8 Beautiful Oxford Booties ...


Oxford booties are cozy, trendy, and absolute must-haves for the city going girl.

And with so many options to choose from, you’ll find your perfect pair in no time!

I like to wear my oxford booties with opaque black tights, a flirty mini, and a put-together leather blazer.

With these 8 pairs of beautiful oxford booties in your closet, you’ll be ready for anything.

1. Sofft Cadence

Sofft Cadence

Looking for oxford booties that are versatile without being boring?

Meet your match!

With these suede shoes on your feet, you’ll look haute for work (or play!).

I’d wear them with dark wash skinny jeans, a v-neck sweater, and an oversized tote for a shopping trip with the girls.

Pick them up now on Zappos for $97.99.

2. Steven Princey

Steven Princey

Hello, gorgeous!

With these sky high platform booties on your feet, you’ll be the star of any party.

Lace ‘em on over your usual tights and dress combo –these booties will go with anything!

Find them now on Zappos for $199.

3. Nine West Rymer Reason

Nine West Rymer Reason

These are by far my favorite oxford booties this season!

The smooth, supple leather will make your toes feel ultra-cozy and the stacked heel will let you walk around all day.

No hobbling for you!

Best of all, almost any gal can pull them off.2

I’d wear them with skinny jeans and my favorite leather satchel bag.

Get ‘em before they’re gone over at Zappos for $90.99.

4. Restricted Lynn Oxford Bootie

Restricted Lynn Oxford Bootie

You’ll be the trendiest gal in town with these oxblood booties on your feet!

This rich hue is so in this season and the killer heel makes it a go-to party bootie.

I’d wear these with an olive colored skirt, tights, and a lace blouse.

Buy them now on DSW for $69.95.

5. Envy Christina Oxford Bootie

Envy Christina Oxford Bootie

Who needs black when you can go green?

Wear these as you would any black or neutral hue.

I’d pair them with jeans and a blazer for a casual night out.2

Get them now on DSW for $69.95.

Sole Society ‘Sabine’ Oxford
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