This season, the fashion world is giving us lots of fun trends to keep up, from violet-colored everything, to utility jumpsuits, to 60’s florals, and more. And now, cowgirl boots are joining the spring lineup. No longer a staple of the wild, wild west, these versatile boots are hitting the streets of Paris, London and New York. Want to see? 

Thought so!

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This fashionista has it all down. She’s paired elegant, kitten-heeled cowgirl boots with this season’s it color for a sophisticated outfit that’s a definite win.

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It’s safe to say Alexa Chung can pull just about anything off, and her street smart cowgirl boots are no exception. Here, she pairs her shiny boots with an understated button-down blouse dress. So, yes – the cowgirl boots steal the show.

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Anna Sui’s Ready-to-Wear collection included garments and cowgirl boots decked out in edgy prints. Even if you don’t own one of Sui’s standout dresses, you can still pair cowgirl boots with a pair of knee-high socks as model, Estelle Boersma, does here. In short, cowgirl boots can hold their own against bold, vibrant patterns.

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This lace skater dress works perfectly well with cowgirl boots for a demure look. Bohemian floral prints are also a great combo for this spring’s boot trend.

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A common look for western boots this spring is lots of layering. For whatever reason, these bold boots never get drowned out by competing patterns, prints, pieces and colors.

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