Tory Burch

Pacey Bootie

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$425.00
$297.50
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A sleek black ankle boot is as essential to a wardrobe as a classic LBD. Our versatile Pacey Bootie is a true 24/7 style. Smooth leather and a glossy patent cap-toe create an understated mixed-media take on color-blocking, while a hidden platform gives height and day-to-evening comfort. A thin gold band, topped with a discreet logo, adds just the right amount of polish and shine.
Style Number: 31138384

Style Tips

Looks great with:
  • Slim pants, skinny jeans and leggings
  • Trumpet and pencil skirts
  • Full, knee-length dresses

DETAILS & FIT

  • 4" (100mm) Heel height.
  • Leather upper.
  • Leather lining.
  • Leather sole.
  • Zipper closure at side.
  • Thin gold tone metal bar across toe.
Pacey Bootie
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gorgeous boots that feel so luxurious! I saw these boots online and loved them, but after seeing and trying them on in-store I had to get them. I absolutely love the shape and the patent toe with the thin gold band and subtle monogram. They are very on-trend, but still classic and elegant. I am not one to normally spend this much on shoes/boots, so it wasn't a no-brainer, however, looks aside they are extremely versatile and I plan to get a lot of wear out of them. Just think, they can be dressed up or down, worn to work, on weekends, date nights, with skirts, dresses and pants (both inside & outside) - a different look for each, but always showcasing the unique design! Finally, as the other reviewers say they are so COMFORTABLE it's unbelievable, and not just for being 4-inch heels. They make me feel like I'm walking on air. Definitely worth it! November 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Extremely Surprised This is the most comfortable 4 inch heel I think I've ever worn. It instantly adds polish to any outfit! October 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Season Must Have The Pacey Bootie is Unsurprisingly sexy and surprisingly comfortable. October 8, 2013
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