NFR Style Guide

NFR Style Guide

August 2023 - By Jodi Weishaar Hendrickson, a mother, cowgirl and founder of Fringe Scarves.  Fringe Scarves picks broken down by the look you may be going for!

Viva Las Vegas! The National Finals Rodeo is one of our favourite events of the year - reuniting with friends around the country, cheering on our favourite rodeo athletes, supporting our great sport of rodeo, and, of course, dressing to the nines!

I love putting together 10 rounds of outfits I may not get to wear in my every day life and shows off my personal style. Not everything that happens in Vegas has to stay in Vegas! I love adding accessories like wild rags to my Vegas looks that can then be incorporated into my daily wear when I get home. Here are my Fringe Scarves picks broken down by the look you may be going for!


This is my favorite type of NFR look. With vintage pieces you cannot find just anywhere, your outfit is one of a kind. These wild rags incorporate vintage western pieces like silver, turquoise, and beadwork into their designs.


Vintage pin up cowgirls in each corner for four unique ways to wear! Comes in white, red, and black


Boot stitching and saddle yoke scrolls and a vintage patina filter across the entire design.


A collage scarf with a buffalo design made of entirely vintage pieces, like the seed bead appliques on the edges!
Vintage colours and starburst patterns with pop art details that scream retro rodeo
Nothing makes heads turn like a beautiful turquoise squash blossom.
Comes in black, bone, brown, and cayenne
This design is one of our first collage scarves and is one of our most popular wild rags of all time. People love bright colours, cactus, and whimsical jackalopes.
Vintage pink combines the best of both worlds for a perfect NFR outfit.
Retro rodeo at its finest with neon brands, pop art steers and a wild saddle bronc ride front and centre.
Another new scarf for 2022 that combines our favourite turquoise details with roses, golden horse shoes, and our signature tag line, "Stick Your Neck Out and Tie One On"
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