Emily Ratajkowski's New Outfit Might Convince You to Try This Daring Boot Trend

We love an EmRata sighting. The model and podcast host was spotted over the weekend out in the wild wearing these incredible zebra-print boots by Proenza Schouler. While it may have been an everyday occasion for the New York City resident, this outfit is anything but ordinary

Paired with black leggings and a bright yellow Dorothee Schumacher coat, it was impossible not to ogle EmRata's latest eye-catching look. Now, we're inspired to take the over-the-top animal-print boot trend for a spin. 

Scroll on to shop tall animal print boots and see what speaks to your wild side. From classics like leopard and snakeskin to tortoiseshell and tiger—and, of course, a few zebras in between—there's bound to be a boot you'll want to bag. 


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Drew Elovitz
Director of Content Strategy

Drew Elovitz is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but has spent the last decade living and working in New York City. She earned a master's degree in media and popular culture from New York University, then began her career on the internet as the Twitter voice of Barbie. She worked previously at Who What Wear as the director of content strategy and also spent several years leading the social media teams at Teen Vogue and Entertainment Weekly. You'll find her byline on the site around topics such as celebrity fashion, must-have basics, beauty favorites (particularly nail polish), and wellness tips and tricks. Her personal style tends to favor the classics: She loves crisp white button-downs, sneakers, and skinny jeans—and no look is complete without a great pair of oversize sunglasses and a trusty leather jacket. After she finishes reading the entire internet every day, she can be found dining out at her favorite restaurants, trying new beauty treatments, or indulging her historical-fiction habit.