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Every Glamamom needs a good pair of English riding boots in her wardrobe.

Practical yet stylish, riding boots with leggings or jeans has been my uniform all winter long.

Having attended parochial school from first grade up until college, I didn't really have to think about dressing myself until then. Not only did my little uniform make me Hit Me Baby One More Time- sexy, but it saved me a tremendous amount of time and effort in the mornings. And while I love expressing myself through fashion, I pretty much still stick to a uniform during the day, especially when I'm hanging out with Sebastian and don't have a moment's peace.

Always in the market for a good boot, I was happy to have a peek at Ariat International's Fall 2011 line of authentic English and Western equestrian footwear and apparel.

I must have these for fall play dates (and maybe a plaid pair of rain boots too)...

Ariat International Fall 2011
Ariat International Rain Boots Fall 2011

If you're into the Western aesthetic, they make the cutest cowgirl boots (in both women's and girl's to match!):

Ariat International Cowgirl Boots Fall 2011

I'm also digging the accessories. Here I am playing dress up with the Snowflake belt and the very Jennifer Aniston-chic, Bristol Braid.

Ariat International Fall 2011 Snowflake Belt
Ariat International Fall 2011 Belts

Lastly, Ariat featured its equestrian-inspired apparel, including a new men's and women's denim line:

Ariat International Women's Apparel Fall 2011
Ariat International Men's Jeans Fall 2011

Nice tush!

WIN IT: Ariat International wants one Glamamom reader to try a pair of jeans from the new line.

TO ENTER: You must Follow Glamamom via Google Friend Connect (on the homepage). Simply visit Ariat and leave a comment below with which pair of jeans you would like if you win (don't worry, you don't have to tell me the size, wink!)

One entry per person.

I'll select a winner Sunday, April 17th. Open to readers worldwide.

UPDATE: The winner is #10, Kim. Congrats!

{I was not compensated for this post.}