It took us a minute to recalibrate our style settings – it is a rodeo suit, after all – but we wound up really loving this look for her.
First, it’s a classic in many ways – literally. A vintage suit from the legendary Nudie’s Rodeo Tailors, who provided stagewear for Johnny Cash, Elton John and Dolly Parton, among others. Second, there’s a real sense of strength in a look like this; an image she clearly wants to project, both here and later, on stage, when she was accompanied by a squadron of the singing sisterhood, all decked out in white, providing backup (in every sense of the phrase) as she made her way through “Praying,” dressed in a white suit similar to this one. And finally, it stands out among all the other attention-seeking fashion just for being different. We’d have rec’d she keep the jacket closed and definitely would’ve shoo’d her away from those boots, but it’s a good, strong look for her. And the rose embroidery made a perfect embellishment, as if to say she didn’t need to carry a white rose to remind her of better days ahead.
Vintage Nudie’s Rodeo Tailors Embroidered Suit
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Coomi Trinity Ring in 18K White Gold with Cab Emerald Center Stone and Heart Shaped Diamonds
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