Dress like Annie Oakley Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

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How to Dress like Annie Oakley The Female Sharpshooter

Annie Oakley's style is very recognizable for its western lady statement. She wears a western styled shirt with long sleeves, a matching skirt, cowboy boots, and a cowboy hat. She's also remembered by her long curly, frizzy, hair. If you want to recreate Annie Oakley's look, check out our item list down below for the direction!

# Item Description
1 Women's Vintage Western Cowboy Shirt Get a plain white cowboy styled shirt with long sleeves.
2 Western Bolo Tie Look for a beautiful bolo tie that you like to wear on your shirt.
3 Brown Suede Waistcoat with Tassel Top the shirt with a brown suede waistcoat to show off your cowboy side.
4 Brown Suede Skirt Match your waistcoat with a brown suede skirt.
5 Brown Vintage Western Leather Belts Pick a western styled belt in brown color.
6 Cowboy Western Boots Get a pair of brown boots with a western touch to it.
7 Straw Cowboy Hat Get a cowboy hat or straw cowboy hat in the shade of brown.
8 Brown Frizzy Wig Get a big frizzy wig in brown shade.
9 Shotgun Prop Since Annie Oakley is a gunner, how could you don't have a gun when you dress like her? Get a shotgun prop.

About Annie Oakley

Annie Oakley was an American sharpshooter, a person who is highly trained at firing firearms accurately, and exhibition shooter. At the age of 15 years old, Oakley's gift was recognized as she won a shooting contest against a traveling-show marksman named Frank E. Butler. Despite the victory, Oakley's shot also won her Butler's heart because she later married him. A few years after, the couple joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. Then Oakley's professional reputation raised to the peak. She became a well-known international sharpshooter star, performing before royalty and heads of state.

Oakley also was variously known as "Miss Annie Oakley", "Little Sure Shot", "Little Miss Sure Shot", "Watanya Cicilla", "Phoebe Anne Oakley", "Mrs. Annie Oakley", "Mrs. Annie Butler", and "Mrs. Frank Butler".