As October becomes more official with each turning leaf, it’s time to shift our footwear selection to complement the season – boot season, that is. And making an annual return to cover our legs in buttery leather is the classic English-style riding boot. But before we walk the walk, let’s talk about the origin of the coveted equestrian style.

BLG-1784 What Are You Really Wearing Riding Boots

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October 8, 2013

As happy as we were to have a day off, Labor Day weekend made us realize it’s about time to wave goodbye to these summer staples.

1. Popsicles just don’t taste as sweet when the temps turn down.

2. Goodbye, beach hair. Hello, sleek strands.

3. Sure, you can take a road trip any time of year, but the summer road trip is a classic.

4. ‘Tis the season for boats to hibernate.

5. You may have to wait awhile to see your blooming garden again, but at least you have new riding boots.

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September 3, 2013

Ahh, boot season. Just about every year at this time, the riding-boot lust creeps up and we just have to get our hands on a new pair. They’re always so pretty right out of the box. But – let’s be honest – these shoes take a lot of wear and tear. They crunch through leaves, snow, and dirt, after all.

Want to save your beloved boots from total destruction? Just consider these tips (even if you’re not into the whole equestrian thing).

Riding Boot Care

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August 25, 2013