Cheryl Cole Does Military Chic with Wicked Lace-Up Booties

November 23, 2012 • By Eryzle

Girls Aloud’s Cheryl Cole was seen outside Kiss FM 100 studios along with her band members on November 12 in London, England. After the band announced their hiatus three years ago, Girls Aloud has finally reunited for their 10th year anniversary. On Sunday, they released their new single, “Something New.” On November 26, the group is set to release their second greatest hits compilation entitled Ten.

Anyway, we’re not really here to talk about the band, we’re just here to check out Cheryl Cole’s look.

Cheryl Cole of Girls Aloud arrives at Kiss FM 100 Studios, November 12, 2012

She seemed tough when she arrived at the studio as she donned a leather-trimmed wool-twill blazer from Boy. by Band of Outsiders over a Tiso shirt by Etoile Isabel Marant and then paired them with Elizabeth and James Camo Cooper jeans, giving a military chic look. What made the entire look tougher are her Tabitha Simmons Wicked booties.

Cheryl Cole wearing Tabitha Simmons Wicked booties

Well, these boots are truly tough and wicked … in a positive way, and Cheryl Cole managed to complement the tough vibe with her entire ensemble. I should say I love her look! It’s casual but shows a lot of edge, too.

Let’s now get into the details of her boots.

Tabitha Simmons Wicked Booties, $896.98

This pair of booties is part of Tabitha Simmons’ fall 2012 collection. Obviously, it’s very tough in black leather and has a vintage appeal with its pointed toe silhouette. Additionally, silver tone studs at the fold-over cuff, heel counter, and vamp also add an edgier feel. The lace-up vamp creates an added tough-vintage vibe, too, especially with the silver metal eyelets. To add some height, this pair has 4 1/2 inch heels.

Do you want these Tabitha Simmons Wicked booties? You can grab your pair at Nordstrom for $896.98. Surprisingly, these are more expensive at Bergdorf Goodman ($1,575) and at Matches ($1,135).

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