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Britney Spears won’t get new shoes no matter how much criticism she gets.
The “Boys” singer shared a video on her Instagram feed on Wednesday that showed her modeling her favorite shoes, which happen to be a pair of brown suede pointy-toe pumps that we here at FN constantly notice. “Toxic” singer often wearing . The shoes have a height of around three inches and a pointed toe design that makes them easily versatile.
In the caption of the video, Spears wrote, “By the way, I have a lot of shoes 👠…these are my favorite…so stop telling me to buy new shoes 😬🤦🏼♀️😬🤷 🏼♀️!!!!Posing for pictures as YELLOW 💛….HELLO 👋🏻!!!!!
For the rest of her outfit, Spears donned a yellow asymmetrical dress that featured a distinct cutout on the left side as well as a sleeve on that side of the piece. The garment also had a tie on this side which added layering and volume.
As for accessories, she opted for a silver necklace with a blue-green gemstone pendant centered on the chain. And she also threw in a few bracelets of different colors for an extra pop of color.
In the early years, the “Showdown” singer had a fashionable clothing aesthetic that made her a style inspiration for teens and tweens at that time. But lately, she’s shown her affinity for laid-back, edgy styles that are more in line with her current tastes. For example, she recently wore a red mini dress with the same pumps from her Wednesday video which showed off her ability to mix and match colors and textures. And also, we saw her don a leopard print dress, fingerless gloves and black pointed pumps for a festive and printed look.
Spears also ventured into the fashion industry, having been Candie’s daughter, and she had her own signature fragrance line. She also worked with the brand to create a line of clothing sold at Kohl’s in the early 2000s.
Click through the gallery to see Spears’ 90s and early 2000s street style.
Slip on a pair of brown suede pumps for a clean look.
To buy: Steve Madden Vala pumps, $90.
To buy: A New Day Gemma pump, $21 (was $30).
To buy: Coach Waverly Pumps, $195.