Madonna recalls her western-inspired Don’t Tell Me dress in denim overalls and an artsy straw hat

Madonna recalls her country-western-inspired Don’t Tell Me costume with new selfies in denim overalls and an artsy straw hat for Tu B’av Jewish festival

She is a famous follower of the mystical sect of Judaism known as Kabbalah.

And Madonna took to her Instagram to mark a somewhat esoteric holiday within the Jewish faith on Saturday, known as Tu b’Av, which translates to the 16th day of the Hebrew lunar calendar month of Av.

The Queen of Pop, 62, shared a gallery of arresting selfies in which she wore a wide-brimmed distressed purple straw hat.

Land Goddess: Madonna took to her Instagram on Saturday to mark a somewhat esoteric holiday within the Jewish faith known as Tu b’Av

She continued the country theme in distressed jeans, with patches on the knees and only one strap on her shoulder.

Underneath, her Madgesty wore a tight-fitting, sleeveless gray blouse.

She had her usual multitude of necklaces layered above her breasts.

Sitting pretty: The Queen of Pop, 62, shared a gallery of arresting selfies in which she wore a wide-brimmed, distressed purple straw hat

Sitting pretty: The Queen of Pop, 62, shared a gallery of arresting selfies in which she wore a wide-brimmed, distressed purple straw hat

She wore what looked like a safety pin as an earring in her ear.

The Vogue hitmaker capped off her western-inspired look with a pair of bright blonde pigtails hanging from either side of her chest.

Madonna also wore brown suede cowboy boots.

It's a vibe: She continued the country theme with a pair of worn-out denim overalls, with patches on the knees and just one strap fastened to her shoulder.

Vibing: She continued the country theme with a pair of worn-out denim overalls, with patches on the knees and only one strap fastened to her shoulder

It’s a vibe: She continued the country theme with a pair of worn-out denim overalls, with patches on the knees and just one strap fastened to her shoulder.

She was in a spartan room with a bare wooden floor and gray wooden planks for walls.

The last photo in the slideshow was of a vintage vinyl record of the old song No Te Quiero Mas, translated to I Don’t Love You Anymore, a composition by Juan Bauer.

In the caption, Madonna wrote: “Full moon in the blue room…” and added a moon emoji along with the hashtag #tubav, denoting the Jewish love festival.

Music Rating: The last photo in the slideshow was of a vintage vinyl record of the song No Te Quiero Mas, translated to I Dont Love You Anymore, a composition by Juan Bauer

Music Rating: The last photo in the slideshow was of a vintage vinyl record of the song No Te Quiero Mas, translated to I Don’t Love You Anymore, a composition by Juan Bauer

Her outfit was reminiscent of another country-western-inspired look, specifically the one she wore for her brilliant 2000 music video for Don’t Tell Me, from her studio album Music.

Madonna first became involved with Kabbalah in New York City in the late 1990s, after the birth of her first child Lourdes.

For many years after, she was a fixture at the city’s Kabbalah Center, also infusing songs on her albums Ray Of Light, Music and Confessions On A Dance Floor with references to Jewish mysticism and beyond.

Referring to her past, her outfit was reminiscent of another country-western-inspired look, specifically the one she wore for her brilliant 2000 music video for Don't Tell Me

Remember when: Her outfit was reminiscent of another country-western-inspired look, specifically the one she wore for her brilliant 2000 music video for Don't Tell Me

Referring to her past, her outfit was reminiscent of another country-western-inspired look, specifically the one she wore for her brilliant 2000 music video for Don’t Tell Me

More of the same: A recent silly Instagram story from the Borderline star also invoked the Don't Tell Me country era

More of the same: A recent silly Instagram story from the Borderline star also invoked the Don’t Tell Me country era

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