Cowboy Boot Fashions

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Western chic is often one of the most popular trends thanks, in large part, to the cowboy boot. Because you can dress them up or down and wear them with bare legs or jeans, cowboy boots are one of the most versatile and attractive footwear options.

Styling Women's Cowboy Boots

Cowboy boots come in an array of colors, sizes, and embroidery detailing; however, the shape always remains the same. Whether you're heading out for a casual dinner with family or going bar drinking with friends, there are many ways you can wear them.

Casual Cowgirl

The traditional cowboy boot look for women always features a pair of denim hotpants and some sort of relaxed casual shirt. Ideal for running errands during summer or grabbing a quick coffee, this outfit is just as cool as it is effortless. It helps if you wear your cowboy boots in and make them extra slouchy to emulate classic "cowgirl" cool. Cowboy hat optional.

Woman in cowboy boots

Smart Casual Sophistication

Cowboy boots can help to put a contemporary spin on your classic smart casual appearance for a fancy dinner or business meeting. In this case, team some timeless black cowboy boots with jeans, a button-up white shirt, and a tailored black blazer for a sassy and stylish ensemble. It helps if you stick to classic neutrals where possible, but you can add a pop of color in a rich hue (like red) on your lips or through a stunning accessory.

Woman in smart, casual cowboy boots

Pretty and Feminine

Even though they look a little clunky and sometimes overly masculine, you can tone cowboy boots down and add a feminine touch by pairing them with a floaty dress and pretty accessories. If the dress is in a floral print, that's even better! This taps into the 1970's bohemia trend. Choose pastels and lighter hues to go with tan, cream, or white cowboy boots. Then, when it comes to chocolate brown or black cowboy boots, rock these with standout dresses in darker and richer colors.

Floral dress and cowboy boots

Dressy and Fabulous

Generally, cowboy boots are a casual shoe and not meant to be worn for formal occasions. However, that doesn't mean you can't dress your cowboy boots up and put an edgy twist on your outfit for a special event. Simply opt for a statement dress with bare legs and sparkly jewelry for a look that screams unique elegance.

pink dress and cowboy boots

Styling Men's Cowboy Boots

Cowboy boots are also popular amongst fashion-forward men. There are many occasions where you can wear them.

Cowboy Business Dress

It's not generally advised to wear cowboy boots for a formal event due to their casual look and feel. However, there are some instances where cowboy boots for men look great for dressier occasions, like a day of business meetings or a wedding. Just make sure you stick to classic colors like black or tan as they'll go better with standard suit hues like black or gray.

Man in suit and cowboy boots

Timeless Casual Wear

Casual staples to team with your cowboy boots for a laid-back look include a relaxed, check shirt, and jeans. This ensemble gives off an even more chilled out and fashionably attractive appearance if you tuck your jeans into your boots. Furthermore, opt for colored embroidered detailing to add interest to your outfit. Cowboy hat optional.

Man wearing cowboy boots

Smart Modernity

One way to smarten up your cowboy boots is by wearing them with fitted chinos or jeans and an oxford street or long sleeved top. Classic black is the best hue for a particularly smart occasion, but this look can also look great with other colors, such as a pink shirt, jeans and tan boots, or a green top with beige chinos and chocolate brown boots.

Men's smart, modernity cowboy boots

Cowboy Boots: Never Out of Style

Cowboy boots are such a dazzling and versatile footwear option to create varied looks for a number of different occasions. Whether they're on trend for one particular season or not, they'll still add a quirky and fun element to your look that will make you stand out for all the right reasons.

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