How to Rock your Country Concert Style

Out in the country, we do things our own way. We play in the dirt, wear cowboy boots, and find horse shows a better past time than going to a club. Well, the 50th annual All American Quarter Horse Congress, one of the biggest shows of the year, is just around the corner and they are bringing the band! This year, Kimes Ranch will be hosting a VIP concert with Trick Pony, with one lucky up and coming artist as their opener.

Pony Up! Trick Pony is back and better than ever. The concert will kick off October 22nd, complete with a red carpet and velvet ropes; photographers and band meet and greet; as well as autograph/photo opportunities! You are sure to feel like a star. We are so ready to get a taste of the red carpet experience. Talk about a dream concert!

Only 800 hundred tickets will be issued, so this is going to feel like the band is singing only to you. Best of all? Purchasing $120 worth of Kimes Ranch product at the Congress will get you two tickets for the whole shebang! *while supplies last

After a long day in the show pen, a concert is the perfect time to dress up and stomp your boots. Here is our guide to rocking a glamorous look as a VIP guest.

“Wanderlust” hat. $60 charlie1horsehats.com

Black racer tank top. $28. Kimesranch.com

“Francesca.” $98. Kimesranch.com

Smooth medallion necklace. $156 krsaddleshop.com
Double tier earrings. $196 krsaddleshop.com

Black studded butterfly boots. $261. Krsaddleshop.com

What about the second ticket? We can’t forget about the men in our lives! Rocking a pair of the Watson 2.0 jeans and a crisp button up shirt will look great next to your ensemble. Once you’ve got your cowgirl boots on, round off the look with a pair of boots from the King Ranch Saddle Shop. We love the exotic leathers they provide!

Have your friends swaying along to the beat at home. Trick Pony released a new album, Pony Up that hit Itunes on February 26th.

Listen here

We can’t wait to see what look you’ll be wearing at the Kimes Ranch VIP concert. See you at Congress!

Lainey Smith

StyleMatthew Kimes