I think everyone loves cutout booties and it’s no wonder why you can find this footwear everywhere around. In today’s blog post I want to show you amazing outfit ideas complemented with cut-out booties you all can copy next Spring. Why do women tend to buy and wear cut-out boots? This footwear is edgy and grungy, plus you can still make them work with dressier clothes. Take a close-up look through these street style images and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
The cut-out details are placed usually around the ankle area or the shaft area of the foot. They are not the ones to wear in the cold or rainy days. This footwear is an ideal match for casual outfits. When opting for your bottom pieces, it’s very important to showcase the cut-out detail, never hide the cut-outs, otherwise what is the reason for buying such shoes? I recommend to try on Bermuda shorts, denim cut-offs, skirts, skorts, cropped jeans, or creating a cuffed look. Simple basics, like cuffed boyfriend jeans and white button-down shirts, or skinny jeans and a leather jacket can look awesome with these booties and make a real statement to your outfit.
If you are more into edgy style, then you definitely should pair cut-out booties with leather apparel. Think of leather skirts, dresses, leggings, trousers, as well as classy jackets. Sure, these booties by themselves have that special edgy look, but you can still add cool details and touches, like studs, spikes, patent leather finish, metallic trims, etc. By the way, printed clothes can ideally make cut-out booties look special. It can be plaids, grid print, as well as well-known florals. As you can see from the images below, prints and patterns work damn great with cut-out boots. I do like to wear my black booties with sophisticated and feminine outfits. If you do want to create the same look, then you better keep things simple. Go for a neutral color bodycon dress, peasant frock in ivory color, or any other monochromatic outfit which can be easily paired with cut-out booties. By the way, boho chic and hippie essentials work awesome with this footwear.
Like it or not, but cut-out boots are back with vengeance. These boots are incredibly sophisticated and look amazing with denim, prints and edgy basics. This footwear comes in tons of designs, colors, and fabrics, starting from neutral colored to printed and brightly hued ones, from leather to suede, from the ones with buckles, bulked, thick heeled to pointed toes and feminine designs.
I hear lots of ladies asking if they can wear socks with cut-out booties. Well, I think everything is possible. Even colored socks can be a fun look, but all depends on the occasion and the whole outfit. If you want to create a more polished look, then go for nude hose, or cropped socks in a neutral color. I also see many women who go for visible socks, but you can also wear booties without any socks at all. I personally not a colored socks kind of person. If booties are black, then I would go for gray or black socks. Anyway, everything is a petty individual.