10 Must-Have Items of Western Baby Clothing


Want to turn your toddler in a cowpoke? These items of Western baby clothing will have you screaming, “Yee haw!” as you dress up your tot.

Yee haw!

Who’s ready for a rootin’ tootin’ good time?

Whether you’re looking for western baby clothing for a dress-up party or just because it’s adorable no matter when you wear it, there are some important pieces you have to have.

Continue reading this article to learn about the cutest western clothing you need for your baby.

Girls (and Boys) Just Want to Have Fun

When you’re dressing up your little cutie, remember to keep fun in mind. You don’t want to buy stiff and uncomfortable clothing. This list below will give you ideas about the best western clothing but make sure they are comfortable when you make your purchase.

1. Boots, Boots, Wonderful Boots!

When you think about western, the first thing to come to mind is boots. If you don’t have a good pair of boots when you’re out on the range — you’re in big trouble.

Every outfit you buy is going to need a pair of boots with it, so grab a pair or two before you buy anything else. You might want to have two pairs of boots, so you can have one for play and one for dress-up.

If you think boots are just boots then you haven’t seen a boot store dedicated to only selling boots. There are a wide variety of boots to choose from — even in the tiny tot size!

2. Jean Vest

Well, howdy partner. You’re looking mighty western there with that jean vest on today. No one will be able to mistake what look you’re going for when you’re little cowboy or cowgirl has on their jean vest along with their boots.

3. Dresses Galore

Whether you’re looking for a toddler cowgirl dress or you want an infant cowgirl dress, there are so many choices. The more frills and horses the dress has, the more obvious it is that your little one is dressed up as a cowgirl.

Dresses don’t have to be fancy. You’ll find plenty of playtime dresses for your little cutie pie. 

4. Embroidered Jeans

Cowgirls always did have a flair for color and fun and embroidered jeans give you a lot of options. Whether you want embroidered horses, flowers, butterflies or some other great design, you’re likely to find it.

5. Bootcut Jeans

Can’t figure out why your baby’s boots won’t fit in their jeans right? It’s most likely because they’re not wearing bootcut jeans. Bootcut jeans are specifically made to give enough room where baby’s boots can be worn with ease.

6. Leather Belt

Does it feel like your baby’s outfit is missing something? If your kiddos aren’t wearing a belt with their pants — that’s probably it. Even if they don’t need belts to hold their pants up, leather belts are a great accessory to bring that extra flair to the outfit.

Do you want to take the belt to the next level? Sequins, honey! Sequins!

7. Patched Jeans

As you might have guessed — jeans are a staple of western wear. There’s never enough jeans in your closet when you want to look like a true western cowgirl or cowboy.

Patched jeans are a great way to fit in when you’re in the west. Whether you’ve earned the patches through years of wear or you’ve bought the jeans with patches — it’s a great look. Since your little one isn’t likely to wear their jeans for long enough to put their own holes in their jeans, you’ll probably have to buy them that way.

8. Button Up Shirts

Girls, boys — it doesn’t matter. Button up shirts (especially plaid) are a sign of a true western outfit. Green, blue, red plaid, it’s all good.

Just make sure you have lots of it.

9. Cowboy Hats

Picking up a cowboy hat off the rack isn’t as simple as that. When you want your little one to have the best experience wearing their cowboy hat, make sure you choose one that is comfortable to wear.

If you get a hat that is too big for their little heads, that’s an obvious problem but a hat that is too small can be uncomfortable as well. If you aren’t sure what size cowboy hat your little one should wear, take a shot at measuring their head so you can get the right size.

10. Overalls

You didn’t think we were going to forget about overalls, did you? Overalls just might be the cutest thing you ever put on your baby. The beauty about overalls is that they are super durable and they can keep your kiddos underclothing clean.

Wearing overalls allows you to buy a bunch of underclothing and change them out as much as you want while still keeping their little legs warm with the overalls.

Your baby can wear boots with the overalls or you might even opt for sandals if it is warm and you don’t plan on having them out in the cow pasture.

It’s Time to Get Dressed

Now you have a lot of options for getting your baby into western garb. Have fun dressing up your little one and getting all the compliments from everyone you meet.

Learn About Western Baby Clothing & Beyond

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About Author

LaDonna Dennis

LaDonna Dennis is the founder and creator of Mom Blog Society. She wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Friend*Animal Lover* Former writer of Frost Illustrated and, Cancer...SURVIVOR! LaDonna is happily married to the love of her life, the mother of 3 grown children and "Grams" to 3 grandchildren. She adores animals and has four furbabies: Makia ( a German Shepherd, whose mission in life is to be her attached to her hip) and Hachie, (an OCD Alaskan Malamute, and Akia (An Alaskan Malamute) who is just sweet as can be. And Sassy, a four-month-old German Shepherd who has quickly stolen her heart and become the most precious fur baby of all times. Aside from the humans in her life, LaDonna's fur babies are her world.

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