Trend Of The Week: Peep-Toe Booties

The cure for the common shoe conundrum: when it’s warm outside, wearing open-toe shoes is a no-brainer. Sandals and summer are practically synonymous. When it’s cold outside, boots are the go-to shoe. But what about those fickle, up-and-down seasons like Spring and Fall? Shoe designers have come up with the perfect solution: open-toe booties. Shoe mavens get the coverage and cute silhouette of a boot, but can still give their toes a little freedom (and show off a fabulous pedicure). This Fall, Luichiny invites buyers and customers to let their toes play peek-a-boo.


This Luichiny peep-toe bootie is FOR REAL. Every feature has been carefully placed– from the buckle accents on the ankle and vamp to the unexpected gold plated detailing on the zipper and heel. The boot includes a 4.5 inch heel, .25 inch welt, 5.5 inch shaft height, and discreet side zip closure. Available in imi suede/imi leather.


The Luichiny FIRST DATE ankle boots will make your heart race. The padded collar, gold adornment on the 4.5 inch heel, front zipper on the vamp, and peep toe are captivating. Experimenting with the lace-up closure keeps things fresh, so these shoes are worthy of a second date – and may just become your new wardrobe bae. Imi leather materials.

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As Seen On. . .

New Jersey-based Latina Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger, Alicia, recently wore the JUST IFY wedges from our Spring 2012 collection. Paired with cutoff shorts and an off-shoulder top, they look just as on-trend now as they did then! Be sure to visit her blog, Chica Fashion, for more looks featuring Luichiny.


Social Media Love

Our Instagram followers showed us all the fun ways they like to rock their open-toe shoes. Here are some of our favorites:

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