Silver booties were trending on runways shows (remember those Saint Laurent Crystal boots… stunning) so of course we had to take note of this trend for Fall/Winter 2017. While silver boots and booties may seem intimidating at first glance they are not. Rocking silver booties lets people know that you know how to slay your personal style and inspires!
My style tip is to pair them with relaxed pieces from your wardrobe like shift dresses, boyfriend jeans, trousers, or even a track pant. Styling the silver bootie with relaxed pieces will give you a blogger chic look that is alluring and effortless. Finish your look with a cool third piece and simple accessories. Below I’ll tell you how to do this with a track pant.
A track pant is my go-to when I’m on the go and I pulled these out to start my look today. My booties are from Topshop; they look super designer and they are super easy to walk in! While these booties have a lower heel, they don’t skimp on sassiness so they can be worn both day and night. My denim jacket is the perfect boyfriend fit with the perfect wash which makes it a staple for my closet. My finishing touches of course are my MCM crossbody (no longer available) and Celine New Audrey sunglasses. You don’t have to splurge to get the same accessories and I will link dupes to these pieces.
Fit Guide: Topshop shoes run in half sizes only in the US. I’m always in between 9 US and 9.5 US and for these booties the 9.5 US fits well even with the pointy toe. The heel is 3.5 inches.
Shop the look |Shoes: Topshop Hot Toddy Pointy Toe Boot | Pants: Adidas Track Pants (I actually wear the men’s style) |V-Neck T-Shirt| Jacket: BP Denim Trucker Jacket | Bag: MCM Crossbody similar & under $50 option here| Sunglasses: Celine New Audrey info & the Sonix Avalon 57mm is a dupe
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