Vanessa Hudgens' go-to winter footwear is gloriously unexpected. The actor has traded out her sleek booties and slouchy knee-highs for something a little more fun this season. You're going to want a pair of Vanessa Hudgens' cowboy boots to wear with all your winter outfits, too.
On Weds., the Second Act actor was spotted on a coffee run with boyfriend Austin Butler in Los Angeles. Hudgens wore a wide-brimmed sun hat and chunky white roll-neck sweater as the couple hit up Blue Bottle Coffee in the trendy Los Feliz district the day after Christmas. She kept extra warm by layering a checked menswear blazer over the knit and tucked her skinny jeans into a surprising style of boots.
The 30-year-old has been living in her camel-colored Western boots this cold-weather season. The cowboy boots are by Parisian fashion house Gerard Darel — a favorite of Jennifer Garner, Angelina Jolie, and Jessica Alba — which just opened its first boutiques stateside in New York City and Los Angeles in 2017.
The Santiag boots that Hudgens is obsessed with are shin-high and slightly heeled with traditional Western-style inlays. While they're currently sold out on the website, you should put yourself on the waiting list immediately (and be treated to 50 percent off).
As the Powerless actor has demonstrated, these boots really do go with everything. During her first outing with the bold shoes in early Nov., she sported them under a pair of wide-leg black trousers and a low-key crop top. Then, on Nov. 25, she tucked a pair of heather-gray leggings into them and kept warm with an oversized teddy coat.
Just before the holiday, she wore them again with the coziest all-black leggings and cropped hoodie combo, and now, she's elevating them with a sleek turtleneck and blazer look. Her wide spectrum of outfits is all the proof you need that a neutral cowboy boot truly works with anything.
Get yourself a pair of these wear-with-anything shoes ASAP. Ahead, Vanessa Hudgens' boots and The Zoe Report's other favorites to help rescue your winter outfits (and keep your toes cozy along the way).