Get Rip Wheeler’s look from just about every episode of Yellowstone so far.
If there’s anything we can count on in the unpredictable world of Yellowstone, it’s Rip’s loyalty—to an all-black wardrobe. (Oh, and to Dutton Ranch, of course.) Rip Wheeler’s look—that classic cowboy style, complete with his now-iconic jacket, cowboy hat, and sunglasses—is something we’ve enjoyed since Season 1, Episode 1.
Get Rip Wheeler’s look from the latest episode (heck, every episode) below, and stay tuned for a few more fashion recaps before the season ends.
A note to our readers: Not all looks below are the actual products worn in the show. However, they are inspired by the Western Yellowstone styles we know and love.
Get the Look: Rip Wheeler
Yellowstone, Season 4, Episode 9 (and more!)
We featured Cole Hauser, the actor who portrays Rip Wheeler in Yellowstone, on the cover of our November/December 2021 issue (as well as the cover of our July 2019 issue alongside actors Luke Grimes and Wes Bentley). We chatted about Season 4, other projects he’s working on, and how he tackles the show’s dramatic story line. Read an excerpt of his conversation with Senior Writer Joe Leydon here:
C&I: John Dutton is a man who demands absolute loyalty from the people who work at his ranch — they’re literally branded when they sign on and are forbidden to leave — and Rip serves as his enforcer. Would you agree that it’s almost like the whole set-up is a cult of sorts?
Cole: I don’t know if cult is the right word. It’s more of a secret society, in a way. A society that’s probably been around not only throughout the history of the Dutton family, but prior to it. They’ve had this tradition, that when you work on the ranch, you come here and you’re branded as a man, and you die as a branded man. That’s your allegiance to the family. But I wouldn’t say cult.
Photography: (Yellowstone images) Emerson Miller/courtesy Paramount Network; (Product images) courtesy vendors