What to Wear With Peep Toe Booties

Thalita Ferraz // Last Update: December 29, 2021 // 0 Comments

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In my humble opinion, peep toe booties are the more casual version of regular booties, and they allow you to show off your freshly pedicured toes too. So, that’s definitely a plus. Almost every girl’s dream is to own at least one pair of booties because they’re one of the most stylish closet staples ever, and they make any outfit ten times trendier. 

If you’re new to the booties club then you may want some advice as it relates to what style pieces are best to pair them with. Guess what? You’re girl has got you covered and I can’t wait to dive into some helpful tips with you! Let’s get right into it.

1. ​​​Blue Ripped Jeans with Black Peep Toe Booties

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Every closet needs a pair of blue ripped jeans just as it needs a pair of black peep toe booties. Both pieces are key wardrobe items that go extremely well with each other.

I love the rugged look of the ripped jeans and how they’re folded at the ankle, showing a bit of skin before your eyes land on her black booties. These booties were just right to finish off this look, as they suit her loose black top and matching handbag.

2. White Floral Off-the-Shoulder Top and Blue Cropped Ripped Jeans with Brown Peep Toe Booties

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This look is ideal for a trip to the countryside. The white floral off-the-shoulder top, cropped ripped jeans and brown peep toe booties remind me so much of something a carefree girl who loves the outdoors would wear.

The display of her shoulders and the cropped length of the jeans add a playful touch to this outfit, blending pleasantly with her brown booties.

​3. ​​Black Turtle-Neck Bodycon Dress and Black Leather Jacket with Black Peep Toe Booties

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Whenever a black bodycon dress and a black leather jacket meet, they always create a jaw-dropping style combo. Can you then imagine when black peep toe booties are included, how incredible you’ll look?

These boots are sleek and feisty and I’m really liking the laces at the front. These booties declare that you’re ready to dominate any event you’re about to walk into. Simply throw in some silver hoop earrings to complete this photo shoot–ready look.

4. Black Leather Skirt with Black Peep Toe Booties

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Black peep toe booties look gorgeous when paired with a black leather skirt. It’s a guarantee that you’ll look like a boss rocking this sleek look.

Another thing to note is that the stiletto heels of these booties really elevate this whole look as opposed to if the heels were shorter. Every detail counts when you’re trying to pull off a particular style.

5. Army Green Pants with Black Peep Toe Booties

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Black booties always look amazing with army green pants. Maybe it’s because we’ve become so accustomed to seeing army green and black being worn together, but hey, it works.

Next time you’re wearing your army green pants, try pairing them your black peep toe booties. Any color top will do, if you don’t want to give a complete army vibe, but if that’s the look you’re going for then a black top is the way to go.

6. Nude Trench Coat with Brown Peep Toe Booties

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As I look at this ensemble, the first thing that comes to mind is that it’s just so cute. Of course the patterned pink dress is bringing the color to this outfit but right now, I’m focusing on the chic nude trench coat.

Trench coats are extremely vital when creating your capsule wardrobe as they make any outfit look far more sophisticated. I find peep toe booties to be held in the same regard as well – they too are sophisticated closet gems. 

Now that I’ve highlighted some of the best pieces to wear with your peep toe booties, what do you think? Are you totally feeling these outfits? Which look caught your eye? I wanna know. Tell me, in the comment section below.
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