Rustic chic or Colorado classic is a description that we often hear at anna be when a bride is describing her wedding style. While the definition differs based on each bride (maybe the mountains, possibly outdoors, maybe a barn) a lot of times the perfect shoe choice is a good ole pair of heel-stompin cowboy boots.
If you have a weathered, totally loved pair rock those out. But if you're new to the game here's five pairs that should definitely be part of your shopping list:
True Classic. Lucchese boots have been handcrafted since 1883! With a range of boots from somewhat sensible to downright splurge-worthy, this is a purchase that will last and last and last and last....
Western Flair: This is your chance to shop Sheplers, the super-store of all things Western. There you can snag a pair of pretty floral boots from Corral.
A Pop of Color: For your something blue, you can always add a pop of turquoise a la the Lauren boot from Old Gringo.
Short and Sweet: And if the traditional mid-calf height isn't your thing, you can always go with the stylish bootie height.
Moto Style: Well technically not cowboy boots, the Harness boot by Frye will go from your wedding day to everyday after that with ease.
Happy Shopping! And if you're a past bride, who wore some killer boots to your wedding, we'd love to see pictures!!