Looking for mid-season shoes with a character all their own? Cowboy boots are the perfect way to end the summer and start the fall...

With a generally pointed and sometimes rounded toe, a beveled heel and a high mid-calf shaft, the cowboy boot is a fashion piece that stands on its own with a strong identity.

We suggest you finish your look with a pair of “santiags”. With these cowboy boots, you don't necessarily need to put together an original outfit, the touch of originality will be on your feet and will be noticed!

Boots are a particular type of boot that emerged in northern Mexico and the southwestern United States even before the Wild West era. They are said to have been inspired by the boots of the Vaqueros, cowboys who came from Spain.

The ever-changing trends in recent years have led to the appearance of the Roper boot, a santiag with a lower heel and a shaft that ends just above the ankle.

The pair of santiags is a must-have piece of the wardrobe. They can be worn in the summer as well as in the fall, and in the winter as well as in the spring. It is really the boot that is wearable all year round because it is adaptable to all styles. This corresponds rather well to the in-between weather of the moment in France with the change of season approaching...


We're big fans of the vibe that a cowboy boot brings to an outfit. Whether it's leather or suede, this shoe has its own signature detailing.

We recommend three santiags to complete your wardrobe that lend themselves to summer and winter outfits:

The Duerto two-tone suede leather santiag boots from Isabel Marant that could be perfect with a white country style dress or with jean shorts accompanied by a white top and a western hat.

The brandy colored Santiags with a Cuban heel from Stella McCartney are perfect for a jean and perfecto short look. They are made of 100% vegan materials!

Sandro leather ankle boots to wear with a dark pleated midi skirt, a silver belt and a warm colorful sweater.

These shoes are often unanimous in the world of fashion, so put on your shoes!

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