How to Style Open-Toe Booties – Get Inspiration From 12 Celebrities

While pumps and sandal are fantastic footwear choices, have you considered wearing stiletto ankle boots or booties?

Open-toe booties can provide more edge than other styles. The toe-baring design gives off that mysteriously sexy vibe — showing just a tiny bit of skin without being too blatant about it. It spices up a look and makes it a tad more interesting.

You’ll be amazed at how versatile a pair of open-toe booties can be. They go with practically any outfit, are appropriate for most occasions, and may be worn in most kinds of weather. They look great with shorts, jeans, skirts, dresses, and even evening gowns. Just see below how some of Hollywood’s leading stars have worn them in the past:

Casual or Party

Whether you’ll be doing some quick shopping or going to a cocktail party, open-toe booties will help you look great while engaging in these activities. They add some oomph to an ordinary pair of jeans and make a simple top-with-short-skirt look party-fabulous.

Casual

Kendra Wilkinson Ankle Booties

Kendra Wilkinson wearing Ankle BootiesKendra Wilkinson out shopping at Create and Barrell at The Grove in Los Angeles on October 26, 2010

Rosie Fortescue in Open-Toe BootiesRosie Fortescue at the launch party for the Odabasj and Macdonald collection at the ME Hotel in London, England, on June 25, 2013

Party

Audrina Patridge

Audrina PatridgeAudrina Patridge at the 5th Annual Sunset Strip Music Festival at SkyBar in Los Angeles on August 17, 2012

Audrina Patridge Open-Toe BootiesAudrina Patridge on a night out at Hemingway’s Lounge in Hollywood, California, on August 18, 2013

With Dresses or with Pants

Pants paired with open-toe booties give off a tough-yet-sexy vibe, while dresses matched with open-toe booties are more on the feminine-with-an-edge style. Both looks are fabulous options, and choosing one over the other largely depends on what style you want to channel.

Dresses

Jessica Wright in Open-Toe BootiesJessica Wright leaving Novikov in London, United Kingdom, on August 17, 2013

Louise Roe in Open-Toe BootiesLouise Roe at MTV EMA’s 2012 photo call in Frankfurt, Germany, on November 9, 2012

Pants

Gwen Stefani in Open-Toe BootiesGwen Stefani, with members of her band No Doubt,leaving lunch at Porta Via in Beverly Hills, California, on December 1, 2012

The World Premiere of The Lone RangerEmma Roberts at the world premiere of  The Lone Ranger at Disney California Adventure Park in Los Angeles on June 22, 2013

Any Season

Spring and Summer

As opposed to regular closed-toe booties, open-toe booties are for obvious reasons most popular during spring and summer. If you want to go out in the sun in style, forgo the comfortable-yet-not-so-interesting and go for a pair of the more alluring open-toe booties.

Kym Marsh in Open-Toe BootiesKym Marsh at White Lion pub in Manchester, England, on July 27, 2013

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West depart their Manhattan hotel

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West depart their Manhattan hotelKim Kardashian departing from her Manhattan hotel in New York City on April 24, 2013

Fall and Winter

Fall is, of course, a good time to wear open-toe booties. While the weather isn’t exactly warm, on most days you may not feel the need to cover up your toes. Match your open-toe booties with layered separates (tops, jackets, cardigans, or scarves), or wear your pair with a short, leg-showcasing skirt. A dress and a topper like the ones Katie Holmes wore below would also be a great choice.

Chloe Sims in Open-Toe BootiesChloe Sims at the opening of a new cosmetic surgery establishment, SPM Academy in Essex, England, on May 5, 2012

Katie Holmes in Open-Toe BootiesKatie Holmes arriving at her home in Manhattan, New York City, on March 27, 2012

Can’t wait to try any of these styles? Which one would you rock first? You can shop for open-toe booties at Neiman Marcus and Shopbop.

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