Canadian influencer Sarah Nicole Landry sparkles in western-inspired look

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Sarah Nicole Landry. Photo via Instagram @thebirdspapaya
Sarah Nicole Landry stunned fans in a gorgeous sparkly look. (Photo via Instagram @thebirdspapaya)

Sarah Nicole Landry is showing off her love for country music in style.

The Canadian influencer and self-love advocate — better known as The Birds Papaya — took to Instagram to share a video on Sunday, rocking a sparkly western-themed outfit for the popular Canadian country music festival, Boots & Hearts.

The clip shows Landry walking down a dirt road in a "stunning" silver, tasseled mini dress paired with white, knee-high cowboy boots and a beige hat.

She kept the caption short for her more than 2 million followers, writing: "@bootsandhearts," alongside a very fitting cowboy hat and sparkle emoji.

Fans quickly met Landry's video with praise for her "stunning" festival look.

"OMG, this is everything!" one Instagram user penned, while another wrote, "Need to know where the outfit is from! You look hot!"

"I wasn’t ready and OMG, I need this whole look," someone else replied to the post.

"Oh my goodness.The country serve is real," another added.

"Exactly what I needed to see today," someone else chimed in, while another commented, "I love this look so much. It's giving Dolly Parton! You look amazing. Chef's kiss!"

One person wrote: "Stop! This look is everything!"

"Excuse me as I pick my jaw up off the floor. Damn," shared another.

One fan sounded off: "This is the most stunning festival look I've ever seen!"

Landry shared an additional video showing off her Boots & Hearts look, revealing that it was the first music festival she had ever been to.

"First festival and it’s a country one! @shaniatwain @bootsandhearts here we come!" she wrote. "Hair and makeup by me."

Last week, Landry shared a video paired with an inspirational message about not letting others' opinions of her body stop her from making fun memories, and evidently, she is walking the walk.

"Doing it for 80-year-old me to have these memories to replay over and over again," Landry wrote.

"I don't want to be so focused on another's point of view that I forget about this one," she added over a reel of herself getting into a pool with her infant daughter.

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