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Step Up With These Booties

Step Up With These Booties

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Shoes are second in line when it comes to a girl’s best friend, and we can’t have just one pair.  Booties are becoming popular in the fashion world, and there’s no lie that they are perfect all year round. We’ve seen many bootie designs on the market such as high heel, low heel, suede, and vegan, giving us plenty of options to choose from.




Park and James:

Photo credit: Park and James Website




Across the pond we have one brand that truly knows comfort and style: Park & James. Founded by Jacqueline Park, Park sought to create a line of comfortable flat shoes that would be as attractive as heels.  Anyone looking for a unique bootie, the Renata is a great option. It features studs that give off a punk-like glam, which is ideal for anyone’s rebellious side. Meanwhile, Valentina in Vanilla sports a cream color that can compliment an outfit for almost any season.




Van Dal Shoes:

Photo credit: Van Dal Website




We all know that some of us still enjoy a good high-heeled bootie; this is where UK based company, Van Dal Shoes comes with a variety of designs. Porter, for example is designed with a supple tan leather that makes a great match with jeans or just about any day wear. However, for a more expressive pair, Gigi is made with both black and shimmering suede, excellent with a skirt and even adds a slight edge to most outfits.




Lucky Brand:


Photo credit: Lucky Brand Website




For those who may not like heels, or find them hard to walk in, don’t worry.  Lucky Brand has flat heeled booties that can rock any outfit!  The Basel Flat Bootie is a stunning black or gold faux snakeskin shoe with a 1.2 inch heel that clients can dress up for a date, or dress down for a walk in the park.  For ultimate comfort, the Faithly Bootie is a #musthave.  With a 1.37 heel height and made of suede leather, this shoe can be worn anywhere at any time.

   



DV Closet xx



Cover Image credits: http://runningshoesbrand.com/how-to-determine-your-foot-type-for-buying-running-shoes/