If you want to give you autumn-winter look an edge, then the cowboy boot could be the footwear you. While it is easier to gravitate towards more popular boot styles like the Chelsea boot or the dessert boot, it could be time to break away from traditional silhouettes and carve out a new path into Westworld.
There has always been a cowboy influence in men’s fashion, from the cowboy belt to the Kentucky gambler tie. Hints of western-style trickles into men’s fashion and this time the cowboy boot is taking centre stage to elevate your winter footwear. Here is everything you need to know.
What are the different types of cowboy boots you can wear?
The Cuban heel is a low heel style that has a slight angle to the back of the heel. It gets its name from Latin dance.
While the Cuban heel is the preferred heel style, a regular low heel is a worthy alternative for guys who what a more traditional heel style.
The cowboy boot comes to life with the many embellishments and details that make the cowboy boot a one of a kind shoe.
THE TOE CAP
Metal and leather are fabric combinations that you will always find in western style. The cowboy boot is elevated with the help of a metal cap detail bringing a rock and roll energy to the shoe.
What is a cowboy boot without an extravagant embellishment? Let your boot do the talking with a bejewelled playful design.
If you are going to wear a cowboy boot, you might swell go all out in the design. While leather and embellishment is a step in that direction, snake print takes the win.
Nothing says cowboy quite like a cowboy belt. That’s why a strapped cowboy boot is the ultimate western expression.
Where can I buy the best boots on the high street?
Do you think you can pull off men’s cowboy boots?