How Victoria Beckham has Been Wearing Her Weird New Shoe Obsession

Victoria Beckham‘s label is all about making getting dressed in the morning easier, with crowd-pleasing silhouettes with gentle nods to trends, rather than anything too experimental. However in her autumn/ winter 2019 collection VB paired many of her outfits with a strange choice of footwear— over-the-knee heeled boots with a peep toe, drawing the eye to the exposed big toe. In her fashion week show these boots were worn with everything from knee-length skirts to pretty floral midi dresses. Ever a loyal ambassador of the brand, Victoria has already started wearing the toe-flashing boots with a vengeance.

This week VB wore them twice, wearing her postbox red stilettos— which are very tight on the leg with an almost leggings effect— with a black pleated midi skirt and a checked shirt. She then wore the boots with high-waisted navy leggings, a bodysuit and a black trench. Earlier in the year, Victoria has worn her peep-toes with depths-of-winter outfits, showing these aren’t just a trans-seasonal shoe. It might sound like an unpopular shoe— but if anyone can make a skintight peep-toe boot mainstream, it’s Victoria Beckham.

Style Notes: VB pairs her leopard print peep-toe boots with a clashing checked midi skirt.
Style Notes: Victoria is a big fan of a bright colour clash, and here she contrasts her red peep-toe boots with a lilac knit.
Style Notes: Not all the peep-toe boots are skintight— VB has also created a slouchy high-shine version.
Style Notes: Peep-toe boots to a wedding? This is an outfit you can start wearing in summer.
Style Notes: VB plays with unusual proportions with her waistband and the revealed toe.
Style Notes: Victoria kept her outfit streamlined and in a neutral colour palette, keeping the boots the talking point of the outfit.
Style Notes: VB matches her boots to her base layer rollneck. 
Style Notes: Leather is a key trend for next autumn, and she paired her red peep-toe boots with a black leather pencil skirt.
Style Notes: Again VB goes for a streamlined all-black look, making the boots the only