Here is a little compilation I made of all the looks from this Yellowstone inspired shoot.


Thanks for watching!



I saved the best for last.


I am not sure if you noticed or not, but I never changed my jeans or my tank for this whole photo shoot. All that changed were my tops, boots, hat and accessories.


For this look, I topped my jeans with a lightweight button down dress in a fabulous color of yellow. I wore this dress to a wedding this summer with a khaki green jumper on underneath. It's super versatile.


I love this color of yellow but it can be hard to find. Yellow is tricky to wear when you're blonde. It has to be the right shade or you look yellow all over. Let's call this yellow, amarillo, shall we?


I was super excited to wear this outfit in the beans because I love how golden the whole picture is.

I wore this dress with my summer cowboy hat and some gold and wooden accessories. It reminds me of some of the dresses Beth Dutton wears. She isn't afraid to wear a long floral print dress and neither should you.





I found my Beth Dutton dress at Target. But you can find a similar one here:

https://bohobeachhut.com/products/boho-floral-print-long-dress?variant=7278174699568


Here she is in one-

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/525373112782136384/





I had so much fun with this photo shoot. It's my new favorite. Because it feels so much like ME.


I hope you had a great time coming along with me and getting some Yellowstone/Western inspiration.




To close, I thought I'd leave you with every cowboy's anthem, Amarillo by Morning, by a very young George Strait. Dear God, he looks like a kid, doesn't he?


Here's to season 4!

Yes, I realize that the song is Pancho. I guess I'm on a Merle kick lately. And anyone who knows me will tell you that I love Willie Nelson. I used to get teased in college about my love for old country. And now's it's appreciated again. Who's laughing now?


Speaking of haters, anyone who tells you that ponchos are out of style needs to be cut out of your life. You don't need that kind of negativity. :)


Seriously, ponchos go with fall like crunchy leaves go with trees. It's just a thing. And if wearing them is wrong, I don't want to be right.


A poncho is like a coat. You could be wearing a tshirt under that poncho and no one knows or cares because all the style is done for you in what's on top. This one has a little Aztec print on it and it has all the western vibes.

It isn't as fabulous as the swing coat that Beth Dutton wore in season three of Yellowstone, which has the same feel as a poncho, but I enjoy it.


You can see a look alike here:



So, I say, let the haters hate. I'm going to keep on wearing ponchos as long as I wanna.

I'll leave you with a little Willie, a little Merle and a little Rip.