Kacey Musgraves wore Dr. Scholl’s boots to her concert

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Podiatrist-approved shoes are the footwear equivalent of pocket dresses, combining style and practicality, and when someone compliments you on them, it’s impossible not to respond by praising that practicality. And, yes, podiatrist-preferred shoe brands can be stylish; I submit Kacey Musgraves’ combat boots as evidence. During a concert of hers on her Star-Crossed: Unveiled tour, Musgraves wore Dr. Scholl’s Hudson Combat Boots ($140-$170). Her stylist, Erica Cloud, shared a few snaps on Instagram of Musgraves’ full look, which also featured an Adam Selman Sport Track Jacket and Sport Cargo Pant ensemble, and a sparkly jeweled bikini top from CRISTAHLEA. Just in case you were wondering.

IMHO, you are more than a little justified in wanting to get a pair of these boots for yourself. Podiatrists frequently recommend the brand because Dr. Scholl’s makes shoes that provide the right amount of cushioning and arch support your feet need, along with other products like massagers and orthotics that help keep your feet healthy. These boots actually have the brand’s signature footbed technology, with anatomical cushioning, comfort and support built in. So yeah these boots are really cute Y really comfortable. The style is also more streamlined than some recent iterations of the combat boot, which can get heavy on chunky heels and hardware, keeping things simple with a lace-up silhouette. The style is incredibly versatile, pairing well with everything from sweaters to dresses, changing effortlessly between seasons.

The boots are also sustainably made; the lining, upper fabric and heel counter are made from recycled materials, the midsole from plant-based foam and dyed using water-saving techniques. Suede and leather are also responsibly sourced through the Leather Working Group, a non-profit organization that represents responsible leather sourcing.

The boots are also available in two other go-with-everything colors, which you can shop below.

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