Would You Wear… Lucite Boots?

They’re still around, and we’re into them.

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Lucite boots trend from left to right: Missguided pointed-toe booties with lucite heels, nude detailing, a back zipper, and clear inserts from ASOS, structured clear booties with a chunky heel and floral embroidery from Forever 21, and over-the-knee zip-up boots with nude accents and block heels.
Product Information: ASOS, Forever 21, Nasty Gal

Here at CF, we’re not used to writing about boot-centric footwear trends in April, but there’s a first time for everything! We were surprised to see lucite boots and booties taking over the spring runways. Don’t get us wrong, we’re not upset. We actually love this style and have been a fan for a few seasons now. 

Sure, lucite booties may not be the most long-lived trend, but they sure are fun. After all, we show off our feet in sandals all the time which is not that different. If you’re not interested in taking the plunge, there are tons of styles with just lucite trim, detailing, and straps, which is a great way to incorporate this look into your wardrobe without going all-in.

Lucite boots trend from left-to-right: Kendall + Kylie lucite pointed-toe booties with silver detailing and a back zipper from Saks Fifth Avenue, Jeffery Campbell chunky-heeled rubber rain booties with silver glitter elastic details, and nude open-toe stiletto booties with lucite foot detailing from Nordstrom Rack.
Product Information: Saks Fifth Avenue, Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom Rack

Lucite boots: yea or nay? 

Do you think this look is ultra trendy or ultra awkward? Would you wear it? If so, where would you wear them? Please leave a comment below and let us know!

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