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one man's junk is another man's golden treasure-y goodness

one man's junk is another man's golden treasure-y goodness

Sienna_boots_2 >> Guilty as charged.  I admit it, I've fallen for the whole cowboy boots craze.  Maybe it's because I'm back in Texas that I finally folded, who knows.  I just like the way they look, especially with a skirt, a la Mary Kate or Sienna Miller (left).  But enough of my gushing.  The real reason I've brought you here today is to divulge a special secret. Texas_junk_co_4 While traipsing through the hell that some call Houston, I came upon a fabulous little place called Texas Junk Co.  Oh good, junk, you're thinking, and from Texas, no less.  She's really gone batty this time.  But I haven't.  At least, not yet.  If you've been arrowed by the boot cupid like I have, you'll soon understand why I'm raving about this place.  It boasts of "over one thousand used cowboy boots from $30," and honey, it's not lying.  I walked into the place not expecting to find much, Boots_1and came out with a great pair of ivory ostrich-leather boots for $60.  Now that's a bargain.  Yeah, they're a little scuffed, but it gives 'em character.  In my opinion, cowboy boots are like Chuck Taylors - the dirtier and more broken-in and scuffed they are, the better.  I mean, I like what I got.  But if you're looking for the real Sienna-wearing deal, I suggest you visit R.Soles.  They run for about ₤295.

Texas Junk Company:  215 Welch St.,  Houston, TX

**sources: saraloveringphotography, sienna-online.org

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