Cowboy Core Is a Thing and We Love the Trend for Weddings
Did anyone else double tap TF out of Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour announcement that went up in early Feb? We’re pretty sure that among the nearly 9 mill fans of the post, at least a few hundred (if not more) were soon-to-be brides, which begs the question: Is cowboy core coming for the wedding world? WE SURE HOPE SO!!
Boot Barn, the undeniable arbiter of American cowboy fashion, recently collaborated with partners Double D Ranch and Lane Boots to level up their Wedding Shop, and we’re so in love with all the arrivals. From rhinestone fringe jackets and belts with bling to tall white boots with pearl detailing and snip toe styles with “The New Mrs.” embroidered in blue, these looks are sure to bring some edge to the cowgirl couture you’re sporting on the big day. You know we love a good country wedding.
They’re giving cowgirl glam
Okay, so before we give you the peek at all the pretty, we’re going to dive into the collaboration details straight from Boot Barn. We’re obsessed with these two limited-edition, exclusive bridal capsules teamed up with western-fashion brands, Double D Ranch and Lane Boots. And if you’re feeling a little déjà vu-y (we were too!), don’t freak out, you’ve seen these dresses before. Rue de Seine has such a way with cowgirl fashion, so of course, these new capsules would be the only choice to accessorize their gowns—for the sophisticated, bold bride, on her best day ever.
The boots are conceptualized, first, as hand-drawn sketches and then they’re meticulously handcrafted by skilled boot artisans. The flawless result features luxurious genuine leather, hand-stitched studwork, and stunning vintage sensibility.
Something blue, but even better
The collection illustrates a color story channeling the highest blues in the sky and the lowest aquas in a body of water.
[Brides] you’ll feel like you’ve died and Gone to Heaven
The collection showcases the infamous artistry Double D is known for. The exclusive Gone to Heaven capsule features whimsical jackets, elaborate accessories, and sleek white boots. In a few words, this bridal edit illustrates the ‘paradise-like’ spirit of ever after.
We’re calling it, cowboy core is the next big thing for weddings. And these new fashions are ideal for your ‘I dos,’ because they side-step a basic, stereotypical Americana vibe, in favor of a completely reimagined rodeo [drive]-inspired aesthetic.
And let’s be honest, as much as we idolize Bey, her Renaissance Tour, disco ball ethos is just a touch-bit much for weddings. We kind of see Boot Barn’s capsules with Double D and Lane as the perfect balance between Yellowstone cowgirl cool (prairie dresses and cowboy hats) and Beyonce’s giddy-up glitz.
It photographs beautifully and doesn’t just fit in at weddings on the farm or inside a barn. If we didn’t know any better, we’d think Beth Dutton was envisioning this poetic wedding scene exactly when she uttered the words “I don’t need anything else. Cigarettes, whiskey, a meadow, and you.”
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