It can be hard transitioning from Winter to Spring. You aren’t really sure what colors to wear or if it is still “appropriate” to wear certain pieces. Trust us…we face these dilemmas daily (I mean today it was 70 and tomorrow it’s going to rain). Well, we say wear whatever you want ANY season as long as it makes you feel good. Your style is defined by you… so rock what you want to! This post showcases a piece that can help you with that transition- a new shoe style we are loving for the upcoming seasons! That is why we are WAiSTEDD on peep toe booties.
Shoes are always evolving and morphing two styles together. This new shoe is a combo of a bootie and peep toe pump which makes a PEEP TOE BOOTIE (surprised??!??). Skeptics at first, we now absolutely LOVEEEEE these booties!! They are the perfect transition piece and great new, fresh addition to any wardrobe they are comfortable, practical, and edgy.
So what is so great about these? First, they are a hybrid between heels and booties which means you can wear them with so much-jeans, skirts, dresses…whatever you want! They will add some sass and an unexpected element. The peep toe and opened back are sexy, plus the block, geometric heel makes them WAYYY more comfortable than any stiletto (and you know we are all about comfort…)
We are also loving the details on these shoes. Whether it be cut outs, zippers, buckles, or straps, each of the shoes below have something to offer and add an edge to your outfit. We think the perforations on the face of the suede Dolce Vita bootie makes it a sultry, yet fun bootie. The color is also a great light neutral for Spring and will match back great with the pastels trend.
The sleek look of the Stuart Weitzman and Vince bootie are accented with the zipper and buckle detail. Depending on your preference for ankle opening, one of these two booties will definitely flatter your legs. If you want to show off a little more ankle go for the Stuart Weitzman, or go for the Vince to show off your heel (weird we know…but really it adds a little something something). And how can we not notice the great texture and pattern on the House of Harlow 1960 bootie? The black and white combo is taken to another degree with these shoes. There are so many variations you can really find a great pair that fits with your wardrobe!!