Country Chic vs. City Chic with Cavenders


Top:  TK Maxx {from Poland}
Shorts:  Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply {old}
Aviators:  Unkown {found them while cleaning}
Liberty Black Boots:  Cavenders {here}


First Hat:  Lord & Taylor {old}
Second Hat:  Ralph Lauren {here}
Dress:  Ralph Lauren {here}
Poncho:  Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply {here}
Bag:  Gucci {here}
Sunglasses:  Gucci {here}
Liberty Black Boots:  Cavenders {here}
We all know that I love my boots.  My first pair of cowgirl boots were
pink.  My mom and dad bought them for me
when I was I think 6 or 7 and I so badly wanted these pink cowgirl boots.  They were the coolest shoes I have ever
seen.  Once I grew out of them (and let
me tell you I wore those things until my toes hurt way too much to squeeze into
a size too small) I didn’t buy another pair until I was 24 years old.  I went to Cavenders in Temple, TX and bought
my first pair of boots since those pink ones. 
Of course I couldn’t just get a pair of regular brown ones, I wanted
pink ones.  Well since they didn’t have
any I settled for an even better pair that are actually my banner up top.  I’ve worn those boots in so well that I don’t
think any other cowgirl boot will fit as perfectly as they do.  Then I got these babies (Liberty Back BootsHere) in the mail.  Let me tell you they
are amazing.  They fit PERFECTLY and I
know I say that about all of the boots I get but these have to be by far runner
up to my Anderson Bean boots.  The fringe
makes them so fashion forward and I’ve had my eye on these lovelies for quite
some time.
Anyway, for this outfit post I wanted to introduce my new pair of Liberty Blacks and show that you can easily transition them from the typical country look to a more fashion forward look.
Ah, the smell of fresh leather boots, and the feel of a
brand new boot that needs to be broken in. 
One thing I will say, a girl never forgets her first pair of boots.  I will never forget my pink cowgirl boots.
pleated poppy
Disclaimers and Such:  I have received these boots for free from Cavenders, however all opinions are my own.


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