WTWW: How to Wear a Peep-Toe Bootie

Today we are looking at ways to wear a peep-toe ankle boot. When the weather is warming up, but it’s not quite warm enough to ditch your boots, may we suggest this little number from Coclico? Part sandal, part boot, let us show you how we would wear this versatile style.

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We would wear this bootie with a long chemise. If you like to wear simple shapes, this black bootie would complement your skirts and frocks nicely. The modern lines anchor the drape of this dress and give the overall look a more modern flair.

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Pant silhouettes have been changing a bit as of late. We have been talking about culottes for several seasons, and it looks like the fuller pant leg is here to stay. We would wear these booties with loose fit trousers and casual linen pants.

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Want to update your sweater+jeans routine? Sometimes just a new pair of shoes can bring new life to your personal daily uniform. We like the way these would look with skinny black jeans and a simple pull-over knit top.

So how would you wear these spring peep-toe booties? We’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for stopping by and if you would like to see more ankle boots or other great styles for women, visit our shop here. 

Spring Trend: Culottes & Clogs

Culottes and clogs. Yes, that’s what we said. The two go together like an artisan loaf of bread and an Irish creamy butter. Both very good on their own of course but, oh together, even better! Culottes have become a fashion basic in the last couple of seasons and a great way to wear them is with clogs. Clogs give you the right height and heft you need to balance out the wideness of the pant leg.

Clogs & Culottes: Coclico

These Coclico wedge clogs are modern and sleek with their color tonalities and textures. We would wear them with something simple and layered to achieve a more sophisticated look in our outfit.

Clogs & Culottes: Taddeucci

We love the look of these Giulia Taddeucci clogs with the wood bottoms stained black and the glossy leather uppers. They almost look like a piece of modern furniture. We would wear these with our favorite black culottes and a crisp white poplin shirt. Clogs & Culottes: Kupuri

We adore the 70’s vintage vibe of these Kupuri clog sandals. The perfect neutral color to wear with most of your summer casuals, stripes, and denim.

So what do you think? Ready to give culottes and clogs a try? You’ll look fabulous we promise.
To view more new arrivals visit our shop at resoul.com.

 

Spring Trend: Monochrome

One of the biggest spring trends this season is the idea of a monochrome wardrobe. Having an edited down wardrobe makes it way easier to get dressed in the morning. We all lead busy lives and having a “uniform” of sorts in your closet makes it one less thing to worry about when getting dressed for the day.

This by all means doesn’t mean boring. You can still play with pattern and add accessories to add some flair to your look. Black, white, cream and shades of grey look great on most, so having shoes that coordinate with your minimal palette is essential.

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Spring is fickle, it can feel like all four seasons in a day. Therefore, layering is the key to helping get through those months of manic weather. Same goes for these oxfords. Wear them with socks to ward off the chill, wear them without when the sun is shining brightly.

 

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WTWW: How to Wear Spring Chelsea Boots

This post is an update to a previous post we did on Chelsea boots a little over a year ago. After all, they are still an easy ankle boot to wear going into the early spring season. We just got a new one in the shop from P.Monjo in a beautiful shade of grey with a slight green cast. They are gorgeous! So we thought we would take another look at this classic style and see how we would wear them today.

What to wear with Chelsea Boots: P. Monjo

These boots will up your game when you pair them with your favorite “athleisure” pants: the legging. You can be comfy in your oversized sweater and stretchy pants and still look pulled together. Yay for comfort+style.

What to wear with Chelsea Boots: P. Monjo

Not quite warm enough yet to wear sandals, but you can wear a Chelsea boot with cropped boyfriend style jeans. Pull on a tunic top or dress with a classic trench and you are good to go! Easy, breezy, beautiful, well you know what I mean.

 

What to wear with Chelsea Boots: P. Monjo

Who says ankle boots are only for pants? Not us! We think you can rock them with dress or a skirt too. It’s all about proportions. We like the way they look with the longer hemlines. Also, way easier on your tootsies than stilettos.

If you like what you see, hop on over to our website at resoul.com. You may also like our previous post on Chelsea boots here.