How to actually wear the western trend that was all over the Grammys red carpet

Kate Mendonca
Shopping Editor
Western fashion at the 2020 Grammy Awards. Images via Getty.

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If there’s one major trend to emerge from the red carpet at this year’s Grammy Awards, it’s certainly that western wear is back in full force. 

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With stars like Diplo, Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus all appearing at this year’s awards ceremony is blinged-out cowboy attire, there’s no denying that the over-the-top style has won the hearts of some of music’s heavy hitters. 

The ladies of the Grammys were also on board with this trend, as stars like Rosalia and Yola also embraced leather and fringe for their red carpet looks.

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Although at first glance the trend might not seem super wearable, there are actually subtle ways to work this trend into your wardrobe, minus all the neon and sequins. I’d also recommend sticking one or two pieces at a time like this chic street style example, or else risk looking like an extra on the set of “Westworld”.

Ahead, find nine of our favourite Western-inspired pieces for a fashionable take on this season’s hottest trend.

L’Intervalle Morgan Tan Suede Boot

Image via The September.

Paired with jeans or a floaty sundress, these suede Western boots update any look, without venturing too far into costume territory.

SHOP IT: The September, $280

R13 Exaggerated Collar Cowboy Shirt 

Image via Shopbop.

Featuring two contrasting patterns, this button-up shirt offers a playful and modern take on this timeless trend. 

SHOP IT: Shopbop, $513

501® Original Cropped Women's Jeans

Image via Levi's.

A pair of relaxed jeans done in a soft washed black are a great way to ease away from skinnies and into a more relaxed style.

SHOP IT: Levis, $108

Black Rock Western Belt

Image via Free People

With brushed silver hardware, this suede belt adds the finishing touch to any outfit. 

SHOP IT: Free People, $50

Chloe Small Marcie Fringe Leather Saddle Bag

Image via Saks Fifth Avenue.

It doest get more on trend for Western wear than leather and fringe, and this crossbody bag has the best of both worlds.

SHOP IT: Saks Fifth Avenue, $1,495

Karen Trimmed Rancher

Image via Anthropologie.

Keep the sun out of your eyes while you enjoy the great outdoors, or just keep this hat on hand for bad hair days. 

SHOP IT: Anthropologie, $170 ($129 USD)

Elsie Dress

Image via Reformation.

If taking style cues from cowboys isn’t your vibe, opt for a feminine prairie-style dress to get in on the trend instead. 

SHOP IT: Reformation, $460

Patterned Satin Scarf

Image via H&M.

Worn in your hair, around your neck, or on a handbag, a silk scarf is a versatile piece that will take any look to the next level.

SHOP IT: H&M, $13

Madewell The Oversized Jean Jacket

Image via Nordstrom.

Classic and casual, a good jean jacket is a wardrobe staple that will get plenty of use this season and for years to come.

SHOP IT: Nordstrom, $176

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