In case you have been hiding under a rock, western boots are back. Inevitably, the question of the hour is simple. How does one wear cowboy boots in 2018 and actually look cool doing it? It’s not just that their heels are heavy. Coupled with the elongated hee-haw toe and the wild wild west, cowboy boots have so many notions. Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy. Patricia Arquette in True Romance. Western showdown have permeated our television sets for many years, epitomizing the wild west. A dangerous place of sharp shooters and outlaws. They are a potent emblem of America, resonating the meaning of the United States. There is a good chance that you will be wearing a pair in 2018. Yes you, the lone star ranger. For the spur of the moment, why cowboy boots are back.
The future of fashion is on the spring and summer catwalks in Copenhagen, New York, and Paris which has spur on its heels on the trends in fashion. Case in point, Raf Simons and Phoebe Philo saddled up to the trend.There is no specific reason why the western trend is back, but they are the ultimate marriage of functionality and fashion and I am in. On the other hand, you don’t have to be dressed head to toe western to incorporate the trend if you’re into it. Read on.
Spur of the Moment Cowboy Boots Are Back
Although cowboy boots are back, doesn’t mean dressing like a full-on Marlboro Man has suddenly become the coolest thing since sliced bread. From runway to reality, going head to toe trend is always an option if that’s the look you’re after. I’m just here to address the fact that cowboy boots are the It boot trend of the season, and styling them without ranch hats or double denim is a lot easier than you’d think. City slickers have worn them for decades but now that they are re-released, the idea of being a free wheeler or a prairie girl has gone out the window.
Here are some of my favorite boots of the season. Let’s go shopping!