January 10, 2008 09:03 AM

Cowboy boots have long been a popular fashion statement for Hollywood and the rest of the world. So it was no surprise to see little Lola Rose Sheen, 2 ½, out with her mom, Denise Richards, and big sis, sporting pink cowboy boots. Here are some options for stealing her cowgirl style.

Nothing’s Too Good
If you’re a true red-blooded cowboy fanatic you’ll probably opt for cowboy boots that are made from the finest leathers. The best will cost you a pretty penny. Here are some options for people who want the cream of the crop.

Favorite Items: Robert Cavalli Disco Tex Texano Boot $250 and Cakewalk Red Cowboy Boots $140 (right, currently on sale for $75)

 Spare No Expense
Of all the cowboy boots we saw, these were the most true to the "classic"  style. They’re made of the finest materials and promise to give real comfort to growing feet.

Favorite Items: Frye Harness Pull-On $80 and Geox KidsJcowboy1 $100 (right)

Not Pinching Pennies
Pink cowboy boots weren’t hard to find at all. In fact for little girls there’s a surplus of them. Here are two we really liked and a basic pair for boys, too!

Favorite Items: Durango KidsBT5208 Boot $47,Durango KidsBT858 Boot $47 (right) and Durango Kids BT222 Boot $61 

Looking for a Better Value
We found these super-cute cowboy style rain boots and were smitten. They don’t follow the traditional style but they’re functional and won’t cost a fortune, pardon the pun, to boot.

Favorite Items: Western Chief Kids Cowgirl Rainboot $33 and Western Chief Kids Cowboy Red Rainboot $30 (left) 

Can’t Stand to Spend Over $20
Cowboy boots are a great investment as they are a classic iconic trend, BUT not everyone wants to break the bank on a pair of toddler shoes. So here’s our picks for those who like to save some money.

Favorite Items: Genuine Kids from OshKosh Jolie Cowboy Boots $15, Barbie Cowboy Boots $20 (right) and Toddler SmartFit Western Boot $23

 

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