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Cowboy Fresh Styled - Tyler Bicknell

Cowboy Fresh Styled - Tyler Bicknell
Ladies, you've asked for it and it is finally here! We've teamed up with some of the most fashionable ladies in rodeo to style our graphic tees. Our first guest blog post is from Tyler Bicknell, our brand photographer. Tyler, who lives in Louisiana, has an eye for pieces that can be dressed up or down. We hope you like her first three looks and stay tuned to see how other rodeo fashionistas style the tees.  

Hey y'all! I'm Tyler, a south Louisiana based photographer. If you took a glance into my closet over 50% off it is graphic tees. Growing up, my dad was my best friend & his fashion style of tee shirts rubbed off on me. I choose 3 different tees & added my own flare to them! 

My favorite go to staple pieces in my closet are graphic tees of all kinds. Depending on where I'm heading I either dress them up or dress them down. Gimme a pair of high top chuck Taylor's & skinny jeans (cuffed up of course) and I'm ready to knock out my errands around town. I added my go to basic choker for a little personal touch. 

Purchase this Headdress tee.

In the south, we don't get a true winter. So most of the time I can get away with wearing a graphic tee with a jean jacket. I added a concho necklace & a western lifestyle staple wild rag to dress up it. Since there's some red on the tee, I figured why not add some extra red with my corral boots to tie together my entire outfit! 

Purchase this Vintage Cowboy tee.

My go to outfit for sessions are skinny jeans & high tops. The goal is to be comfortable & be able to move around. Throw on a graphic tee & add a little personal touch like I did with my necklace. 

Purchase this Crest - White tee.


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