I've recently developed a curiosity for western movies since my grandpa lent me his favorite movie Blazing Saddles, which pokes fun at them. In particular, Revisionist Westerns which don't necessarily follow the "good cowboys fight the evil Indians." These stories favorably depict Mexicans and Native Americans, women are featured in stronger or more prominent roles and have a more realistic tone. Movies included some modern movies including 3:10 to Yuma, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee and There Will Be Blood. These movies made their debut around the time of WWII and have continued to be made today.
But the real reason you're here is probably to see an outfit. My vintage cowboy flannel paired with a thrifted school-girl skirt felt very much like a revised Western outfit. Not your typical cowboy boots and turquoise, but I felt it had a Western flare nonetheless.
vintage skirt, belt, boots and shirt, GAP sweater