Don't tuck away those bolos and bandanas yet, 'cause boot
season has officially arrived and it's all about that cowgirl style. We're not talking about your run of the mill, cattle-wrangling boots either. We're talking everyday trendy styles with a super cute, Western
twist. It seems these centuries-old kicks
are rocking a serious revival and we hope they're here to stay this time. Click through to shop our top sh*t-kickin', boot stompin' picks for every autumn occasion.
Calvin Klein's Spring 2018 runway looks gave us *so* much fresh inspo, including these crimson bb's we still haven't stopped obsessing over, and — spoiler — they're already available to buy. (Photo via Slaven Vlasic/Stringer)
Kate Bosworth seems to be a fan of cowgirl-inspired footwear. The Blue Crush star was spotted looking sleek in all leather everything with a colorful sweater and some embroidered kickers to boot. (Photo via SMXRF/Star Max/GC Images)
Bosworth ain't the
only Kate to get in on this trend either. Supermodel Kate Moss toted her new Chihuahua pup while wearing rattlesnake boots casually paired with black jeans and blue cashmere. (Photo via LMGC/GC Images)
These Jeffrey Campbell Mystic Wedge Tall Boots
($210) snakeskin beauties will pair perfectly with black skinnies, a basic white tee, and some turquoise jewelry to really round out that Southwestern vibe.
Channel your intergalactic cowgirl with the Maison Margiela Western Boots
($666), and pair with your coziest sweater *or* a shimmery party dress 'cause these boots were definitely made for moonwalkin'.
The M. Gemi Terrazza
($298) boots are all kinds of Italian handmade wonderfulness. Molto elegante!
Rock a crop top and take your fave cigarette jeans out for a stroll in the Stuart Weitzman Scootin Booties
($455) that feature cute Western details like a buckled strap and a cap toe. Yee-haw.
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