I’m a total sucker for a good cowboy boot and it wasn’t until recently that I really figured out why. It’s all about those pointed toes that help to elongate my rather short legs and make me feel a little more in proportion due to that long body of mine. I guess it doesn’t help that these short legs on my 5ft 8′ frame aren’t the thinnest either so a bit of lengthening in that department is very much appreciated.
My warm toned brown cowboy boot newbies featured in this post have actually got me thinking about what I like to call my Autumn uniform, the failsafe combinations that have me coming back again and again, so much so in fact that I’ll go as far to say that today I’m sharing my typical day to day style…
Give me a ripped jeans, slouchy jumper and ankle boot combo any day!
I really struggle with what to wear in the Summer months and the inability to layer really gets me throwing top after top out of my wardrobe in a strop because nothing looks ‘good enough‘.
Truth be told, all I really ever want to do is put on more items of clothing which would undoubtedly leave me sweating like a P.I.G and looking like a fool in front of everyone walking around in their cami tops and flip flops.
Thankfully (although you may disagree) Summer is over and now I can really get my cosy on.
Give me a ripped jeans, slouchy jumper and ankle boot combo any day! Then add a scarf or statement necklace if I’m feeling adventurous, a watch or bracelet or two and a bag of some kind.
These brown boots are Boohoo ones that I managed to snap up in the ASOS sale last week.
With the pointed cowboy style shape that I favour, cutout detailing and straps around the ankle, I’ll be the first to admit that it was love at first sight. I’m sure I’ll get plenty of wear out of them this Autumn, admittedly perhaps with a pair of tights or some black socks as it starts to get a little bit chillier here in England.
Whilst the boots are newbies in my wardrobe, the jumper and jeans are old faithfuls that are starting to look like they’ve been used and abused, and the Primark bag oozes a western charm that I’m itching to find in a designer number sometime in the future.