Now, hear me out…cowboy boots are big this season and more wearable than you may, at first, think. You don’t need to double-denim up and tuck your jeans into your boots ’80’s style…the styles are fresher and it’s a look I have fallen for.
Cowboy Ankle Boots by Zara – snakeskin and cowboy boots in one design? yep, two major AW18 trends covered. They have a modern design and look good styled here with black skinnies or with a floaty skirt.
Leather Cowboy Ankle Boots by Mango – these have a high heel but red is a prominent AW18 colour and they do bring a smile to my face.
Betty Western Ankle Boots by Topshop – this boots will see you beyond this season and will become a go-to ankle boot. How do I know? I have a similar pair by Ash which I’ve had for years and they are still favourites.
Suede Ginger Bis Boots by Ash – speaking of Ash…their boots are so comfortable and this design is one I have fallen for. Great with blue denim or a floral dress.
Acoustic Western Boots by Office – the toe detail adds extra oomph to these black boots.
Hoxton Ankle Boots by Boden – a less in-you-face version of a cowboy boot, this style is sure to be a hit.
Nevada Brass by R. Soles – when I moved to London, the first “big ticket” items I purchased with my pay checks were a Burberry coat (which I still wear continuously) and a pair of tan R. Soles cowboy boots which I still have and love. The do offer less “cowboy” styles but it’s what the brand is known for so may as well go for the real deal! I think with a heavy fabric midi/maxi pleated shirt these would look fab.
Young Distressed Leather Metallic Ankle Boots by Golden Goose Deluxe – for the rhinestone cowboy days. Metallics are surprisingly versatile to wear and add some sparkle to the day.
Harlow Boots by Hush – like the Boden boots, these are for those of you who maybe don’t want to go overly cowboy and the heel height is great for everyday wear.