Emma Roberts' style is not always easy to define. One day she's channeling the '70s with groovy florals and the next she's dressed like a real-life cowgirl. Between the boots and the fringe, her latest looks are like a modern-day guide for how to wear the Western trend.
The American Horror Story actor has long been known as the queen of retro clothes, and her newfound obsession with Western attire is just another facet of her perpetual penchant for vintage. Lately, Roberts' style has taken a turn from colorful cat-eye sunglasses to fringe embellishments and boots that make her look like a Texas rancher, but in a good way.
Take her outfit at New York Fashion Week in Feb., for instance, which consisted of a burgundy fringe jacket tucked into a printed maxi skirt. Just before that, the actor wore a golden-hued two piece that incorporated big metal buttons and snap-flap pockets in true boho-cowgirl style.
Needless to say, Roberts has really been calling attention to the country-themed section of her wardrobe lately. Her contemporary take on Western chic just reinforces the fact that Roberts is an authority on '70s fashion. Ahead, four Western-inspired looks to copy immediately.
On Feb. 9, Roberts wore that same jacket you've seen in every Western movie ever: a suede button-up with long fringe across the chest and sleeves. She paired the look with a sheer, printed maxi skirt and boots for a full '70s look courtesy of Longchamp, whose runway show she was en route to.
The actor certainly wasn't too shy to flaunt her Western collection during her visit to Park City for Sundance in Jan. Fresh off the plane, she was spotted in a shearling Coach jacket with Western-style stitching. Then, the following day, she opted for mustard-colored wool separates featuring dual snap-flap pockets (like the coat from the previous day) and chunky metal hardware.
Western style just wouldn't be the same without suede. The matte leather look is essential to Roberts' cowgirl style and the trench coat she sported to an Uber event in Nov. is a case in point. The layer — which is actually a super-affordable Mango find — gave her all-yellow ensemble that signature '70s flair.
Of course, you couldn't call the actor's wardrobe Western if she didn't wear the iconic shoes every now and again. Roberts is certainly no stranger to a pair of cowboy boots. In fact, she wears them often. In one off-duty look, she opted for understated black boots and paired them with animal-print jeans.