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Are you new to cowboy boots, or looking for a new pair? How do you go about deciding what boot styles work for you? Here is our style guide for 8 cowboy boot styles every Country Girl needs.

1. A full studded boot.

These boots are handcrafted in chocolate distressed leather for an aged appearance and showcases eye-catching studs on the tall shafts and on the wingtip overlay to create a fashionable must-have.

2. Rhinestone Cowboy Boots

Life’s a rodeo, and these boots are made to enjoy the ride. An array of rhinestones and studs add some sparkle to the premium leather uppers. Subtle touches on the medallion and heel give these Country Girls some uptown style.

3. Sequence Boots


The hand-stitched sequin butterfly detail on these stunning distressed brown leather Corral Boots exemplifying some of the highest craftsmanship. There are eye-catching details such as scalloped shaft and, most importantly, the crystal accents. Great to wear with any black or brown outfit!

4. Embroidered Boots

Kick up some fun with one of our favorite boots featuring a rich, hand-distressed brown leather foot and shaft accented with intricate turquoise floral embroidery. Tuck in your jeans and make a statement with these trendy, versatile boots or pair them with a dress or skirt to truly show off these best-selling and top fitting boots!

5. Boots With A Vintage Twist

This beautifully handcrafted Corral boot features genuine exotic Teju lizard inlays beneath vintage-style black goat leather – no two are alike! A touch of brown floral embroidery adds a hint of delicacy, while exotic lizard inlay graces the foot, upper, and shaft. In addition to lookin’ stylish, this boot has a modern snip toe, a lightly cushioned insole for walking comfort, and a single stitched welt.
6. Boots With Flair & Sass

Get some funk in your step with these special winged cross inlay boots with metal stud accents and elevated Swarovski crystals! Distressed black leather snip toe boots feature a black cross with pink inlayed wings on the front and back of the shaft, as well as, the toe and heel. Lined with comfortable leather, these boots will mold to your feet as you wear them in.

7. Fatbaby Boots

We love wearing them with jeans working in the dirt, out for a night on the rodeo, or with a dress having dinner with the gals.

8. Good Ole Legendary Boots

Nothing beats a traditional cowboy boot meant for both working hard and having fun! We will always love this style, look, and feel.

What’s your style?

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Breaking in your cowboy boots is perhaps the most important part in ownership. After surfing the web, we found a number of crazy ways to break in boots. Hot water, baby powder, cooking oil, rubbing alcohol… What is going on out there???

Although there are many “creative” ways to breaking in boots, we recommend these safe methods to minimize risk of damage.

1. Wear Them.

Yes. It’s that simple. Just wear them. However don’t wear them for an extended period of time in a single day. Wear them around the house and let them adjust to your feet.

2. Wear Them With A Comfortable Sock

Putting on a pair of socks will help stretch your boots out and help prevent blisters from happening. Again, wear your boots for short periods of time throughout the day.

3. Increase The Amount Time Worn

After a few days of walking around in your boots, increase the length of time you wear them by an hour every week.

4. Professional Boot Stretching

If you have no time to spare at all, then we recommend taking them to a professional boot cobbler. There is less risk in damaging your new boots when taking them to a professional.

Have any tips of your own? Leave them in the comments below!