How to wear the WESTERN TREND I Fall Trend Guide
How to Pull Off Fall’s Western-Inspired Shoe Trend
If there’s one kind of footwear that is an absolute must for the changing seasons, it’s got to be the everyday leather boot. While we still love the funky colors and accoutrements of fancy fall footwear, the styles that actually prove to be our most trusted standbys are the practical silhouettes—chic iterations on the brown cowboy boot—that tend to work on so many levels.
But trust, our most coveted styles are nothing of the Wild Wild West sort. Don’t believe us? Click on ahead for the most charming Chelsea booties, heeled desert boots, toasty mid-calf stackers, and more from that prove that the western-inspired trendcanwork for these modern streets. Here’s to your new favorite taupe, latte, camel, and clay-hued footwear.
Edge up a summer dress with cowboy booties and a tough moto.
Chinese Laundry Katherine Western Bootie, .95; at
Cropped frayed jeans + ankle booties = street style success.
Jessica Simpson Kymber Bootie, .95; at
Not your everyday prairie girl.
Always add fringe.
Summer on top, fall on bottom.
No bare legs in sight.
Keep your boots high, your dress hem even higher.
Sandals are so last season.
Experiment with an olive palette.
Boots that are actually made for walking.
A latte more like it.
A muted, but not understated, color scheme.
Video: Fall Shoe Trend: Western Edge
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