Kristin Cavallari rocks Country Girl in cowboy boots for Cookbook – Footwear News
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Kristin Cavallari gave her fans a view of her shoe closet ahead of a photo shoot for her new cookbook, “True Comfort.”
Cavallari went chic and casual in a sky blue Reformation floral dress with a square neckline. The bodice has a lace hem with a lettuce edge, giving the dress a princess vibe. The dress itself is dotted with a white floral print and stops at mid-thigh. The lace detailing is a key part of what makes this look so beautiful, as the material is simple and airy, adding interest to any ensemble in the easiest way.
Cavallari upped the shine with a dainty gold bracelet, necklace, rings and earrings, all from her Uncommon James brand. The blue pops against the skin of the star, creating a nice contrast.
Giving the former ‘The Hills’ star’s look a sharp finish was a pair of western boots. The tanned boots featured brown suede uppers, pointed toes and curved uppers, the style was instantly reminiscent of the cowgirl and cowboy pairs that have been all the rage in recent months.
However, giving the pair a contemporary edge was a calf-high silhouette – plus a set of 2-inch heels, making them ideal for easy movement (but maybe not riding).
Western boots have gained popularity in recent months, due to a return to nostalgic styling and their comfort factor. The pointed or steel toe silhouettes, as well as the pair’s angular soles, embroidered uppers and Cuban heels, have become particularly popular, as evidenced by new styles from labels Anine Bing, Jeffrey Campbell and Isabel Marant. Besides Cavallari, stars such as Gwen Stefani, Emily Ratajkowski and Jennifer Lopez have also worn DSquared2, Zara and Ralph Lauren Western boots in recent weeks.
Buy these cowboy boots.
To buy: Ariat Heritage Western R Bootie, $160.
To buy: Steve Madden West brown leather boot, $190.
To buy: Women’s Gaucho Coconuts By Matisse boot, $50.
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