Best Women’s Western Boots To Help You Master Yeehaw Style

It’s time to swap out your basic ankle and knee-high boots for western-inspired alternatives, at least according to the fashion crowd. Seen all over runways and Instagram feeds, western boots offer a fun, throwback-inspired twist to any wardrobe. They’re available in both short and tall silhouettes to suit your preference and pair well with everything from jeans and a tee to loungewear (just follow Kendall Jenner or Princess Diana’s lead). Ahead, read on to discover our favorite western boots on the market right now.

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1. Ariat Dahlia Western Cowboy Boots

These boots feature a 100% leather construction and a 2-inch heel. They come in earth-toned colorways with flared western designs on the toe box.

Pros: They also offer an on-trend square toe silhouette.

Cons: They tend to run on the larger side.


2. Roper Amelia Western Boot

These eco-friendly boots are made with faux leather and feature a 1.5-inch heel for more comfortable wear.

Pros: They also have a padded insole and are available in three neutral colorways, featuring an eagle overlay detailing throughout.

Cons: They run on the larger side, so you might want to purchase half a size down unless you have wider feet. 


3. West Blvd Miami Cowboy Boots

These boots feature a faux leather construction with a 2.5-inch heel and mid-calf shaft.

Pros: They’re available in a range of neutral hues like black, white and brown, as well as a bright cherry red color if you’re looking for a fun pop of color.

Cons: They tend to run on the larger side, so you might want to order a half of a size smaller than your normal shoe size.

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