The fashion industry has developed a bad case of rodeo fever for spring/summer, and I am here for it! A wonderful little dress with cowboy boots has been a popular wardrobe choice among fashionistas and magazine editors alike.

During the most recent global fashion week, they all wore fantastic cowboy boots with both Western and contemporary clothing. Even Isabel Marant has pushed the cowboy boots and floral skirts aesthetic – hard!

To steal the look, I’ve compiled a list of the greatest dresses to pair with cowboy boots. There are numerous options for girls, from white dresses to structured dresses to bohemian dresses to combine with cowboy boots!

Boho Dresses

If you want to add flair to your cowboy boots and dress ensemble, a bohemian or 70s-style dress is your best option. The hippie heyday style is essential for giving off a bohemian look!

What type of boho dresses can be worn with cowboy boots, you ask? Look for clothing features like cross-stitching, embroidery, and crocheted gowns. Dress shape and fit are also vital in projecting the proper vibe.

Bell sleeves, high collar-sleeved tiny dresses, and boxy dresses are among the options. Long, flowy tired dresses also fit the boho aesthetic. 

Deep V Neck Ruffle Long Sleeve Dress

Seriously, this is the ideal dress to wear with cowboy boots.

The long sleeves create movement to your clothing and are ideal for the rural girl in your heart.

The finest aspect is that you will receive many compliments. The look is quite versatile; just add a cute western wear belt and you’re set to go! Whatever color you want, every color would look great with your cowboy boots!

There are other ways to spice up the dress without using cowboy boots; however, if you prefer rural style, you should consider this pair.

Black Dress

We all agree that a simple black dress can go easily with any type of shoes, including cowboy boots. Nothing is more iconic than the little black dress. The tiny black dress is an excellent choice for any occasion. This dress is ideal for a night out, a trip to the farmer’s market, or a cookout. There are many types of black dresses to wear with cowboy boots, but I highly recommend the two-string black dress, which is the perfect black dress to wear with cowboy boots. It’s comfortable yet gorgeous, and it looks great with cowboy boots. Wear tan cowboy boots and gold jewelry for a gorgeous appearance! 

Maxi Dresses

Long dresses and cowboy boots are an excellent match! Especially if you’re matching a worn, flowing, or embroidered western dress with cowboy boots.

Choose classic cowboy or short western boots to pair with a less roomy maxi dress with limited legroom. For the ultimate appearance, pair it with a leather shoulder bag or tote and huge hoop earrings.

This combo would be popular among individuals who appreciate country style! This fit would be appropriate for a farm or a picnic in the forest.

Halter Deep V Neck Short Dress

If you’re seeking the ideal summer short dress with cowboy boots, this is it. Going to the beach? This is the perfect item to wear for family photos. This tiny dress will turn heads. This summer staple dress is lively and flirtatious, and it will undoubtedly enhance your confidence.

With this flowy dress, you won’t have to choose between comfort and style! Style your appearance with various accessories such as bracelets, rings, and so on. 

Floral Dresses

Florals are a summer essential. They come around every year, and I can’t get enough of them. True to say, my love for florals grows stronger with the addition of the proper pair of boots.

A floral dress and cowboy boots lend a charming touch, making this look enticing. This tie-knot floral chiffon mini dress is the perfect fit for you. This dress will make you the center of attention at any gathering! It’s a small length with a self-tie bowknot in the front. The ruffle hem adds to the feminine vibe, while the shirred waist ensures a flattering fit.

Gingham Dresses

It’s difficult to think about country attire without thinking of gingham! A gingham dress with cowboy boots is a terrific complement for fun, laid-back, and vibrant rural summer days, regardless of the garment’s form or shape.

Pair it with a classic cowboy boot color that complements the dress. Brown, tan, or beige cowboy boots add to the country/earthy feel. Add a straw handbag to complete your look.

If your gingham dress has a more modern feel, opt for a more structured purse and add some edge with jet-black cowgirl boots. 

Solid Sweetheart Neck Ruffle Hem Swing Dress

You’ll feel like a total country doll in this sweetheart-necked dress!

With the soft material, you’ll be able to run any errand while looking great. Sometimes a basic outfit is the best option.

The casual, rustic styles are ideal for every season. During the colder months, wear a coat to stay warm. Consider this flowing dress a wardrobe staple from now on. Any hue may work great with your favorite cowboy boots!

Off-the-shoulder Dresses

The off-the-shoulder neckline exudes elegance to me, which is why I prefer the off-the-shoulder appearance. A pair of cowboy boots adds a playful touch to any off-the-shoulder dress. It gives off an easy-going, summer vibe.

This dress is perfect for exposing your shoulders and collarbones. Want to show off your shoulders and your boots? Look no further than this gorgeous dress! It features a gorgeous tie in the back, lantern sleeves, and a ruffle hem. 

Chunky Lace

A thick lace dress with cowboy boots is incredibly decadent. Especially if you wear a white lace dress with dark western boots. The flared sleeves on this dress, like the one at the bottom right above, provide a charming Western touch.

An eyelet dress, regardless of shape, length, or color, exudes a bohemian-meets-country attitude. I love pairing an eyelet summer dress with traditional cowboy boots, a little leather cross-body purse, and a lovely straw hat! It’s giving both an innocent and sexy vibe at the same time!

Tunic Dresses

A collection of boho dresses to wear with cowboy boots would be incomplete unless I included a tunic dress. A 70s dress staple, its laid-back vibe pairs well with western boots, particularly classic tough taller models. However, a short western-style ankle boot will also work. Frills, lace, and embroidery will give your tunic dress a more bohemian appearance. Any leather purse, whether tough or elegant, will do. A cowboy hat is optional. This combination will make you appear as hippie as possible.

Crochet Dresses

The crochet dress is undoubtedly the most popular dress kind at any chic summer music festival! These emanate summer and boho vibes and will look fantastic with cowboy boots.

The looser the crochet dress is woven, the more casual and relaxed it will be. Look for crochet dresses with side slits or over-the-knee cowboy boots.

Wear a longer, tighter dress with Western-style ankle boots rather than taller ones. Complete the ensemble with a leather or denim jacket and a contrasting handbag.

White Midi Dress

Don’t you know that a midi dress with cowboy boots makes an excellent mix for everyday wear or out on a date with your friends? A white dress complements the look even more.

Because a white dress is such a blank canvas, consider belting it with a thin, double, or thick leather belt, then add some fine gold jewelry and flowy hair for the ultimate boho look. Any color cowgirl boot will suffice. Is your white dress lengthy and snug-fitting? Choose a lower-height western boot to keep the boots from bunching up underneath the dress. 

Tiered Shirt Dresses

I especially like this outfit because it has a faint but distinct Western flair. The flounced hem, contrast buttons, and western yoke (called top seam) all give it a yee-haw flair.

Belt this type of garment with a thicker leather belt, as shown, or a western buckled version. Add a structured leather shoulder bag to match or contrast with the cowboy boots, as well as some big statement jewelry. Wear a Western hat to channel your inner cowgirl.


The way you style your dress with cowboy boots will always be determined by the occasion and the appearance you want to achieve. Of course, wearing cowboy boots with dresses – any dress – will result in a more relaxed style.

Wearing a bridal gown with cowboy boots is best suited for a country and/or laid-back event. Even in a more casual setting, wearing a dress with cowboy boots can be enjoyable since you can make it as “western” as you like.