfit is exactly what I'm looking for."
"I'm so glad you posted this video because I have a fall wedding next month. I need to figure out a outfit." a third person said.
"Im glad I could help," Michelle responded with a heart emoji.
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