Sarah Jessica Parker Tries Masculine Style in Cutout Buckled Booties

Please subscribe to our newsletter to receive updates from Your Next Shoes. This post may contain affiliate links. Please see our disclosure for more details.

We usually imagine Sarah Jessica Parker as the feminine Carrie Bradshaw, but her latest attire reminded us that the actress’ hit show, Sex and the City, was way over.

She went for a more masculine look on Monday while walking her twins to school in the West Village, New York City.

Sarah Jessica Parker in a masculine style as she walked her twins to school in the West Village, New York City on May 20, 2013Sarah Jessica Parker in a masculine style as she walked her twins to school in the West Village, New York City on May 20, 2013

In this instance, she wore slouchy torn boyfriend jeans and a dark jumper under a blazer paired with cutout buckled ankle boots.

Sarah Jessica Parker's booties' in a combination of blue, black, and snakeskinSarah Jessica Parker’s booties’ in a combination of blue, black, and snakeskin

We love the booties’ combination of blue, black, and snakeskin, but we think the footwear made her look a bit too manly.

Sarah Jessica Parker did not impress with her choice of shoesSarah Jessica Parker did not impress with her choice of shoes

The shoes would have been better if balanced with a more feminine outfit. Either that or she should have worn feminine shoes (like pumps or even ballet flats) with her ensemble. What do you think?

Sarah Jessica Parker's cutout buckled bootiesSarah Jessica Parker’s cutout buckled booties

Nevertheless, we love seeing SJP in this new light. What about you? Try the cutout bootie trend with the following from Nordstrom and Zappos:

Balenciaga Cutout Buckled Booties, $1,275

Balenciaga Cut Out Boots

Jeffrey Campbell Melina Cutout Booties, $160

Jeffrey Campbell Melina Cutout Boots

Credit: TNYF / WENN

DO YOU LOVE SHOES? Win free shoes, organize your shoe closet, see the latest styles + more


Curr Cat
© Copyright Your Next Shoes 2010 - 2021 | Back to Top