I’m wondering if it is acceptable to wear open toe-heels in the fall and winter? ~ Kerry
Peep-toe boots for summer? Check. Peep-toe boots for fall and winter? Uhm, not sure. Oh wait, why not?
Hey Kelly, there´s really no rule that says you can´t wear open-toe shoes in fall or winter. The question isn´t about appropriateness but rather how cold it´s gonna be in your area. Can you bear wearing peep-toes on chilly days?
I personally have tried it. I wore a peep-toe ankle boot with snake print skirt and mustard pullover in fall. Of course I did layering – faux fur vest and warm tights. On a warmer fall day, I tried the same peep-toe ankle boots with knee-high socks. But when it comes to winter, I definitely can´t pull it off. Winter is way too freezing here on our part of Europe. How about on your side? Here are some peep-toe looks I suggest for fall.
Peep-toe Pump for Early Fall
Most days in early fall are relatively warm so you can still go bare-legged. Try a cute peep-toe look with leopard print. Teamed with a short top and a black skater skirt, it´s a picture of youth. Add some vibrance through your bag or other accessories.
Teal Snake Peep-toe Pump for Middle Fall
For those relatively cool days, go for an ivory sweater with pleated maxi skirt and peep-toe (snake print, if possible) pumps. Finish off with nude accessories and oversized sunglasses.
Peep-toe Boot for Fall
As you approach winter, and depending on your area, the temperature can drop really low. It´s time to rock those warm, cozy layering such as knit sweater dress and leather jacket, thick black tights, and peep-toe half boots. You can either keep things neutral or inject a pop of color with a bright handbag.
What are your thoughts, girls? Do you wear peep-toe heels in fall and winter?