I personally am not an advocate of cowboy boots for everyday wear — unless one earns one’s bread ropin’ and ridin’ — but I have to admit that they do look rather cute on bridesmaids all lined up in a row. Finding shoes for the bridesmaid isn’t easy since you’re already asking three or ten or fourteen chicks to buy matching dresses and now you’re going to request they find matching shoes, too? Even shopping for shoes as a bridesmaid kind of sucks unless the bride specifically wants dyed strappy sandals or, better yet, doesn’t care what shoes you wear.
The only real issue with asking your bridesmaids to wear cowboy boots is that nice ones can be ridiculously expensive and some people simply cannot stand them at all ever. Of course, you could say that about pretty much everything even remotely associated with weddings.
So, cowboy boots for the bridesmaid… First off, cowboy boots do not have to superrustic. For real, they don’t.
They’re more fun than superfabulous, tis true. Then again, sometimes fun itself is superfab.
And yet, bridesmaids in cowboy boots can look quite dignified. Even more so when the bride herself wears them underneath her wedding gown…