How to Style Your Peep-toe Boots

Designed with a small opening for a few of your toes to peek out, peep-toe boots an edgy yet feminine alternative to chunky stiletto boots and thigh-high suede boots. Whether you wish to show off your cute pedicure or simply love the modern style of boots, keep on reading for our stylish tricks of wearing them.

  1. Ankle boots with denim jeans.

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Black leather peep-toe boots look great with black skinny jeans, making you look taller and leaner while keeping you comfortable in a peep-toe style. You may also go for a monochromatic look like fashion blogger Veronica Popoiacu did, by going for a pair of gray jeans and gray suede peep-toe with open back style. Slouchy boyfriend jeans can also work with peep-toe boots, especially if you roll your hem up a bit to show off your cute footwear like Jane Aldridge did. Just experiment with different colors and styles to find the look that’s right for you.

  1. Peep-toe boots with a dress.

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Since peep-toe boots are an updated ’50s style, they look great with fitted sheath dresses or dresses with full skirts. Copy the vintage look from Jane Aldridge by wearing a pair of black peep-toe boots with a burgundy dress perfect for formal parties. Women’s peep-toe shoes look best with dresses that fall just above or below the knee, but they also look good with maxi dresses. Like fashion blogger Mary Orton, just go for the maxi length on your dress that will still show your calves while wearing peep-toe boots to look proportional and balanced on your street style looks.

  1. Ankle boots with creative office outfits.

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If classic black pumps are not a strict dress code on your office, then go for a pair of black peep-toe boots the will go well with your black pencil skirt or business suit. Just look for a pair of leather peep-toe boots in neutral shade for a formal and durable style for work. Like Mary Orton, you may even make your office outfit look intentional by going for a leather jacket that will complement your leather boots, or simply opt for a chic blazer or sweater for a more discreet look.

  1. Peep-toe boots with architectural outfits.

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Peep-toe boots are great for complementing the architectural trend due to its cut-out structure on the toes. Feel free to team them with your slit dresses, structured skirts, layered outfits, tennis skirts, boxy jackets and such that will create a fashion-forward look while keeping you cool in the heat. Though you may go for flashy and colorful shades on your peep-toe boots, remember that black would be the fail-safe choice.

  1. Thigh high boots as a creative alternative for leggings.

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If you’re a fan of wearing leggings with your short skirts, dresses, and shorts, think of going for a pair of thigh-high boots in peep-toe style to look more creative and unexpected on your looks. Like fashion blogger Micah Gianneli, dare to wear a sexy bodycon dress with a pair of black thigh high boots that will give you enough coverage while giving you a hint of skin. For avant-garde and futuristic look, copy Christine Centenera’s style of wearing an abstract print fluorescent top with a pencil skirt and thigh-high boots in peep-toe style. This way, you’ll look more creative, bold, and exceptional on your street style looks.

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