Probably when you think of cowboy boots and the cowboy look, you may think of cowboys on horses, the girls from Coyote Ugly, the Wild West…
But the truth is that cowboy boots go much further than these hackneyed clichés. You just have to take a look at our catalog of cowboy boots for man or cowboy boots for woman to realize all the possibilities that having one in your closet offers you.
Cowboy boots with basics
Don’t you know how to combine them? Try basic clothes that are a sure hit. Cowboy boots can sometimes be somewhat complex, so there is nothing that suits them better than a simple garment. Try them on with a white shirt and jeans, or perhaps with a T-shirt with a message or a knit sweater and a wide skirt, look in the mirror and you will understand what we are talking about.
What if I combine them with prints?
As we have said before, cowboy boots and the cowboy look can be somewhat complex and usually have designs that attract attention. If you want to combine them with prints, no problem, just try to maintain a coherent line, and that these garments do not detract from our star: your cowboy boots.
The color trick never fails
Do you want to succeed for sure with cowboy boots? Wearing Tony Mora that is something almost taken for granted, but… there is something else you can do. Look at the color of your boots and… wear clothes of the same color!
From the countryside to the city
Sometimes success is in the mix. In this case, what we propose are wide khaki pants, placed inside the boot. It’s a very western look but at the same time cosmopolitan. Try it and tell us!
A cowboy boot looks good with everything
As you may have seen, there are many options to combine your cowboy boots, whatever your style is. And these are just a few examples that we have come up with. The key is that you are comfortable with them, combining them as you wish at all times. So, open your closet and be yourselves!
We would love to see how some Tony Mora cowboy boots fit you. Share your looks with us on our Facebook or Instagram! Do you dare?