One trend that is catching on quick fast is cowboy boots. They're great to look at with their intricate detailing and stitching and honestly, who doesn’t love a chunky heel? Starting on the runway as seen in shows from Lanvin, Isabel Marant and Mara Hoffman this trend is slowly making its way into mainstream street wear.
Although cowboy boots bring thoughts of denim jeans, plaid shirts and 10 gallon hats, today's cowboy boots are meant to be incorporated with your street wear as long as mixed and matched correctly. Depending on your style, whether its boho chic or urban chic, wearing the right boots can definitely complete your outfit and take it to the next level.
To create a boho chic look, consider pairing up a loose flowing tunic in a neutral color over leggings and flower embroidered cowboy boots. Add some flowers in your hair to complete your look.
Take your cowboy boots to the street level and pair up a black high low dress with metallic silver boots. Add some statement hoop earrings (the bigger the better!) and a bold statement necklace.
Want to wear cowboy boots to work? Keep your outfit structured with the focus on your boots. A knit dress with minimal jewelry and a patterned boot keeps your look polished and work appropriate.
Ready to kick back on the weekend? Change out your regular footwear for boots. A classic flared jean or corduroys work well over cowboy boots. Add a blazer over a draped top and you're ready to hit the mall or do lunch with the girls in style.
Cowboy boots come in different styles and prints so even if you're not into the look, try on several different styles. You never know, you might end up liking them after all!
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