Style It: Steve Madden Troopa Military-Inspired Booties

One of the hottest shoes of the season, the Steve Madden Troopa booties are stylish, comfortable and versatile. This military-inspired boot has become a chic sensation with its ability to be dressed up or down. Here are our 3 favorite ways to wear the Troopa booties this winter.


Whether you’re out to exchange some Christmas gifts, have coffee with friends or dinner with the family, you’ll be winter-wonderful in a soft knit sweater, printed scarf and pair of festive-colored skinny jeans tucked into brown Troopa booties.

Shop our picks: Lauren Jeans Co. Knit Southwestern Sweater, Natasha Square Leopard Printed Scarf and  Code Bleu Aimee Super-Stretch Colored Skinny Jeans.


Office attire can be tricky when it comes to pairing comfort and style, but with the Troopa booties you can have it all! Simply match a bright sweater with a printed skirt, then top it off with a skinny belt for a cinched fit. During the cold winter months, opaque tights are a must under your Troopa booties.

Shop our picks: Antonio Melani Natalie Fringed Cowlneck Sweater, Lauren Ralph Lauren Silk Tiered Skirt and Fossil Rhinestone C Buckle Belt.


A maxi dress, faux fur vest and sparkling statement necklace make for a fashion trifecta. Add a pair of cognac Troopa booties to the mix and you’ll steal the show at your next evening party or event.

Shop our picks: Vince Camuto Mesh-Overlay Maxi Dress, Investments Notch-Collar Faux-Fur Vest and R.J. Graziano Drusy Bib Necklace.

 Shop all the colors of the Steve Madden Troopa booties here.

What are your favorite ways to wear your Troopa booties? Tell us in the comments!

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