The houston livestock show and rodeo has always been the perfect place for attendees to show off their best cowboy and cowgirl attire, particularly on the very popular Tejano Day (last Sunday, March 12), which celebrates Houston's rich Hispanic culture and heritage.

This year guests came dressed to impress in their finery for the matinee concert, which featured La Fiera de Ojinaga and Houston's Mariachi Imperial de America. From bright colors and bold prints to intricate embroidery and floral and western patterns, the crowd was dressed to the nines. Women wore their best leather boots, belts, and statement jewelry. Men sported cowboy hats, bandanas, and embroidered shirts. Some even donned fringed jackets and leather vests.

Upon entering NRG Stadium, the music of Selena Quintanilla Pérez, the queen of Tejano music, filled the stadium. Perez's influence was evident off stage as well, as the fashion inspiration for many women who were wearing clothing inspired by her iconic style, such as her signature red jumpsuit and her bedazzled bustiers.

We stopped a handful of revelers to capture their look for the day. Here are some that caught our eye. 

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