Would You Wear Peeptoe Booties like Emma's?

08/20/2008 at 11:48 AM ET

Bill Davila/Startraks

Love the tough girl look but worry about overdoing it? Accessories are an easy way to inject a dose of toughness to any ensemble and Emma Stone’s Jimmy Choo peeptoe booties do just the trick! The peekaboo style shows just a hint of skin, adding major sex appeal to the House Bunny star’s sleek Abaete one-shoulder top and bubble hemmed Yigal Azrouel mini skirt as she leaves TRL. The best part of the booties is that they’ll easily transition from summer to fall to winter — just add tights! Tell us: Would you wear peep toe booties like Emma’s?

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Kim v on

Ew, I hate booties. Her outfit would be so much cuter with some nice heels.

leah smith on

yess,specially if they look’s good on her, do your thing girl”

Gen on

I am not big on that style but they look really goood on her. Those ones are the best ones I have seen yet.

Nikki on

Luv peep to botties, but hate this one!

Isabella on

They look good on some celebrities, but I don’t know any real women that would honestly wear these.

AnnieJ on

No. They look ridiculous.

Milly on


Griet on

The purpose of wearing boots is to have your feet covered, so why would I want to have my toes exposed? That kind of defies the purpose of wearing boots or booties in the first place.

Jen on

I think that those boots do not look good PERIOD. She is young, and should wear a more attractive and fun shoe, like a peeptoe heel that compliments the different colors in her outfit.

Rica on

Ugh. Never.

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