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New season, new you. With the change in weather should come a change in your closet. Picking up a new pair of boots (or two… or three) can really make a statement and help get you ready for some chilly fall weather. Old Gringo’s fall boots are truly à la mode, and the perfect way to start your fall off right.

Old Gringo’s fall boots incorporate all the current trends, and they do them right. Florals, stars, studs, and embellishments accent the line’s natural and earthy tones. From the classic cowgirl to the fashionista, there is a pair for everyone this season.

If you feel like really stocking up for autumn, here are seven of Old Gringo’s fall boots that we can’t take our minds off of.

Mackenzie, Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo

Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo Mackenzie, $339.
Hot like a fall evening fire, the Mackenzie’s black and tan leather are undoubtedly eye-catching, yet subtle enough to go with almost any outfit. This boot’s laser-etched details show the fine craftsmanship that Old Gringo is known for.

Thelma, Old Gringo

Old Gringo Thelma, $459.
The Thelma boot boasts a classic cowgirl silhouette, with a higher fashion heel for those nights out dancing. The boot’s black and brown leather work together to create a rustic-yet-edgy vibe, but it’s main feature? The laser-etched horseshoe and gold star, which give the boot character and add to its Western style. Some classic stitching on the toe finish off the sharp boot.

Loving, Old Gringo, Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo

Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo Loving.
We’re loving this one. All the best colors of fall come together with florals, fringe, and distressed leather. Silver studs and the word “love” top it all off, just emphasize our love affair with boots.

Alta, Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo

Yippee Ki Yay Alta,  $339.
Nothin’ better than turquoise. Put it on a boot, and we’re there. The hand-placed studs and heart and butterfly embroidery make the boot unique, while the brown leather helps it match with anything.

Blaze, Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo

Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo Blaze, $369.

FYI: Stars are huge right now. With the Blaze’s swirling embroidery brings the eye from star to star, the boot is truly a work of art. Plus, the distressed tan leather and black details makes these boots super wearable.

Cheryl, Old Gringo

Stitching, leather, brass, and turquoise… Are we in a cowgirl’s dream? This boot seriously has it all. The brown stitching and aged turquoise studs embellished on the long ear pulls give the Cheryl an iconic, vintage look.

Glamis, Yippee Ki Yay by Old Gringo

Hit the star trend with a little more gusto with the Glamis. Its rustic tones and gold star inlay make it a boot you can wear any time of the year, from the 4th of July to the winter holidays. Braiding details act as accessories for the stellar boot.

Old Gringo’s fall boots are definitely on-trend, and perfect for the approaching chilly weather. If you end up getting all seven, you’ll never have to repeat a boot in a week again.