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Victoria Justice’s Fringe Open-Toed Booties: SHOP Her Shoes For $80

Tue, April 28, 2015 2:57pm EDT by Add first Comment
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Every girl needs a pair of spring booties and Victoria wore the perfect ones while in Palm Springs. Love her look? Get her ankle boots for yourself below and check out three other ways to rock the trend.

When sandals meet ankle boots, it’s always the perfect spring shoe! Victoria Justice22, looked great at the Siwy Denim Fashion Show in Palm Springs, rocking the cutest fringed booties, and we know just where you can get them. Shop the trend right here!

Victoria Justice’s Ankle Boots: SHOP Her Fringe Booties Under $80:

From head to toe, we have to say that we love Victoria’s look! She might have just been attending the fashion show but she looked runway ready in her effortless ensemble. The young actress always has so much fun with her style and it’s great that she can be fashionable and on trend without taking herself too seriously.

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She looked great sporting a pretty beaded headdress, a sheer lacy floral crop top and a pair of light ripped jeans. Victoria completed her look with the Aldo Lennoxville ankle boots, $79.98 and this was the perfect finish to her ensemble!

These sling back suede booties feature a peep toe and side cutout making them great for spring while the simple hint of fringe is just enough to make these block heels even more unique.

Victoria Justice’s Nude Booties: Try The Trend

If you like the look of Victoria’s shoes but you’d rather amp up the drama with more fringe, try out the Rampage Lauryn Fringe Booties, $59. On the other hand, if you love the nude peep toe look but aren’t a fan of fringe, then the Jeffrey Campbell Lorah Heel, $108.50 is for you! Work them with ripped jeans and a fun top like Victoria, or style them with a patterned daytime dress.

We think Victoria looked great in her fringed booties. Don’t you agree? Tell us what you think about her look in the comments below.

— Kindra Bailey