Maggie Rogers Rocked The Cowboy Boot Trend On the Today Show This Morning

Up-and-coming singer Maggie Rogers looked very Gen Z at her performance on The Today Show this morning. The 25-year old performed her most popular songs on the talk show including her debut hit “Alaska”.

Maggie Rogers
Maggie Rogers on Today Show.
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The star sported a baby blue ensemble with a matching pants and cropped jacket set. She accessorized the look with a darker blue belt and a pair of on-trend oversize hoop earrings. To complete the outfit the singer wore a T-shirt with a photo of Eleanor Roosevelt printed across it.

Maggie Rogers
Maggie Rogers on Today Show.
CREDIT: Charles Sykes/Invision/AP/Shutte

Rogers stomped on stage in her go-to cowboy boots, hopping onto the popular boot trend that has been growing in the past year. However, these shoes have a slight twist to them, unlike the pointy toes that can usually be found at the tip of cowboy boots the singer’s footwear has a flat cutoff at the front.


The boots seem to be an everyday go-to for the “Burning” singer who has posted multiple Instagram posts fashioning the footwear in different styles. Rogers paired the shoes with classic blue jeans, a pastel patterned top and a blue feather trimmed jacket. She posted the photo from the Roslkide festival In Denmark and captioned the photo “what up @rosklidefestival im here and im fabulous”

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The stylish boots can be seen featured all over Rogers’ Instagram page.

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