Head Over Heels

2 years ago Who Knew?0

Your boot heel height factors into your equine extra-curricular activities more than you know. As you go about your daily country Western way of life, stick to these specific measurements, especially if you want to make work and play painless experiences:

  1. Wear the typical fashion heel (2 inches on up) for dancing and special occasions;
  2. Sport the typical Western heel (1 ½ inches to 2 inches) for horseback riding and farm labor; and
  3. Don the typical roper heel (no more than 1 ½ inches) for heavy-duty labor on the land.

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Cowgirl Candace

Candace, a.k.a. Cowgirl Candace, is an award-winning feature writer, internationally published brand blogger and wardrobe stylist.

The fourth-generation cowgirl and veteran journalist pioneered digital platform Southern Styles & Steeds — a country Western fashion, beauty and lifestyles blogazine — to share the sophisticated styles and sincere stories from her Down South upbringing.