Hope you’re having a lovely week! During the Black Friday sales last year (it still feels weird to call it last year) I found an amazing dupe for the famous Chloe Susanna boots and have finally gotten around to wearing them. I had so much fun taking photos for this post at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Now that Michigan temperatures have started dropping below 10 degrees, I’ve been looking for indoor photo locations and what better place for an art history major than an art museum?
Now onto the boots. They’re black faux suede with gold studs, buckle details, and a low heel. Casual, low-heeled booties have been a glaring gap in my wardrobe for the past few seasons, so I just know I’ll be getting a ton of wear out of this pair. I bought them with fall and winter outfits in mind, but I’m already dreaming up ways of incorporating them into outfits for spring and summer. Here, I’m wearing a lightweight utility jacket, a lace-trimmed camisole, my beloved blue skinny jeans, and my Lanvin Nomad bag. One of my favorite ways to experiment in fashion is by mixing together different looks – I love how the delicate lace cami contrasts with the edgier look the utility jacket brings. The outfit’s simplicity and camera bag’s clean lines make these studded boots the true statement piece of the whole look. If you can’t justify paying upwards of $900 for a pair of shoes, these come impressively close to the real deal!
Below, I’ve linked the items from this look along with some information about the Detroit Institute of Arts. If you’re ever in the area, it’s a must-see. As a bonus, I believe the boots are still discounted at Topshop, but act fast because I noticed sizes selling out. Thanks for stopping by this week!
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