Britanny Spears made a case for white mini dresses as a holiday season staple in her latest Instagram post.
The hitmaker sported two different white dress silhouettes in the video. She first posed on a balcony in her home with a view of her decorated Christmas tree. The first look was a sparkly long-sleeved dress that featured standout sequins. With the snap of her fingers, the “Toxic” singer transformed into a different ensemble. The second silhouette featured dramatic puffed shoulders that led to translucent sleeves and an opaque cuff. The dress also featured a plunging neckline and a large solid floral detail at the bottom and draped sheer fabric that hung down from the flower.
Spears contrasted the two looks with a pair of black pumps. The shoes featured a pointed toe and a heel that gave it height.
Pointed-toe pumps have become one of the top footwear trends this year, especially as live events have returned and more and more people are dressing up. The style often streamlines any ensemble with its sleek silhouettes and bold heels. Stylish celebrities such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Zendaya and Paris Hilton have also worn pairs from Manolo Blahnik, Christian Louboutin and Aquazzura.
This isn’t the first time the 40-year-old has worn these pointy-toe pumps. For the past few weeks, she’s been posting photos in the same shoes with different outfits. She also wore different silhouettes of fabulous shoes. Last week, the star posted a photo of her and her fiancé on a romantic getaway. She wore cut-off shorts and a long-sleeved white shirt. She also wore a pair of bright red IMPO boots.
The Obia style featured a knee-high silhouette with stretch uppers, rounded toes and platform soles. Her shoes also came with 4-inch block heels, as well as swirling silver buckle detailing. The style literally elevated Spears, while adding a splash of color to her classic casual ensemble. His boots sell for $60 — on sale from $102 — at NordstromRack.com.
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