Miron Crosby's Wedding Boot
The boot can be personalized with a monogram or wedding date.
With wedding season in full swing (we’re still swooning over the newly married and incredibly good-looking Duke and Duchess of Sussex), pretty things such as floral bouquets, diamond tiaras, lace cathedral veils, and other delicate details are all we can think about.
Although Meghan Markle’s something blue turned out to be an exquisite aquamarine cocktail ring that once belonged to Princess Diana, a quintessential Texas bride might wish for a little something that reminds her of her Southern roots.
Highland Park Village boutique Miron Crosby‘s new Wedding Boot — a chic, powder-blue cowboy boot accented in pearlized shell — does just that.
The boot takes inspiration from traditional Latin American papel picado (perforated paper) love banners, with kissing doves, inlaid flowers, vines, and hearts.
Brides work with Miron Crosby’s design concierge to customize their pair with a monogram or wedding date, on one or both boots.
“Growing up in West Texas, we were gifted custom boots to mark special occasions,” says Miron Crosby co-owner Lizzie Means Duplantis. “Maybe my most treasured pair is the one that my sister, Sarah, and my brother gave me the morning of my wedding. Every time I put them on, I am transported back to that day. They are such a special keepsake.”
Miron Crosby custom wedding boots, $2,500, at Miron Crosby, 25 Highland Park Village, 214.238.3385.