Archery fashion: it’s a thing. From arrow displays in Louis Vuitton to target graphics in J. Crew, we’re seeing archery everywhere. Models with bows; designers accessorizing with quivers. We’ve pulled together thirteen of our favorite archery fashion looks featuring bow-and-arrow inspiration.
A sweeping ballgown adds a touch of luxury to our favorite sport, and compliments the graceful lines of the recurve bow.
Archery surrounded by bricks and rubble never looked so glam.
Shimmery sequins make this dress look high-tech…just like this model’s Olympic-style recurve bow.
Archery by the sea would be a dream in this sea-green outfit. Bowfishing with a longbow, perhaps?
We’re beginning to see crossbows everywhere, and this ad is evidence: fashion influenced by a bit of extra shooting power.
Leading lines on this fashion-forward shirt and pants look like roads and railroad tracks remind us District 6 in “The Hunger Games” – and the clean lines often found in archers with great shooting techniques.
Influence: Lumberjack Look
Layers, tall boots and skinny jeans are always in fashion, and this model’s recurve bow makes the look even cooler.
Influence: Dynamic Textiles
Bold patterns and bright colors bring to mind artisans and hand-dyed textiles. The bow? That’s all natural, too.
Influence: Wide-Open Fields
A chambray shirt and no-fuss hairstyle are spot-on for fall archery practice.
Influence: Fierce Winter
A hands-free way to carry a bow and arrows, plus an amazing outfit with fur trim, makes snowy weather seem the height of archery fashion.
Between the weeping willow and the dusty pink palette, we love this look that reminds us of Cupid’s arrow.
We wish she’d string her bow properly, but we give her credit for this fiery palette.
Influence: The Cold North
An archery-influenced ensemble with this neutral color palette would blend perfectly in the Arctic…or anywhere you want to make a statement.
Influence: The Capitol
“The Hunger Games'” Effie Trinkett would approve of this unique makeup and headpiece that’s complimented by arrows with beautiful flu-flu fletchings.
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