It could totally work, depending on where you live.

By Alexis Bennett
Updated Sep 30, 2019 @ 2:30 pm
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I'm usually on board for anything and everything Victoria Beckham wears, from her polished suits to her workout leggings. But there's one particular item in her fall wardrobe that I'm seriously on the fence about: peep-toe boots. Don't get me wrong — Beckham looks like a total style icon every single time she wears them — but I'm not entirely convinced I'd be able to pull off the look.

The New Yorker inside of me just can't seem to make sense of the perplexing shoe trend. If it's cold enough outside to wear boots, wouldn't my uncovered toes freeze? Also, I personally enjoy boot season because I can easily hide a chipped pedicure. Peep-toe boots seem to defeat the purpose of actual boots on so many levels.

On the other hand, I do see how peep-toe boots could totally make sense for those who live in Los Angeles or those who spend their winters in Florida. With weather that rarely drops below 70 degrees, it's a way to comfortably indulge in fall dressing without having a meltdown.

If you're thinking about wearing a pair of peep-toe boots this season, you can see exactly how Beckham wears them below. Scroll down to shop a few styles that will help you channel the British star.

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Victoria Beckham Over-the-Knee Peep-Toe Boot


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Donald Pliner Vani Open Toe-Boot


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Balmain Embossed Peep-Toe Boot


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Charles By Charles David Cutout Open-Toe Bootie


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Eileen Fisher Margate Peep-Toe Bootie


Shop Now: $235;