My Bootie Collection

Ah, fall, the season of booties booties booties. I wouldn’t say I have an addiction, but definitely on that path. I have been wearing my booties with so many outfits, so I thought I’d share my collection and talk about them!


my BOOTIE collection

I purchased my BP Train Wrap Belted Bootie in Black/Black during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale in 2014 and I am STILL wearing them! It’s been over two years and considering how much I wear them, they are still in pretty decent condition (got some dirt on it recently oops). These elongate my legs very well, especially when I wear them with black skinny jeans. The belted details add a little something to just a plan black bootie. The heel height is 2 3/4″ and they are very comfortable to walk in – I walked in these for more than ten hours in Brooklyn with a friend once and my feet were still good.


The Cole Haan Cassidy Bootie in Maple Sugar is perfect for spring, summer, and fall, because it is in a nice nude color and elongate your legs when you wear dresses. I purchased these during the Cole Haan end of summer sale in 2015. The heel height is 3″ and is very comfortable to walk in because it hugs your feet very well. It is a very simple pair of booties but go well with light-washed jeans, dresses, and even shorts!


I got my Jeffrey Campell Lowell Leather Boot on sale from Nastygal. The detailing on the back is not only edgy but also makes it more comfortable to wear because it is stretchy. The heel height is 2 1/2″ but my toes usually hurt a bit after walking in them for too long. These are probably my edgiest pair of booties in my collection, and I love them because it allows me to mix up my look once in a while. I like to wear these with rompers or black skinny jeans!


Next up are the only pair of booties that I paid full price for – my Forever21 black booties. I honestly don’t know what these are called but they are very comfortable. There is a half inch platform that makes it extra comfortable. I purchased these for almost 40 bucks and since they are my cheapest pair of booties, I wear them to concerts because I really don’t care if they get damaged and they are super comfortable (I think I said that three times already). It has a cute lace-up detail but you don’t actually have to deal with the laces because there is a zipper! How genius!


My Stuart Weitzman Glove Bootie in Black Leather is my most expensive and dressiest pair. I purchased these in January during their winter sale for 50% off! Stuart Weitzman came out with something similar this year, but with a slightly different shaped heel and in black instead of gold. The heel height is 4″ but still pretty comfortable because there is a lot of support. The gold heel adds a little sparkle to my outfit, especially when I wear all black to work. It also pairs well with dresses and jeans. The only annoying thing about these booties is the detail that I like when I wear them – the tie-up detail, because when I put them on I can’t just zip them up, I have to actually tie them up. Definitely glad I splurged on them though!


Last but not least are my fringe booties! These are the Breckelle’s Gail-26 Bootie in Beige from Zooshoo. They are a tad bit small for me so I don’t wear them as often, but they are VERY cute. It looks great with a fur vest or just a white sweater and jeans. Even though I love the fringe detail, I don’t wear it to work because of it, but I do like to wear them on the weekends!


I hope you enjoyed my BOOTIE collection! Tell me which pair is your favorite in the comments below. Thank you for stopping by : )



  1. November 13, 2016 / 3:28 PM

    You have so many awesome booties girl!! Love your collection!! I really love the last two!! I am a sucker for fringe haha!

  2. November 18, 2016 / 1:40 AM

    I love the fringe boots, they’re so cute! Love your collection 🙂

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