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Corral Boots: It’s Time to Bring the Boot Back!

Cowboy (and Cowgirl) Lifestyle Network is extremely impressed with Corral boots! Here are a few Corral inspiration sets we’ve created! Read the full story.

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Just when I thought all the new western style boots were overproduced and outdated, Corral Boots gave their line a new and refreshing makeover, exceeding my high expectations. Lately, I’ve been letting Bed Stu and Freebirds take over my closet, but after seeing these, I’d say that it’s time to bring the boot back! Cowboy (and Cowgirl) Lifestyle Network is extremely impressed with Corral boots! Here are a few Corral inspiration sets I’ve created!

Corral Style C3031

A cross between a bootie and a shoe is what I like to call a “shootie.” I played up the 60’s pattern style embroidery as seen in this Corral #C3031, with an analogous heart tee found on wildfox.com, a handmade Jennie Leather Co. purse and necklace (Instagram @Jennilie_LeatherCo), a vintage squash blossom necklace, Pistola jeans, a vintage suede fringe duster, and OPI Nail Lacquer in “Suzi Nails New Orleans”.

There’s something comforting about soft, worn leather, and Corral hit the spot with these distressed turquoise fringe boots, style #A3147. Pair them with a light-weight spring dress from freepeople.com, Double D Ranchwear’s “Trinidad” Vest, soft colored Turquoise jewelry, and a mauvy lipstick like MAC’s “Whirl”.

Corral Style A3149

I thought fringe boots were over also, but Corral’s #A3149 is the prime mesh of western, classy, and current. I chose a pair of suede leggings from Target, Charlie 1 Horse’s “Mojito” fedora, a faux leather pouch found at forever21.com, vintage turquoise, a bronze “Lady of Guadalupe” ring from lazyjranchwear.com, completing the look with a vintage thunderbird concho belt.

There’s so many new styles on WWW.CORRALBOOTS.COM, but here are a few of my favorites!

 

 

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Megan Wilson, 22, is finishing up her animal science degree at Tarleton State University and currently resides in Stephenville, TX. Aside from owning the boutique The Velvet Steer Company, she enjoys traveling, cooking, sports, barrel racing, and sewing. Her favorite color is olive green, favorite food is fried green tomatoes and cheesy grits, and favorite movie is ATL. You can keep up with her style and adventures on instagram @trippytexashoney!

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