We just want to have a fashion sandwich with Dan and Dean Caten! These chic masterminds behind the Dsquared brand have once again showcased stylish ingenuity. How so? Well, for Milan Fashion Week the duo hit the crowd with the Dsquared Fall 2018 Cowboy Boot Sandal. All we can say is, “Yippie-Ky-Ay!”
Fashionable Mention: Dsquared Fall 2018 Cowboy Boot Sandal From Milan Fashion Week
Let’s keep it 99 plus 1… These are not your average sandal heels! For their Dsquared Fall 2018 collection the label marries together the vintage old west with modern flair. Their Cowboy Boot Sandal at first glance resembles a normal cowboy boot with leather, rhinestones, cow hide patterns and other studded detailing. However, the real fun begins with the sandal cut-outs, straps as well as sharp, thin high heel. Bomb.
Therefore, how can one pair these shoes with garments currently in their closet? You might be surprised, but it honestly would not be hard at all. These sandals will add fire to any Bohemian style dress or skirt. Also, boot cut denim as well as a black pleather/vegan pant will go seamlessly with this Dquared look.
Furthermore, we are always all for recycling a trend and making it feel fresh. For instance, last year denim suits (as spotted on Kelly Rowland) and jumpsuits (seen on Ciara and Teyana Taylor) heated up the fashion scene. Therefore, do not toss these ensembles out, just make them cool again. Update a denim suit or jumpsuit that you have in a cinch with a pair of these bad boy sandals. By incorporating something new, instantly your clothing with take on a more current impression.
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