Sure, she may have recently made the full-blown transition from country singer to mega pop superstar, but everyone knows Taylor Swift is still a country girl at heart. The Grammy winning performer never misses the chance to incorporate a pair of good, old-fashioned boots into her designer-laden wardrobe, and here are a few of our favorite boot picks — country styles and otherwise — by T. Swift.

Red Carpet Country Kickers

Ms. Swift has graced many a red carpet in chic cowgirl boots, including a pair of custom monogrammed cowboy boots she wore during a performance at the MGM Grand Ballroom in 2007. Corral even designed their own pair named after the country darling: the Corral Taylor Swift Python Western Boots. Regardless of the Western styles she wears, Taylor’s boots are always down-home meets dressy and perfect for pairing with her formal frocks.

Get the look: Mimic Taylor’s original country-chic style with the personality-packed Jealousy Dressy Cowgirl Boots by Durango.

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Taylor’s Cute Knee-High Boots

Taylor has been known to go all sass during her rock performances in various pairs of knee-high leather boots. Whether they be flat, high-heeled or laced up to high heaven, Taylor Swift sure knows the value of a versatile black leather boot. She’s sported this style as part of glamorous on-stage outfits and comfy lounge looks alike.

Get the look: Step into the positively posh Miss Taken Boots by Dan Post if you want a pair of tall boots that are simultaneously trendy and timeless.

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It’s all About the Ankle Boot

Being the trend-setter she is, it’s no surprise that T. Swift has been known to don stylish booties. The dancing darling rocks ankle boots just about everywhere, from the red carpet to the recording studio. She’s particularly fond of high-heeled booties in versatile, match-all brown and black leather.

Get the look: The contemporary, chic and country-inspired Twisted Sister Short Cowgirl Boots by Dingo are simply a must for all Taylor fans slash boot-lovers.

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