THE ORIGINS OF COWBOY BOOTS
Long ago in the wild, wild west workers needed functional and affordable footwear. A round-toe boot was available to buy, but did not get them in and out of the saddle very well. As a result, the crafty lads designed a narrow, pointed toe on a boot. This style allowed them to transition from riding to working seamlessly.
WESTERN BOOTS TODAY
Step into today’s world and we can see western boots in new ways. Music goers of all genres will wear cowboy boots year round to concerts and festivals. Throw on black cowboy boots with any dress and you’re ready to go. Women’s cowboy boots have inspired new designs and interpretations of the shoe to now include different styles and materials. You can now find the boot in a variety of cuts, from an ankle boot to over-the-knee boots.
TODAY’S WOMAN IN COWBOY BOOTS
Your idea of a “cowboy boot” has evolved into an entire western boot style collection. Celebrities all around the world are leading the trend in new designs each day. Throw on an oversized flannel and skinny jeans for a timeless look. Looking to mix it up? Layer trends with your cowboy boots, such as a blazer and graphic T shirt.