Western boots are a staple – so we’ve found the best pairs available to wear in 2021.
While cowboy boots gone in and out of trend constantly over the years, it seems they always come back eventually.
At Wear Next, we also believe you should wear whatever makes you happy – regardless of trends. So if you love a bit of western, they’re definitely worth investing in.
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This season, influencers are wearing their western boots with floaty dresses and skirts for a cottagecore aesthetic that will work from winter all the way through to spring.
We love Karen Blanchard’s Ganni boots from last season [below], worn with a simple white dress. Luckily, it’s never been easier to copy the look.
Here are six other pairs that will see you through 2021 – available to buy now.
Cowboy boots, £180, Ariat – buy now
We love this colour-popping pair of cowboy boots from Ariat, available in a variety of colours including cream and tan as worn by Sara Waiste [main picture].
Cowboy boots, now £15.99, Stradivarius – buy now
Embrace the western boot with this off-white ankle pair from Stradivarius. At under £20, they’re a steal.
Cowboy boots, £299.99, Mango – buy now
You can’t go wrong with a pair of classic suede cowboy boots. This pair from Mango are on the pricier side, but there’s a reason: they are Goodyear Welted. This is a handmade construction process that makes them durable and resistant to water, heat and cold.
Western boots, £175, E8 by Miista – buy now
These square-toe boots with blue detailing offer a modern twist to the classic Western boot. Not only are they unique, but they’re comfortable too.
Western boots, £80.75, Asra London – buy now
It’s all in the details when it comes to this pair of black western boots from Asra London. With silver plates on the heels and contrast stitching, they’re beautiful and they’ll go with anything.
Cowboy boots, from £32, Gracemee – buy now
A white pair of western boots go with almost everything. Wear with jeans for an easy-to-wear take on cowboy chic.
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