Originally a working man's boot developed to make riding and working safer for the cowboy, western boots have come a long way. Far from home, home on the range, far from chaps and spurs, and even farther from the rodeo circuit, western cowgirl boots are a fun, feminine, and flirty way to dress up, or down any outfit this fall.
There are vintage cowgirl boots, dressy cowgirl boots, and rough out cowgirl boots. Stiletto heel or one inch heel. Square toe or pointed toe. Distressed leather or lizard, or python, or ostrich. Pink piping is being shown on a distressed brown leather cowgirl boot, and teal piping on shiny black leather cowgirl boots. Scrolled wingtips are available in blue, red, green, and pink. Low rise or tall rise, fringed or buckled, take your pick. Go online and have a pair of custom cowgirl boots made. You can actually create your custom cowgirl boot from the bottom up, the heel, toe, top scallop and stitch pattern. Anything goes.
Western theme fashion is making a hit for fall 2005 and is being called by some the "new sexy". Cowgirl boots are being shown this year dressing up short denim skirts that are being worn with babydoll cami's and cropped velvet jackets, and with denim dresses accented with ornate silver and turquoise buckle belts. They are seen dressing down Mexican inspired lush silk crepe de chine dresses. They are being worn with multicolored tier skirts with sexy lace tees and short denim jackets. Blue jeans of any rise, low, medium or high are being shown with ornate embroidery worn with western inspired leather tooled belts and fringed suede jackets. The western look is made even sassier when paired with a large turquoise necklace and chandelier earrings.
Cowgirl boots and western theme fashions are definitely making a hit for fall 2005!
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