The Shirt of the Season Just Got Better

From 10-gallon hats to Cuban-heeled boots, all-American cowboy style is having a moment in menswear right now. From where we sit, there’s no better way to nod to the trend than with a Western shirt. With its pointed yoke, flap-front pockets, and snap button closure the shirt has a swagger and rugged appeal your regular button-downs can’t match. And you don’t have to wear it on the ranch either. Depending on which color you pick—we have more than 10 in our lineup right now—and how you style it up, the tried and true shirt can take you just about anywhere. Here are a few of our favorite ways to wear the cowboy staple right now. Pick your favorite and ride off into the sunset in style.

Uniform Appeal

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Bring the Western shirt into your work wardrobe by sticking with sophisticated colors and fabrics. A pale blue twill Western shirt and tan dress pants have a polished look that’s still ultra-cool. Finish the look with tan suede oxfords, which are just casual enough.

Meet the Parents

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A denim Western shirt doesn’t always have to be worn with jeans and cowboy boots. Style it with khaki green chinos and simple sneakers for a classic look that’s more “boy next door” than “outlaw on the run.”

Man in Black

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The black Western shirt is mysterious and rebellious, which is exactly what you’re going for on a Friday or Saturday night out. Just add slim-cut black jeans, black leather boots, and your best hair to complete the look.

Laid Back Looks Good

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A Western shirt that looks like it’s spent a few workdays in the sun is the perfect partner for your off-duty faded jeans and knit kicks—and the most comfortable weekend look imaginable. Go ahead and take an impromptu couch nap in this fit, just don’t forget to tip your cowboy hat over your eyes for the ultimate photo op.