Country girls shake it for me! Giddy up ya'll because country music's biggest party weekend is back again for another year, and the outfits (and music) have yet to disappoint. Stagecoach is home to country's biggest names and trendiest cowgirls (and boys), and this year was no different.
April hits, and the Empire Polo Grounds open up. After two weekends of Coachella, country music takes over, and so does Guy Fieri. Spread across 250 acres and multiple stages, the country's hottest names, from Luke Bryan to Tyler Childers, Chris Stapleton, Gabby Barrett, and more took over the festival grounds and sang their hearts out! Besides getting to see your favorite country singer perform in the hot desert sun, Stagecoach is home to the finest BBQ in all of the nation- Guy Fieri's Smokehouse, the Bud Light Backyard where you can get cold brews all day long, the HonkyTonk Dance Hall for a big ole country dance party, and so much more. It sounds like a country dream, doesn't it?
And, now for the second (if not the first) most crucial part of any festival-the fashion. Unlike Coachella, Stagecoach has more of an unspoken dress code due to its country atmosphere and lineup. Since the festival's launch in 2007, cowboy boots have been an obvious staple for the thousands of attendees, but since western-core has become more mainstream recently, country lovers have been looking for new ways to achieve their ideal Yellowstone meets Stagecoach look.
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Over the past weekend, we saw cowboy boots in every shape, size, and color, but what else were the cowgirls and boys wearing? On the first day of the festival, Stagecoach promoted a denim tuxedo theme, where festival goers brought out their best denim on denim lewks, while days two and three were left up to the guests. Besides the guaranteed cowboy hats, denim shorts, metal buckle belts, and bandanas, we also saw a lot of floral, crochet two-pieces, fringe-styled tops and accessorries, band tees, and Orville Peck-inspired masks. And now, as the weekend comes to a close, and you're hanging up your hat, taking off your boots, and driving home listening to One Margarita, just remember, we'll always have next year to do it again…