Fall’s best booties are not just found on those sporting Lululemon. They’re popping up all over shoes stores around town and online in an array of fabulous styles. Here are a few (ok maybe more than a few) that turned my head…
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What’s not to love about these fetchingly feisty Wild Child suede platform wedge babies. I’d wear these with skinnies or a casual dress, but a true wild child would say anything goes.
I love the color and shape of these no fuss no muss bootie shoe hybrid. While it’s still hot here in the Ham, these would look cute with shorts and later with your favorite jeans.
Suede, fringe, wedge heel and just the right amount of slouch all add up to a super cute, low key East-meets-West kind of look. Add jeans and your favorite tee and you have instant style.
A slightly dressier version of the fringe bootie, these are seriously cute and will go with anything and everything from shorts and skirts, to dresses and pants. You’ll never be on the fashion fringe if you’re wearing these!
These booties want to be taken out on the town. Perfect for dinner out with friends or date night, these will have you playing footsies under the table with sophisticated flair.
This pair has a funky flair with the snakeskin print on the heel to ratchet up your It Girl factor. I like the neutral olive shade, but if you are a bit more daring, go for the cobalt blue version. Either way, the wearer of these will have us all captivated by her (snake) charm.
No Harley bikes or tattoos necessary to don these edgy biker boots. With a stacked heel, front zip, straps and buckles, these boots will kick start your moto mojo.
I love the rich emerald color and the added gold detail – bootie perfection!
Off the Beaten Tracks’s Rhinelander from Birmingham-based online shoe store Ninety-Ten has a cool downtown flair and comes in black and two shades of brown.
Leah’s is the motherlode of boots & booties. They have over 40 shoe brands and an entire wall and then some dedicated to boots. If you are a one stop shopper, this is the place for you. Plus, you can pick up some great outfits. Leah’s is located in Altadena Square (behind the Colonnade) at 4704 Cahaba River Road. They are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (205) 969-6690
(Note: For more information on any of the boots appearing in following pictures from Leah’s, please visit the store or call the number listed above.)
So will you heed the call? With so many options here in the Ham, which booties will you be wearing this season?
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