SheShe’s Showcase | Rodeo Ready

Since 1931 Houston has celebrated western culture with the Houston Live Stock and Rodeo. From carnival rides, BBQ, concerts, shopping, and entertainment RodeoHouston is a must attend. One of my favorite things about it is seeing all of the new fashions for ranch wear and western wear for the season. So here are a few of my favorites! You can hover and click over the item you want to check out above.


Turquoise has always been popular to accessorize with in the south. It adds just the right subtle pop of color to any rodeo outfit! Turquoise earrings, necklaces, and rings are just a few pieces I like to use to add that right fun pop. With supporting my local Texas girls, a good go to is always Kendra Scott. She’s a local girl from Austin and always has those iconic and beautiful pieces to wrap up your rodeo look!


Belts and hats are a total must have for all southern ladies. Loving this Leatherock belt.

Not everyone prefers to carry a handbag around the rodeo. I personally need one. Between my keys, phone, wallet, lippie – oh you get it – I need a handbag and with the roomy interior and gorgeous detailing of the Double J Saddlery Fiesta Square Tote, it easily makes this one of my favorite accessories for rodeo.

Lets not forget about hats! Pictured here I have a tea stained cowgirl hat with whip stitch and small feminine beaded detail. Perfect for all the frizzy hair days we’ve all been having with this weather!


These boots were made for STRUTTING and go perfect with my choice for hat. Cowgirl boots aren’t the only type of shoe to wear. chunky sandal heel, booties, or even a cute chunky heel are all very popular footwear for the HLSR.


Bell bottoms are a huge trend and you can transition from Spring to Fall or Winter with these adorable jeans.

Feeling fringey? How cute is this cover and totally right on rodeo ready style?

So, overall I’ve covered my favorites for this season’s Rodeo and I have tons more in my widgets. Just hover over and click and you can check out your favorites.

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