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Dancing like a cowgirl, new playlist!

Hi everyone!

How did you start the week?

Today, to put soundtrack to your days, I bring you a new playlist that you can already listen on my Spotify account. I hope you like it as much as I enjoyed creating it! You can listen it clicking HERE.

I want to show you a style that I especially like, country and all kinds of songs that remember a desert in Arizona or a Honky tonk, the typical bar with music from the south of the USA. Surely many of these songs remind you of typical Tennessee landscapes, cowboy boots or the particular hat always present in the western movies. Although you don’t usually listen this type of music, I’m sure you will recognize many of these themes. I have to admit that it’s a very eclectic list, very personal. These are my memories, my feelings and the moments I have lived in my trips to the US. I have also put subjects that I danced in my Country / Line Dance classes, something that I’m passionate about since I was 15 years old. When I have a little more time I will start it again.

To share with you these songs, I want to show you some pictures with an outfit inspired by the style of the old west. Don’t you think that the combination with the landscape is so great? In addition, these clothes and accessories are trends, after brands such as Moschino have made reference to this style in their collections.

In this case, I opted for a ‘total black look‘, with a black central buttoned suit as the base of the look. To give that ‘western touch’, I’ve combined it with a cowboy hat of the same color and boots with animal print.

I hope these songs inspire you as much as they do with me. And if you have time, watch the choreography on YouTube to be able to dance with your family and friends. We can’t lose the value of this musical style!

I send you a hug!

 

 

Photography: David Prades @davidprades_photo
Stylist: Raquel Costa @raquelcostastylist

Jumpsuit: Cuplé Moda
Hat and boots: Sendra Boots

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