The new issue of TWO Magazine is out and inside it, the first of the fashion stories that I shot in Palm Springs. Yee-ha! I turned into a Cowgirl for the day at Joshua Tree National Park. All in a day’s work…
You’ve seen this Hush dress about seventy-five million times now, so I don’t need to say anything else about it (apart from I love it, love it, love it) but I wanted to draw your attention to the amazing cowboy boots I have on. They have tiny little heart-shaped holes cut out from the leather! We used boots from Durango for pretty much every shot, they just worked so well and looked pre-vintaged which is always a bonus. There’s nothing worse than a shiny pair of cowboy boots – you want them roughed-up and dusty, in my opinion!
Check out these babies:
They’re so kitsch and over-the-top – they were an instant hit. I always think that cowboy boots should be worn with plenty of leg, but that’s just me. I do wear them with jeans every now and then, but I try to avoid looking as though I’m actually trying to be a cowboy – I like to sex them up a tiny bit so that I avoid that “fancy dress party” look. Tanned legs, soft cotton, dusty-bronzed makeup – those are my ideal Cowboy Boot side-orders.
I wrote about Durango Boots before – you can find more details here.
For the full magazine spread, you can sign up (free) to TWO Magazine here.
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