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Fun fact: I love cowboy boots! I always have and thanks to my mum and because she has loved/worn them and so naturally I gravitated to the old western classic too. The only problem I have is that they can be a bit of mission to style because the last thing I want to do is look like a “fancy dress” costume and I feel as though there is a very fine line. These red boots were my mums and so they are a little big on my feet which means I have to wear pretty thick socks with them, meaning I don’t get to wear that often. But a few weeks back I did come up with this combination that I’m sharing on the blog today. Styling cowboy boots with double denim in which both pieces of denim are either ripped or frayed could sound like a style recipe for disaster, as it could indeed turn out to be a little too close to that line of predictability or “fancy dress” but without blowing my own trumpet, I believe I managed to create a look that featured double denim & cowboy boots that felt more modern Americana & less costume Americana. I think this has a lot to do with the denim jacket having an element of structure to it.

Though it will probably be a while until you next see a look of mine that features these boots, I hope for the meantime you like the look of this ensemble.

Take care,

Daniella xox

 

 

 

 

 

MY OUTFIT:

(old) Denim Jacket – love this HERE

(old) Topshop Ripped Jeans – love these HEREΒ & HERE

(old) Office Cowboy Boots – love these HERE amazing selection HERE


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Posted by:Daniella Robins

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