These Shoes Go With *Everything* In Emma Roberts’ Closet (& She Proves It Constantly)

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Most people's everyday shoes are classic black boots or a pair of versatile loafers, but that's just not the case for Emma Roberts. The actor lives in a genuine statement shoe. Somehow Emma Roberts makes her gold Mary Jane pumps match everything in her closet.

On Weds., the American Horror Story actor was spotted looking pretty as ever alongside boyfriend Garrett Hedlund in Los Angeles. She wore a silk button-front blouse with a subtle floral print tucked into the high waist of her flared jeans in true Roberts style.

Topping off the feminine look, the 28-year-old wore those champagne-colored Dior pumps she can't seem to get enough of. The perfect mix between a Mary Jane and a ballet slipper, these metallic shoes are designed with a chunky block heel, an elastic strap, and a boxy square toe fit for a relevé.

The Baby-D, as Dior calls it, won Roberts over almost a year ago, when she first wore the shoes with a Chinese-inspired silk floral-print mini dress. After that, the actor paired them with flowery separates, a bohemian jumpsuit, and other girly outfits, but it wasn't long before she realized they're actually a pretty good match for her signature grungy looks, too.


Roberts certainly doesn't keep her love of vintage rocker tees a secret. On any given day, you can find her in full-on '70s attire — fringe, corduroy bellbottoms, the whole package — so it was really only a matter of time before the actor wore her two favorite things (ballerina pumps and rocker tees) together.

She's definitely onto something because the ultra-feminine shoes pair surprisingly well with a grungy t-shirt. So well, in fact, that she's worn this eccentric combination on several occasions in the past month alone.

Whether you identify more with Roberts' feminine or rocker style, these pretty Mary Janes are a must-have for either. The actor's exact version is sold out, but you can copy her look with these similar alternatives, ahead.

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