Country chic, rustic elegance, casual sophisticate: unique western wedding boots for any affair. . .
We just love, love, love a bride and her bridesmaids in women’s cowboy boots (did we say “love?”) . . .
It’s so country and chic – the perfect mix of casual and sophisticated. Now, not every gal can pull this look off but if you’re a country bride or southern bride at heart, then western wedding boots are for you!
Advantage Bridal is proud to carry gorgeous western boots to complement your outdoor, rustic affair. The Sakura floral cowboy boots in brown/pink or black/blue are so country chic, don’t you agree? Plus, they can be worn long after the wedding, like when you go line dancing with your girlfriends.
We adore short bridesmaids dresses with ladies cowboy boots to contrast against the bride’s more elegant ensemble. But it also looks so adorable when the bride wears a pair herself, either down the aisle or after the ceremony! Would you wear cowboy boots with your gown?
It’s pretty common to see western boots at the weddings of country stars because it’s part of who they are, how they were raised and they want to embrace good ol’ fashion country charm. It’s so darn adorable!
Wow, these black and white cowboy boots are pretty stunning! The contrasting leather detail makes them pop. These aren’t your standard boots, oh no, they’re so much more. We call them “fancy” cowboy boots
We carry several Art Nouveau styles, too, like our hot pink or turquoise western boots by Lane. See for yourself how gorgeous they can be!
What’s your favorite pair? Would you splurge on an authentic pair of ladies cowboy boots for your wedding? You’ll get so much use out of them long after you say, “I Do.” You can also wear them to your bachelorette party, hen party or ladies night out. Some brides are starting a trend and wearing their wedding shoes to their bridal shower so all the ladies can admire them before the ceremony. What a great idea!
In addition to these authentic boots, Advantage Bridal offers handmade lace wedding boots for the vintage bride, Victorian wedding or romantic affair by House of Elliot.
By: Stacy Lawrence