Spring Booties

March 27th, 2014 | Style, Fashion

Whether you see us at a festival or bump into us in the ice cream aisle during a late-night run to the grocery store, we’ll probably be wearing our favorite spring booties. Sure, we love our sandals, heels, and flats, but we’ll always have this special weakness for the ankle boot in all its forms. If you’re not on-board the bootie train yet, here are 5 reasons why you need more booties in your wardrobe:

1. They pair with anything. For real though, you can find a pair of booties to wear with anything from distressed jeans to bodycon dresses.
2. They can be worn any season. Neutral booties pair well with maxi skirts even on super hot days, and it’s a no-brainer to pair them with your moto jackets in the fall.
3. They add edge to any outfit. Some booties give off more of a boho vibe, whereas black booties give any look a rebellious touch. Both looks get in A+ in our book!
4. They’re comfortable. I mean, hello. You feel like you can own any terrain in a good bootie.
5. They provide the right amount of height. Wearing booties won’t make you look like a wannabe supermodel, but they’ll also give you a bit of boost if you’re on the short side.



So you’re going to need more booties now. Shop our collection here and rock them from dusk to dawn and back again.

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