There’s a newfound appreciation for the Dallas-look. All of this because one designer decided to bring back country and this designer is Isabel Marant. How come we can speak of a trend when only one designer showed this look? Because Marant is just that influential. The cowboy boots that hit the runway were practically sold out before they even hit stores. She had bloggers all over the world reach out to their inner cowgirl and in their footsteps a lot of fashionistas follow. Okay, maybe Marant’s collection is not revolutionary, neither is the story her collection tells. No, the urban cowgirl has been a recurring theme in fashion and she has been interpreted many times before. But Marant’s interpretation is highly covetable. Not only is it ready-to-wear, it’s actually desirable to wear!
Channel your inner cowgirl, dust off your cowboy boots or rather just buy a pair of Marant’s boots if you are lucky enough to find them. Pair them with suede breeches, a denim shirt or a saddle shirt and you’re good to go. Marant showed leather pants – some cropped and some of normal length – mainly in burgundy, black and grey. The saddle shirts came in colors such as burgundy, white and light pink and complete the look seamlessly. If you find a head-to-toe cowgirl look a bit too much, then opt for the Marant boots with plain denim and a basic t-shirt with a blazer. You’ll be a different, more subdued type of cowgirl. But the upside of doing it this way is that you can pretty much wear the look anytime, anywhere.