About a month ago, I saw an Instagram post from someone [who I can’t remember] at New York Fashion Week rocking white booties. Immediately, I started browsing the internet to see what was out there. Surprised to see so many options, I ended up choosing this particular pair because I loved the pointed toe and stiletto heel. About a day later, white booties started taking over my Instagram feed, and I quickly realized I was NOT the only one jumping on this bandwagon.
Surprisingly, there are lots of ways to wear white booties this fall! When I was trying on outfits before my trip to Atlanta last week, I wanted to pair them with almost everything! From jeans to dresses to skirts, in all different colors and prints, these white booties kept being my go to shoe choice.
Below are some simple outfit ideas to help you see how to wear white booties this fall. I will do my best to show you more real life examples, so be sure to follow me on Instagram and Instastories!
Denim on Denim
As you can see in the photos, white booties paired with denim on denim provides a very stylish, yet clean look. I suggest adding a fun statement bag like this Clare V. snow cat clutch. And can we talk about this distressed and pearl denim jacket for a second? I’m obsessed with the detail!
Bright Colored Sweater with Jeans
Sometimes it’s hard to find a good shoe that goes with bright or neon colored sweaters. I usually default to leopard or black on my feet, but the white bootie seems to be the best match.
Graphic Skirt or Dress
White booties provide a nice pairing with a busy graphic print. Leopard, floral, buffalo plaid… you name it, it works! If choosing a graphic printed skirt, you can wear it with a solid neutral sweater OR try a different graphic top for a fun pattern mix.
Black and White
Black and white will never go out of style! I recently tried on black jeans with a white tea, black blazer, and white booties. Not gonna lie, I felt like a total #BOSS in it!
Again, there really are so many outfit combinations that work well with white booties. Is this a trend you think you’ll try? Tell me in the comments below!
photos by Heather Holt