Kristen Stewart in Mulberry Braided Booties at the Mulberry Spring/Summer 2012 Fashion Show

September 19, 2011 • By Erika

Kristen Stewart joined Kate Moss at the front row of the Mulberry Spring/Summer 2012 presentation held during London Fashion Week in London, England last Sunday.

Now this is why so many people love Kristen Stewart. She’s typically in just t-shirt and jeans but when she dresses up, she can be a real knockout beauty:

Kristen Stewart attends the Mulberry Spring/Summer 2012 fashion show held during London Fashion Week in London, England on September 18, 2011

It doesn’t even take much for Kristen Stewart to look this good. Freshly washed hair, a few good nights of sleep and a simple change of clothes are all it took.¬†Unlike most high profile celebrities, Kristen Stewart’s “only dresses up when I have to” style is relatable. Okay so maybe we have to give a bit more effort than she does to look beautiful but with her, you don’t get the feeling that she uses an army of stylists and makeup artists to achieve her look.

Kristen Stewart wore a puffed 3/4 sleeve printed scoop neck dress from the Mulberry Resort 2012 collection. She accessorized with rings that she’s been wearing forever and finished off her ensemble with these Mulberry braided booties:

These booties aren’t available online as of writing; if you’re lovin’ these, better prepare at least $600.00 because that’s how much Mulberry boots typically go for.

Thankfully, the Mulberry booties are in a style that’s pretty easy to copy. Check out these 5 booties we found that have got the same chunky heel and the same edgy feel as Kristen Stewart’s own:

  1. Toi et Moi studded braided strap high heel ankle boots, $19.9 (also available for $26.98 at Amazon)
  2. Joan & David Collection Ebby patent ankle boots, $143.52 to $153.45
  3. Calvin Klein Ella ankle boots, $169.00
  4. Matiko Polly patent and suede buckled strap booties, $228.00
  5. Yin Gate wraparound buckled strap ankle boots, $236.50 (was $430.00)


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