Britney Spears knows there’s more to a really great shoe than just one outfit, which she’s proven in her latest catwalk videos.
Compile clips from its archives into one Instagram reel, Spears posed in a pair of black closed-toe pumps that featured brown leather Mary Jane straps and shiny gold platform soles. The thin black heels of her shoes appeared to reach a total height of 3-4 inches and gained an extra punch when briefly layered over black and blue socks. In the video, the “I Wanna Go” singer paired the ensemble with numerous ensembles to show off their versatility, including a pink satin crop top and low-rise jeans, a black bodycon minidress and a floral minidress.
“I had so many of these fashion videos I decided to put them all in one!!!” Spears shared in the caption, adding how she got bruised while running into the kitchen counter. “I don’t know why my eyes look like a vampire in the black dress, but it is…”
Rounding out the video are more clips of Spears in one of her go-to styles: Amaranti slip-on wedges with beige cork soles and brown front straps covered in gold spikes. Like many videos the Grammy-winning musician shared online, this style was paired with floral dresses and an array of cropped shorts and crop tops.
Along with her variety of stylish heels, Spears also showed off her more laid-back side online this week. In other extract from archives shared on Saturday, the singer twirled and danced in a pair of purple cropped shorts with matching sneakers, complete with a hot pink sports bra.
Spears’ shoe choices range from elegant to bohemian. The The singer of “If U Seek Amy” shoes include a range of at-home styles, including pointy toe pumps and platform sandals from affordable brands like Steve Madden. Her off-duty wardrobe also includes Amaranti wedges, Ugg boots and Asics sneakers. When previously on the red carpet, Spears’ sleek styles included pointy-toe, platform and thigh-high sandals by Christian Louboutin, Stuart Weitzman, Jimmy Choo and Schutz.
Check out Spears’ most daring style moments over the years in the gallery.