Spring shoe trend



Shoe booties, or ankle boots, are an assured way of getting compliments for shapely, gorgeous legs. These shoe booties are higher in length, as compared to your regular shoes, but don’t reach up as high as the ankle-length boots. So, you can wear them comfortably during summers without sweat. Highlight your ankles with stylish designs like the BCBG Paris kooba cut out ankle bootie, Madden girl bootie or even the Marc Jacob’s bootie.

Looking fashionable with booties- Shoe-booties can be tricky. The lengths of these boots were made shorter to show off those tanned legs. So, let your dress length be way above the knees. The chunky designs of these booties compliment feminine outfits of shorter lengths too. Skinny jeans and long tunics or shirt dresses look ‘wow’ on these booties. You can team your Sanita shoes blue clogs with leggings too.

Killing the look- Pairing them with knee-length dresses or skirts would be a fashion crime. Don’t wear them with boot-cut or flared denims as they do no justice to these stylish shoes. The same goes for floaty maxi dresses where only the tips of your feet are visible. Also, women who have wide calves should avoid very dainty or chunky booties. Opt for slimming colors like black, to create the illusion of thinner calves. You can also pair them with skinny jeans or leggings of the same color to create a slimming illusion. Funky designs and patterns from Madden girl bootie and Marc Jacobs’s bootie are available in cuff styles that can be worn rolled-up or rolled-down.

Guest Blogger: Rashmi

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