She's Gone Wine Country, Look At Them Boots

October 11, 2017

What to Wear to Wine Country

A couple of weeks ago, while "window shopping" at one of our local vintage shops, I came across a terrific pair of vintage cowboy boots. I really didn't need another pair, since I already have four pairs of western-style boots. Despite acknowledging that, I couldn't help the temptation of trying them on, which happens to be the worst thing you can do if you love something that you don't need to purchase.  The boots slid onto my feet like a dream! The broken-in condition, besides making them look perfectly rugged, also helped with the comfort factor.

Tony Lama Cowboy Boots

While walking around the store with the boots on, a few things were going through my mind. I knew I already owned a pair of black cowboy boots, but since they have tassels, they weren't as versatile and besides, they didn't feel half as comfortable as this pair. I actually have been using it as decor next to my fireplace in my living room. That apparently was a good excuse to move on to my next step, which was to find out the tag price. To my surprise, the boots were only $22.
Well, to make the story short, a few days later, in order to road test my boots, we had a picnic in the beautiful wine country of Yadkin Valley, NC. We visited a cozy winery named "Grassy Creek". The verdict? These boots are probably one of the best purchases I've made this Fall and for the wine and view, they were terrific.

What to Wear to Wine Country

Boots: Vintage (Tony Lama)/Jeans: Vintage (Levi's)/Pullover: Armor Lux. Similar/Scarf: Vintage (Neiman Marcus)/Hat: Goorin Bros/Sunglasses: Vintage (Ray-Ban)/ Basket bag: French Baskets/Picnic basket: Vintage.

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