Urban prairie girls coming to a town near you and are...trendier than ever? Whether you live on the prairie or not, the style of the season (and the past summer season) incorporates the typical"prairie girl" into an urban scene, otherwise known as U.P.G., or Urban Prairie Girl. In an article from WWD, they predicted that "Prairie Tale" or otherwise known as "Urban Prairie" is expected to be a Spring 2019 trend. Yes, I am referring to the style of the 1800s and calling it a current fashion trend.
Some of you are probably wondering (because I know I am) — what exactly is the prairie girl fashion and how do you make it trendy? Is it possible to partake in certain trends from this style without going full-on prairie girl? Absolutely. According to The New York Times, a typical prairie girl style includes puffy sleeves, peasant tops, tunic dresses, boots, flowy silhouettes, ruffles, high collar necks, floral, a lot of rough textures and fringe. A lot of people would describe this type of style as kind of messy and all over the place, especially compared to past fashion styles that are more put-together. But whether you like it or not, prairie girls are more stylish than ever.
For those of you jumping onto the prairie girl style trend, or even just incorporating certain garments of this style into your everyday wear, here are ways to not just join the urban prairie bandwagon, but to nail it.