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November 21, 2016

Sofia Richie rocks Wildfox on the cover of Sweets Magazine! 14976443_10154804358211055_8476684742506456943_o

n the pages of the publication – which is an off-shoot of treats! magazine – she puts her youth on full display as the pictorial takes place at a roller rink.

 There is one look, however, that shows her mature side as she sports a silky white corset featuring floral embroidery on it
rowing up in the spotlight, Sofia Richie, daughter of Lionel and baby sister of Nicole, is a born-ready red-carpet professional. Whether she’s walking a red carpet in a prim cream blazer dress with her buttery blonde hair tied in a neat updo or attending a Fashion Week show in a midriff-baring top and slouchy jeans, the 19-year-old always looks more stylish, put-together, and chic than most people her age (and older.) Sofia has a unique style as she tries many things without being afraid to use it, now she is working on a new line which involves western style.

The thing with the Western trend is that it takes a delicate touch to pull it off. You don’t want to wear the look from head to toe, lest people think you’ve run away from the set of Bonanza. We recommend incorporating just one or two elements at a time—like turquoise jewelry and a peasant blouse—to keep your look grounded firmly in modern times. Take it from us it’s all about the mix. Adding a little bit of a Western vibe into your most basic fall and spring outfits (think jeans and sandals and pretty white dresses) is an easy way to look trendy without going overboard.

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Cowboy boots are the defining piece that labels your look distinctly “Western.” But even within the cowboy boots category, there is a huge range of style variation even for little kids, the Kids Western Wear has been on top of the trends of 2019. For the flashier gals — fashion-forward countrywomen and barrel racers especially — pointy-toed boots are extremely popular. Traditionalists — like lots of horse show people — prefer square-toed varieties (which are comfy and easy to ride in.)

The fashion cowboy boot category has exploded the past few years. High-end boot designers like Old Gringo have pioneered the genre with funky decorative styles and embellishment. At the more affordable end of the range are Corral or Laredo boots, which have similar looks. And for comfort, you can’t beat Ariat (the designers are former Nike employees.)

Ahead, we’ve shopped out six essential elements of the new way to wear Western, from suede to fringe, classic cowboy boots and more.

Sofia Richie’s name might be on everybody’s lips, thanks to news of a bubbling romance with Scott Disick, but she’s been around for a while. When you grow up with fashion influencer Nicole Richie for a sister, it’s hard to avoid the spotlight. But Sofia embraces it with ease, maintaining a signature look that’s all her own.

Sofia’s style can be defined as feminine meets grunge, accessorized to boot with key designer pieces. While she got her start modeling for Madonna‘s line Material Girl and covering magazines, she now sits front row at Fashion Week, hangs out with It girls from the #WangSquad, and makes flashy statements wherever she goes. Read on for 20 reasons we’ve got our eyes on her.

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October 10, 2016


Hailey Baldwin does Paris Street Style right in Brockenbow denim!

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May 25, 2016


As seen in the latest issue of Obvious Magazine – Vimmia’s reversible Splice pant!

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May 15, 2016


Gigi Hadid rocks sweatpants in style with these Wildfox Party Sweats Malibu Sweats

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May 4, 2016


Maja Wyh gets the most out of her By Malene Birger Scothis cardigan by wearing it on both sides!

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April 25, 2016



Khloe Kardashian looks amazing wearing VIMMIA for the May 2016 issue of Shape Magazine

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April 8, 2016



Nina Agdal looks workout chic in this head-to-toe VIMMIA outfit while in NYC training for the Sports Illustrated Swimwear issue!

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April 2, 2016



Coco Rocha dances into Spring in Nic + Zoe’s Spring 2016 campaign