Everyone in Hollywood Has These Booties (Bonus: They're Actually Somewhat Affordable)

12/11/2013 at 11:10 AM ET

Vince Camuto shoes
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Stars may love a pair of fancy footwear, but nothing is more practical than a good pair of black heels. And right now, the shoes of the moment are a pair of VC Signature “Ronan” booties, spotted on five celebrities in the last few months.

A slew of celebs have stepped out in these suede shoes, which feature a front cutout and open toe, as you can see above. From left, Lucy Hale dressed hers up with a lace LBD on the red carpet. Salma Hayek also went for a business-appropriate look, while Heidi Klum gave the shoes a casual spin with jeans and a tank. Selma Blair paired hers with a holiday-ready velvet ensemble and, rounding out the group, Pitch Perfect star Anna Camp added hers to a very popular Parker mini.

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And the best part? The shoes aren’t super expensive, especially considering the fact that they seem to go with every outfit. If you’ve already got your credit card out, you can pick up a pair for $250 (and we’ve even seen them on sale, if you’re quick enough to catch them before they sell out). Plus, we’ve also found a similar pair for half the price.

Are you a fan of the peep-toe booties? Would you splurge on a pair? Share your thoughts in the comments!

–Brittany Talarico

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Amber on

$250 is somewhat affordable? To whom?

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