I Just Tried on the Best Cowboy Boots, and They're Surprisingly Easy to Style

How to give them a 2018 update.

Our We Try Before You Buy series aims to take the stress out of shopping and eliminate the number of post office visits you make each month to return failed online orders. We’re testing new-season buys so you don’t have to, thus saving you some coin by letting you know what’s worth the spend.

I don’t need to tell you cowboy boots are back (that’s old news now), but the question is: How do you wear them? Who would have thought we’d see the return of the western silhouette? We last saw these boots sometime in the ’90s when we obsessed over how Victoria Beckham wore them to England matches and watched Britney Spears perform in a pair with denim cutoffs and a diamante choker. But this season they’ve undergone a high-fashion makeover all thanks to the likes of Calvin Klein, Maison Margiela and Fendi (to name a few).

As a stylist, I am obsessed with the style and want to pair them with quite literally everything. But when autumn started to approach, I was unsure whether I could actually wear this trend myself. I find boots really hard to buy because of that awkward “jeans hitting boots” situation. So it was time to stop browsing and start trying on all the new cowboy boots catching my eye. Cue lots of shoe horns and changing-room stress. Keep scrolling to see and shop my guide to wearing cowboy boots this autumn.

On Hannah Lewis: Joshua Millard Rapshaw Patchwork Jacket (£450); Warehouse Slim High Rise Jeans (£46).
On Hannah Lewis: Sleeper Briditte Polka Dot Linen Dress (£171)
On Hannah Lewis: Zara Snake Print Jeans (£40) Staud Beaded Drawstring Bag (£259)
On Hannah Lewis: Rains Glossed PU Trench Coat (£160); Staud Bissett Croc Effect Bucket Bag (£310)
On Hannah Lewis: Gestuz Aya Long Shirt (£289); Mango Beaded Bag (£40)
On Hannah Lewis: Arket Alpaca Blend Knitted Tunic (£79); Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Asymmetric Floral Print Devor Skirt (£425)
They say you shouldn’t have favourites, but these are mine. Perfect in every way.
I am all about that heel slant.
So eccentric but so good.
The croc-effect white leather with black top stitching make these look so expensive. 
Fendi has included all the elements, and it just works so well.
This shoe-boot hybrid is a great middle ground to introduce yourself to the trend if you’re worried about where the boot will stop on your leg. 
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