Winnie Harlow’s High-Slit Dress & Bottega Veneta Square-Toe Sandals Create the Chicest Summer Look

Winnie Harlow went for a stylish summer ensemble in her latest Instagram post.

While at the Nobu Hotel in Los Cabos, Mexico, the 26-year-old model posed for photos clad in a breezy, evening ready look. She sported a high-slit dress with an abstract floral print, spaghetti straps and a fitted waist.

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Golden hour 🌞 @nobuloscabos

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On her feet, Harlow wore Bottega Veneta quilted leather high heels sandals. The sandals have a ’90s-inspired square toe, a major trend that was arguably orchestrated by Bottega designer Daniel Lee. Additionally, they boast a buttery soft leather upper and a 3.75-inch covered heel. The shoes can be shopped now on Bloomingdales.com for $880.

Bottega Veneta, square-toe shoes, quilted sandals
Bottega Veneta quilted sandal.
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Harlow dressed up her pair with one of the season’s hottest accessories: a gold chain anklet. She carried Bottega’s The Chain Pouch shoulder bag, which can be purchased on the Farfetch website for $3,600. Additionally, Harlow wore a gold cuff bracelet and oversize hoop earrings.

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Lion Order 🐾

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In June, the “America’s Next Top Model” alum announced that she had been appointed as Puma’s newest brand ambassador. Harlow wrote on Instagram that it was “really important” to her, given recent national unrest regarding police brutality and racial inequality, “to partner with a brand that gives me the opportunity to champion people and organizations working to make meaningful change.” She said her first act alongside Puma would be to donate product to The Trayvon Martin Foundation to support the organization’s summer STEM camp.

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I am excited to finally announce that I’m the newest @Puma global ambassador!!! Situations over the past few weeks have highlighted the injustice, inequality and police brutality faced by black people both in America and around the world so it was really important for me to partner with a brand that gives me the opportunity to champion people and organizations working to make meaningful change. I have always been inspired by the amazing @sybrinafulton and my first act alongside @puma will be to work closely with @thetrayvonmartinfoundation where we are making a product donation for their summer STEM camp In times like these, it’s important to remember grassroots organizations that are working to create change at the local level and I am excited to begin this journey with my @puma family. We’ve been working on several projects over the last few months, that I’m excited for you all to see in the coming weeks. 💙💙💙👟👟👟

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Prior to partnering with Puma, Harlow had walked the runway for notable labels such as Tommy Hilfiger, Laquan Smith, Ralph & Russo and Prabal Gurung, as well as appeared in campaigns for the likes of Saks Fifth Avenue, Nike and Diesel. She made a foray into the shoe space last year, when she partnered with Steve Madden on a fall ’19 capsule.

When it comes to her personal style, Harlow can often be found in designer footwear from the likes of Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo and Prada.

Below, we’ve rounded up some sandals to help you achieve a similar look to Harlow.

Billini Stormi, square toe sandals
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To Buy: Billini Stormi, $66.


Vince Camuto, sandals
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To Buy: Vince Camuto Women’s Reselm Heeled Sandal, $98 (was $110).

Villa Rogue, sandals
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To Buy: Villa Rogue Women’s Viva Mules, $140.

Click through the gallery to see how Winnie Harlow’s style has evolved through the years.

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