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Miranda Lambert Rocks Ripped Daisy Dukes While Shopping For Cowboy Hats — Photo

Big yeehaw energy: Miranda Lambert rocked daisy dukes while shopping for cowboy hats. See her impressive hat haul. Miranda Lambert knows the power of a good cowboy hat. The country music singer, 37, stopped by a hat store in Nashville, Tennessee to expand her collection and documented her haul on Instagram on Tuesday, July 20. Staying true to her southern country roots, Miranda opted for ripped daisy dukes, a retro white graphic t-shirt, and, of course, a cowboy hat with a little cactus on it for the outing.
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Young rodeo riders

Kids had an opportunity to show their rodeo moves at the Washington County Fair’s mutton bustin’ event Thursday evening. Children rode on the backs of sheep to see how long they could hang on. Many came wearing cowboy boots and cowboy hats, although the cowboy hats had to be put...
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How I Shop: Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges has a voice you can't forget, and a look you want to remember. What this means, really, is that his silky, soulful tunes are quick to become earworms, melding the '60s crooning of Sam Cooke with the Texan swagger of Willie Nelson. But his style is something that's altogether his own, a simple cocktail in which the recipe is, in his own words, equal parts retrofuturism, minimalism and unabashed luxury — with a splash of that devil-may-care Southwestern attitude tossed in for good measure.
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Competitor from Mexico rides on Lincoln horse in National High School Finals Rodeo

When she made her debut at the National High School Finals Rodeo on Monday morning, Melissa Armendariz found herself in an unfamiliar place riding an unfamiliar horse. While most competitors vying alongside the 18-year-old had trained with their horses for months or years, Armendariz had met the horse she rode less than a week beforehand, after arriving in Lincoln from Hermosillo — a city of about 800,000 in the northwestern Mexican state of Sonora.
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‘Yellowstone’ TV Set Decorator Reveals How a Set Comes Together

With an enormous and still growing fan base, the hit television series “Yellowstone” prides itself on giving viewers a taste of the cowboy life. The Western-style ranching life is a central theme on “Yellowstone” and the show goes to great lengths to make it feel real. Everything from the cowboy hats to the photos on the walls must feel authentic. That authenticity that the show brings is a big reason for the show’s immense popularity. Watching the show you can hardly tell the difference between actors on the show and actual cowboys. Much of that quality is obtained by the show’s impeccable attention to detail regarding the set. The responsibility of creating the true-to-life feels of “Yellowstone” falls on set decorator Carla Curry.

Wardrobe Talk: Team Up Western and Urban Style with Ariat

If you’re a fan of fashion and like to catch up with clothing trends, you’ve probably noticed by now how imperative comfort has become over the recent years. Activewear is the perfect example as it’s certainly been in the spotlight for quite some time now, dominating both the streets and social media with its simple and casual appeal.