Obsessed with these suede booties by Sam Edelman - Petty

November 9, 2017


Happy Friday! I've got a slightly different review for you all today. I've been looking for a new pair of shoes for a while for work and haven't had any luck all summer. Since the weather is now cooler I switched my focus from sandals to booties and found an amazing pair by Sam Edelman.

I have a few requirements when it comes to footwear. They must be comfortable and by this I mean they have to be something I can wear all day with ease. I don't have a job where I have to stand a lot, but I do walk quite a bit around the office. Even though I'm short and can use any extra height I can get, the heel can not be any higher than 1.5 inches. I don't have high tolerance for foot pain. Actually scratch that.  Let's actually make it zero tolerance for foot pain because I'm a big baby. Lastly, it needs to be versatile enough that I can wear it with any of my work pants and yet casual enough for jeans and possibly leggings.

I have found the perfect pair! Drumroll please! Sam Edelman Petty booties. I love them so much I bought them in two colors in putty suede and slate gray.

Putty Suede 

Putty suede is a very light gray with an almost beige tint to it. It goes with almost anything. The first day I wore them to work I received tons of compliments and comments on how cute they were.  I have super thin ankles and the ankle opening is a little wide but I think they still look passable with tights. Even if it does look a bit weird they're so comfortable I don't even care honestly! 

Looks like a weird color here, but it's the lighting against dark floors


Fit wise, they are true to size. I wear a size 5 in shoes and a 5.5 in sneakers. The size 5 fits well with a bit of room so you can wear socks and they still feel comfortable. I wear medium width shoes and these did not pinch anywhere at all. No break in time required and they're so comfortable I bought my second pair in the slate gray after a week of wearing the putty suede. The suede is soft and nice quality.

Inside zip and the heel is 1.5 inches. 


Zappos is the only website I could find that has them available in every single color and size.  I purchased the putty suede color from Zappos for full price but then I snagged the slate gray from DSW on sale for $79.99! I'm almost tempted to get a third pair in black leather. The saddle leather looks like a nice shade of cognac too. 

 

Shop for Sam Edelman Petty Booties:

Zappos - select colors on sale

Nordstrom - on sale 42% off

Shopbop - on sale 25% off

DSW - on sale $79.99 in slate gray



That's all for today. Hope you have a great weekend! I have a lot of items I need to take photos of this weekend. I'm hoping my Lululemon arrives tomorrow in time for a Saturday or Sunday morning photo shoot. Thanks for reading!











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8 comments

  1. LOVE the booties *off to stalk booties on the interwebs*.

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  2. Ohhhh loveeee them!! I can totally see why you bought 2 different colors!

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    1. Just saw that the saddle color is on sale at Zappos for $100. Soooo tempting.

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  3. Love Same Edelman shoes, especially the petty booties. I have them in leopard (last season) and putty. They are adorable and comfortable at the same time. I am also tempted by the saddle leather. I would choose them over another pair of Lulu leggings. There, I just convinced myself, haha.

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    1. hahahaha that's awesome. I tend to always go a little crazy shopping in the fall/winter. Which is probably why I should ban myself during the summer to save up for it!

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  4. i have those in black! i've had them for about 2 years now so they are definitely worth every penny - enjoy they look super cute on you!

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    1. Seems a lot of you have these exact booties! I guess I'm late to the game on this one! I've been wearing them non stop since I got them!

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