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    We Had 10 People Style Cowboy Boots And I Guess I'm Wearing Cowboy Boots Now

    Pardon my French but, Yee. Haw.

    When I think about cowboy boots I think one thing...country. And since country isn't really my aesthetic, I've avoided incorporating this particular type of footwear into my wardrobe.

    But then I saw some old photos of Princess Diana looking like the style icon she is, wearing an oversized blazer, sweatshirt, and jeans tucked into a pair of cowboy boots — all of a sudden my curiosity was piqued and cowboy boots were all I could think about.

    But how else can you wear cowboy boots? It can't just be country or Princess Diana...can it? Well, lucky for me (and you) the folks at As/Is had 10 people style the classic shoe to see just how these boots can work into our everyday wear.

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    To face the challenge, they started with the Coconuts By Matisse Women's Gaucho Boot — a pretty classic boot complete with Western stitching along the shaft and a traditional stacked heel for a little extra height.

    The Coconuts By Matisse Women's Gaucho Boot in brown distress.

    They're pretty popular already with well over 1,200 5-star reviews on Amazon and people constantly noting how well they wear and how comfortable they are — they also happen to be available in seven colors and in women's sizes 5–11.

    And the results were, quite honestly, inspiring. Everything from feminine frocks to mix-matched prints.

    One person even painted the boots white and they looked great!

    But my personal favorite looks included the mix of denim and blazers — elevating the look to seem just the right kind of fancy chic I need in my life.

    And pick up a pair of Coconuts By Matisse Women's Gaucho Boots on Amazon for $47+ (available in women's sizes 5–11 and in seven colors).