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Country Western Style for the Downtown Hoedown

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Heading to the Downtown Hoedown but not sure what to wear? Fashion expert Deanna Reyes has several ideas.

All the apparel seen on models during the segment can be found at Scott Colburn on 20411 Farmington Road in Livonia. Visit the store online at www.scottcolburnwestern.com.

Alanna (inspired by artist Edens Edge, playing Friday night)

Hat - Kenny Chesney inspired Blue Chair Bay - $40

Necklace- Boho Necklace - $35

Dress- Rancho + Estansia - $50

Boots- Justin - $195

Conrad (inspired by headliner Dierks Bentley, playing Saturday night)

Hat- Kenny Chesney Inspired Blue Chair Bay - $40

Plaid over shirt- Wrangler - $29

T- Shirt- Southern Thread - $29

Belt Buckle- $24

Jeans- Wrangler - $58

Boots- Boulet (boo-lay) black leather - $215

Katie (inspired by artist Jana Kramer, playing Saturday)

Boots - Ariat embroidered rose boots - $420

Men's white button down - Wrangler - $30

Jean shorts- Wrangler booty-lifting enhancing shorts

Turquoise necklace

Alissa (inspired by headliner Miranda Lambert, playing Sunday)

Top- Liberty Wear - $30

Necklace- red stone

Jeggings- $46

Boots- Roper black rhinestone boots - $116

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