Slouchy, red, long or ankle, no matter the style orientation of your boots this Winter there is one thing you MUST do - that is make sure they rock a pointed toe!
As sharp on the tootsies as they are on the trend reports, pointed toe boots are being worn at large both on the catwalk as much as they are on the pavements. Their fierce structure are a go-to for Fashion Mavericks, designers and even those who would consider themselves more of a casual Fashionista. No matter where you fall in the fashion circuit - this sleek style is the boot to own!
On the catwalks designers by the likes of Emilio Pucci sent models out in plain black (pointy toed) boots, while Alexander Wang opted for suede with lacing (again with pointed toes of course).
Off-White, Altuzarra and Balenciaga celebrated this sharp style too - using a plethora of textures and colours to represent their individual brands while still working the shoe of the moment.
With a chic line that helps elongate the leg, pointed boots can be worked with anything from jeans, to ¾ length skirts to a LBD. Here’s how:
This season you’ll notice that jeans are straight cut and 90’s in vibe. They are looser in the leg, higher in the waist line and are often cropped - and this cropping is where pointed toe boots can really make their mark.
Booties look the best with this style of jean - the cropping of the boot and the jean combined forms an incredibly modern balance.
¾ LENGTH SKIRT
Floaty and feminine, even when fashioned from starchy material or sheer chiffon - the ¾ length skirt is one that has been playing out large in ensembles worn by Trend Setters. The billowing material does have a tendency to add mass to the wearer, so there is no better way to slim-line the overall effect than by adding a pair of pointed boots to the look. The sharpness of the shoe will bring a chic amount of balance to the outfit while keeping it superbly urban.
Classic, short and minimal - the LBD is something that every woman should own and know how to style with the most current trends in order to keep the dress fashionably relevant. There is no easier way to form a slim-lined silhouette this season than to add a pair of pointed toe booties (thigh high or ankle height will work).