What to Pack for a Weekend at the Wander Inn: Western Style Outfit Ideas
I head out for Texas tomorrow for the second annual Ride Wild Wandxr event and country Western outfits are all running through my mind. I am thinking of a mixture of sultry Beth Dutton, a little bit of glamorous Dolly Parton, and a whole lotta adventurous cowgirl chic. So what does one pack for the Wander Inn? I’ve included a few outfit inspiration photos and a packing list below. Keep scrolling! If you have any questions about the weekend events and itinerary, make sure to check out the Ride Wild website here for more information!
Country glam casual.
Pack your swimsuit and shades for margaritas in the pool.
Country music festival chic.
Country western chic for dinner and live music.
Casual comfortable for axe throwing and daily activities at the Wander Inn
Off-roading outfit. Prepare to get dusty!
Let me be real clear here, there isn’t a 24-hour anything down the road from the Wander Inn. You are in the country. Luckily, there will be plenty of other women around so if you do forget to pack something, someone will probably have it. But it’s good to always be prepared. Weather will be between 50 -83 degrees Fahrenheit. A few cloudy days, but overall, really nice weather! (Last year Texas was hot, hot, HOT!)
- bug spray
- jean jacket
- insulated jacket
If you are sharing a room, might I recommend the following:
- sleep mask
- headphones/noise canceling machine
The dress code for the weekend is kick-ass girly casual. That means, bring clothes you feel comfortable in (this is not a fashion contest), can adventure in, and still feel pretty. You will be out in the country so let all your country Western outfit dreams come true. Don’t forget that the Junk Gypsy store is located right at the front of the property for all your cowgirl shopping dreams! You can also head into downtown Round Top for some cute boutique shopping.
- shorts or skirts
- denim or leather jacket, hoodie, or sweatshirt (DIY a denim jacket if you’d like!)
- cowboy hat or trucker hats are highly encouraged
- bandanas to look cute and keep the dust out of your face while you’re on a motorcycle or off-roading
- socks, the good kind that don’t slip off your ankles or give you blisters
- t-shirts, vests, tank tops, etc.
- small backpack, crossbody bag or fanny pack
- Western, fringe, or turquoise anything
Boots + Sandals:
- Boots- the rugged kind. A good ole’ pair of cowboy or moto boots will be just fine. The roads are dirt and the grass is tall, if you don’t want them to get dust or dirt on them (ahem anything suede or white) I suggest leaving them at home.
- sandals for those lazy mornings on the porch, or a dip in the pool.
Friday Night is Karaoke Night! Dress up like your favorite rockstar (inspo board featured above.) Costumes and wigs are highly encouraged!
Saturday Night: Dreams & Gasoline! Don’t forget that Saturday is International Female Ride Day with offroading Polaris vehicles, shopping, motorcycle rides, a cowgirl pool party, and a live music + BBQ dinner that night hosted with Junk Gypsy!
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