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Top Winter Shoe Trends for Women in 2011

This year, the top shoe trends for women are based on two specific style elements: lace-up features and desert style with attitude. These features are most prominent with booties, which are the perfect winter wardrobe choice.

 

Booties bring your typical winter boot choices to an entirely different level. Hotter and hotter each year, they continue to offer some of the chicest styles for women. Sleek and versatile, they hit just at the ankle or right above it.

 

Booties let you wear a boot without feeling like you’re wearing a boot. They’re more of a cross between a pump, a sandal, and a boot. They combine the best of all three worlds to create a fresh, sophisticated shoe style for you to wear with nearly any ensemble.

 

The top lace-up and desert-style bootie trends are defined by a few different features, such as:

 

  • Thin lace-up fronts, both combat and Victorian-style.
  • A variety of neutral shades. Tans, beiges, whites, blacks, and greys are especially in vogue.
  • Lots of suede and leather materials that are particularly worn-out looking.
  • Cowboy and Western-inspired boots with pull-on features, complete with short, chunky heels.

 

For an edgy, urban desert look, try the Lipstik Santa Barbara styles, which come in taupe or black. With a 3cm heel height and earthy suede exterior that works great with both jeans and dresses, you’ll be set for the winter. Keep your eye out for these top winter shoe trends for 2011, and get them while they’re hot!

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