Yellowstone: How to Dress the Part

Photograph Courtesy of Paramount Pictures

In its fifth season, “Yellowstone” has become one of cable’s most popular TV series. I’m pretty sure that you’ve heard of it, but if not, that’s okay. You may just consider spending a little more time outside your bunker 😉 because you’ve got something extraordinary to discover. So, here’s the show’s lowdown as presented by “Rotten Tomatoes,” a  leading  online aggregator of movie and TV show reviews from critics:

Oscar and Emmy winner Kevin Costner is the marquee attraction of the ensemble cast in this drama series, starring as the patriarch of a powerful, complicated family of ranchers. A sixth-generation homesteader and devoted father, John Dutton, controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States. He operates in a corrupt world where politicians are compromised by influential oil and lumber corporations and land grabs make developers billions. Amid shifting alliances, unsolved murders, open wounds, and hard-earned respect, Dutton’s property is in constant conflict with those it borders – an expanding town, an Indian reservation and America’s first national park.

And let me tell you, boy do they look good while they’re acting their parts. Burns Cowboy Shop is proud to be part of this hit TV series and has provided characters with everything from chaps and hats to hatbands, belts and buckles, jackets and boots.

The Reilly hat-low gus hand curl saddle distressed is one of Burns’ most popular hats. It was made famous by Kelly Reilly in her iconic role as Beth Dutton, the daughter of John Dutton, a wealthy ranch owner and now governor of Montana. And, John has an affinity for soft, zip-up vests.

Many fans have been inspired by Yellowstone’s fashion savvy because each of its characters wears traditional ranch wear that tends to feel real while it complements each of the characters.

Filmed on a real Montana ranch, Yellowstone features a cast of characters that also include the bunkhouse, a group of roaming cowboys who like plaid; Rip, one of John’s ranch-hands who fittingly seems to like everything black; Jamie, John’s son, who puts a western spin on the preppy look; and Kayce, another son, who mostly dons classic cowboy beige denim.

Overall, the styles are unassuming and subtle. It’s clothing that’s functional and practical making it attainable for the not so rich and famous. It looks good on and off camera. So, which character would you like to model your wardrobe (or at least a little piece of it) after?

Get inspired here:

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