The best cowboy boots to buy from the high street a lá Emma Chamberlain

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emma chamberlain walking down street wearing cowboy boots

by Nadira Sultana |

Let’s paint the picture. You waited three hours in an online queue for Harry Styles concert tickets and at long last, the day has arrived. Your outfit is set and you’re rocking a bright pink Stetson and matching feather boas with your bestie. You’re just missing the shoes. It’s finally time. Bring out the cowboy boots!

When it comes to boots, it’s safe to say that cowboy boots are top-tier. Whether they’re short or long, square-toe or pointed, there’s a rootin' tootin' boot out there for you.

Celebs have been all over this trend at the mo, including our favourite gal Emma Chamberlain, who was spotted wearing red boots during Copenhagen Fashion Week. To see our dupes for her stompers, keep scrolling.

So, if you’re missing that funky, western feeling from your life, then look no further. Here are our favourite cowboy boots from the high street.

Now let’s do some damage!


SHOP: the best cowboy boots from the high street UK 2022

Emma Chamberlain's Copenhagen Fashion Week Cowboy Boots
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CREDIT: urban outfitters, getty images

Emma Chamberlain was looking extra snazzy this week during Copenhagen Fashion Week in bright red vintage cowboy boots, paired with a yellow sun dress. We've found this amazing dupe from Urban, as well as some more alternatives.

Urban Outfitters ROC Indio Black & Red Western Boots (£150)

NastyGal Faux Croc Knee High Cowboy Boots (£63.20, was £79)

Ariat West Bound Western Boot (£180)

ASOS DESIGN Andi flat western boots in cow print
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CREDIT: asos

Western Cowboy Boots
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CREDIT: boohoo

White Western Stitching Detail Thigh High Low Heeled Square Toe Boots
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CREDIT: i saw it first

Black Western Leather Boots
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CREDIT: river island

Black High Leg Block Heel Cowboy Boots
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How to clean cowboy boots

YEEHAW! Now you've got your boots to hand, how do you clean 'em when you're done riding your horse around the desert (or you know... you stepped in dog poo on the way to Tesco)? According to Ariat, a well-renowned cowboy boots brand, it's as simple as four steps. (P.s this is for leather boots, not suede or distressed nubuck).

  1. Using a damp cloth, clean any debris off the boot, and then use a soft brush to remove scuffs.

  2. The important step- make sure after the first step that your boots have time to completely dry (no cheating with a hair-dryer, this can crack the leather).

  3. Condition your boots with a dry cloth and leather conditioner. Use small circular motions. Do this until the material feels moisturised.

  4. Polish with a standard leather polish, with the small circular motions you used before.

And hey presto- your boots are looking hella fresh once more. You're welcome.

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