To Peep or Not to Peep?


Soo, today’s post is dedicated to one of my lovely readers who wanted me to clarify one of the most commonly questioned topics in fashion. Can you or should you wear peep toe shoes in the winter?? Apparently, there’s a ton of people who are on the fence but I have decided yes, YES YOU CAN! You just have to remember a few things regarding color and material!

Deep colors (blacks, browns, reds, berrys) and nude colors (usually matching your skin tone) can really be worn year round, from day into evening. Seasonal colors, worn mostly during spring and summer months, usually consist of bright or light colors (pinks, blues, oranges, yellows, white). You definitely wouldn’t want to be wearing these during a snow storm no matter how cute you think your outfit will be at the party!

Oh and just a friendly reminder, let’s remember ladies, those toes should be well manicured before they are peeking out of anybody’s shoes! Just because your feet are hiding in boots the majority of the fall and winter months does not mean they can not look pretty! OK! Now back to our regularly scheduled program 🙂

Let’s talk fabrics! Leather, patent and suede are usually pretty safe to wear through-out the year. But again, some fabrics you should just know not to wear during cooler months if – A. Your toes will be cold and B. Your shoes can easily get soaked. So, then, it is safe to assume that you should save your canvas, lace, and cork wedges and heels for next spring and summer. Those months will be here again before you know it and until then you can stock up on more shoes!

So, ladies, when do YOU wear your peep-toes? I want to hear from you!
My favorite peep toe look this season is definitely the peep toe bootie! Check out some of my faves!!


Cee You Soon! ❤


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2 thoughts on “To Peep or Not to Peep?

  1. Hmmm, never tried a peep toe bootie but these are cute!! I think I’ve done pretty good following these tips, never really given it much thought but these sure are helpful. Thx!

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