If you live in Houston you know we are in full Rodeo season. For those of you that don't live in Houston, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is a major fundraiser. It encourages and promotes the breeding, raising and marketing of better livestock, while raising money for scholarships. You can read more about the event here.
I put together a few simple looks for those of you wondering what to wear to the Rodeo or for those that might want to rock a pair of cowboy boots. I am calling it the 1/3 - 1 pair of cowboy boots styled 3 ways. The boots pictured above are a part of the Reba collection which you can find at Dillards. Most cowboy boots make my feet look very large but these for some reason don't.
If you know me, you know that I like to keep things simple. I am a believer in basic staples that you can dress up or down to create a look. I like to build on basics with various elements such as a bold lip, an interesting piece of jewelry or my favorite bun, which lately, has been alternating from top knot to low bun.
Of course you can wear cowboy boots whenever you want. I usually gravitate towards mine in the spring and summer. I love how versatile they are. You can easily pair them with anything.
Check out my looks below for ideas on how you can style your boots with things you might already have in your closet.
I love blouses that are lower in the front and longer in the back. It gives a dressed up look with a little drama while keeping a relaxed feel. You can find this top at Nordstrom.
You can never go wrong with a little black dress. Update it by pairing it with a necklace and a blue jean jacket. This dress is from Zara. You can find a very similar option here.
I love tees! This one is an oldie but a goodie (as the huz would say). I purchased it at the Rodeo a few years back. In a few more years, I might be able to say it is vintage. If you are looking for a really casual look, don't over think it, go back to basics - jeans and tee.
I always go for comfort when I am styling my look for the day. Life is too short to be uncomfortable in what you are wearing.