I've never owned a pair of cowboy boots, but I've always admired the women who could pull them off. When I had the opportunity to review a pair of Tony Lama boots, I thought - "why not". It's always been a style I've wanted to try and many in the brand's selection are extremely chic and comfortable looking. It's also a great style to showcase during your rounds on the festival circuit this summer!
So, this week - I decided to highlight how I've been wearing my Tony Lama's. I've been working on keeping my look comfortable, casual and still look put together. As a mom on the go - my styles need to be easy to move in and chase after a 5 year old and definitely of the caliber of garments that can camoflouge a bit of spit up here and there. So, point being - I've been wearing florals (great camo) and easy breezy garments. The boots offer an easy to walk in heel, but still enough height to make me feel a little bit taller.
I love accessories, I worked for a corporate accessories retailer for the longest time and my collection has built up. Therefore, it's usually my best route to take when I need to vamp up a simple outfit. In the main image you can see a fun round up of how I've been accessorizing my Tony Lama's.
I highlighted my affinity for wood finishes in this post last week on The Culture Studio and my love has been filtering into my accessories lately. Faded palletes with natural finishes has been my mix lately. My fave polish is that "greige" color from LVX (a local Chicago brand) and I have been mixing up wood accessories with gold. Of course, I added in my Tony Lamas for an easy to wear heel that still gives my small frame height, but that I can run around in.
I would suggest really trying out some new styles this summer. If you are on the look out for a great pair of sturdy, comfortable and fashion forward boots, give Tony Lama a try. They are a brand that's been around for quite some time and are in the business of quality! They have a style for every taste. My set are from the "Black Label" and are in the tan worn goat style. How would you style a look with a bit of western flare?