Hello Hello!! Now I love boots and as of lately I love booties. I didn’t think I would love them as much as I do. I think they are going to be in style for awhile so that is how I validate buying them. This season I have bought a few pairs and I just want to quickly talk about what I like about each and what I wish was changed.
The two on the right are fairly similar in cut and style, they have a block/ stacked heel and the shaft goes up to the same height all around. The large picture on the left (currently my favorite if you couldn’t tell) have a stacked heel and the shaft comes to a V in front.
The two on the right-
- I love- how comfortable they are, their statement focal point (metallic heel and the straps on the back), I can wear socks with them, I like that they aren’t leather so I don’t have to be as careful with them, and their price.
- I dislike- their lack of mobility since the front comes up as high as the sides it really constricts the movement of my ankles. Which I wasn’t expecting when I bought them.
The one on the left
- I love- the V in the front, I feel like it really makes my leg look longer when I wear them, the cutouts along the side are amazing. They are this amazing suede that yes I do need to be more careful with but I feel so fancy when I wear them.
- I dislike- the leather that comes up on the side needs to be broken in, the first few times I wore them they did leave marks on my ankles but after a few wears its much better, I cannot really wear socks with them. And the price, as I said above they are real leather and designer which comes with a price tag.
Here is a quick side by side of me styling the brown ones similarly.
So which one looks better? I personally prefer the ones on the left, as I said before I think the V really elongates my legs which as a short person is great.
The next pair of booties I am thinking about buying are a pair that has a V or open sides, I think they look really cool but I am unsure how they will fit or stay on so I have been hesitating.
Let me know your thoughts.