Celebrity Irina Shayk Irina Shayk Tried to Distract Us With Zebra Pants, But Our Eyes Are On Her $495 Boots The model just pulled our favorite easy — and leg-lengthening! — styling trick. By Samantha Sutton Samantha Sutton Instagram Samantha is InStyle's senior fashion editor. She joined the brand in 2019 and oversees the site's fashion coverage, including trend reporting, fashion exclusives, celebrity style interviews, and Fashion Week coverage. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on May 11, 2021 @ 04:23PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images With more places to go and more people to see, we've found ourselves once again struggling with that old, classic question: "What should I wear?!" Sure, matching sets are still perfectly fine (like, more than fine!), but with the rise of chaotic bottoms, we find ourselves wanting to pull fashion moves like Irina Shayk, who was spotted out in NYC on Tuesday, wearing an unmissable pair of zebra pants. Yet, while our eyes first focused on that loud print, they eventually drifted over to Shayk's footwear. The model completed her look with white, lug-sole boots from Stuart Weitzman, which retail for $495. In terms of solving styling dilemmas, they're pretty much the perfect wear-with-everything shoe for the spring season. Getty Images We're honestly not exaggerating when talking about this boot's versatility. A few short months ago, a similar, slightly more affordable pair from Dr. Marten's rose in popularity, and both influencers and editors began pairing the $180 version with everything from dresses (giving things a more casual twist!) to sweats (amping up that groutfit). Just like how white sneakers have the sneaky ability to become your everyday go-to, chunky black and white boots hold a similar kind of magic. 11 Outfits That Prove Dr. Martens Are Even More Versatile Than Your Go-To Sneakers Plus, the whole platform thing isn't lost on us either. While Shayk may be a supermodel, the combination of a neutral color and bulkier bottoms also create a leg-lengthening effect. Ahh, yes, the benefits of investing in a pair of our own just keep on growing.