As a hardcore country-music fan, you can best bet that I’m excited that cowboy boots are trending among the fashion set. I own one pair of midcalf boots, and they’re undeniably authentic, featuring a rounded toe, a stacked heel, decorative stitching, and pull straps. I’ve worn them to country concerts and occasionally incorporate them into my fall looks when possible. Still, they get less love than the more minimalist footwear in my closet, so I’ve made it my mission to find a less-dramatic Western-inspired boot that I’m more likely to wear on the daily — and I found it. Enter the Faux-Leather Western Ankle Boots, which have unsurprisingly garnered lots of attention from shoppers for their chic style. Ahead, find out about my experience putting them to the test.
What I Like About the Old Navy Western Ankle Boots
My latest online order from Old Navy was a big one, and these boots were the first piece I reached for — and I’m glad I did. Not only are they chic, but they’re comfortable. I wore them all day long and didn’t have any problems (likely due to their cushioned footbed). As for the style itself, it doesn’t get much chicer. I love the color and the Western-style seams that give it an understated Western feel. Even the zipper matches the color of the boot, which adds to its sophisticated look. Finally, the outsole features a subtle texture that looks like real leather, which is a great touch, especially for the price.
What’s Worth Noting About the Old Navy Western Ankle Boots
These boots have solely rave reviews. Only one shopper thus far has had a critique, and it was that they’re brighter than expected. That said, one thing worth noting is that these boots are bright white, not ivory.
Who the Old Navy Western Ankle Boots Are Good For
These Old Navy Western Ankle Boots are perfect for those looking for a minimalist and timeless take on the cowboy-boot trend that won’t go out of style. They’re especially great for someone who wants a shoe that will lend itself to other seasons, and I think this silhouette will look equally as good this spring.
- These boots come in sizes 6–11, and half sizes are available.
- The heel is approximately 2 1/4 inches.
- The faux-leather material is crafted from thermoplastic rubber.
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Marisa Petrarca
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