Which Celia Dance Booties Fit Your Personal Style?


Let’s talk about Latin dance booties. Some love ‘em, others hate ‘em but here at Yami’s Dance Shoes, we’re all over that style because of the comfortable, versatile design. 

Some folks avoid bootie-style footwear because it’s much harder to style than say, a pair of strappy Zouk dance shoes. That’s totally understandable, booties are the kind of footwear that you really have to plan your outfits around. But a flattering shape, color, and material make booties so wearable!

Here at Yami, we’ve got all sorts of bootie-style Latin dance shoes but there’s one standout design that always sells out - the Celia.

The Celia

Why We LOVE the Celia Booties

  • Open-toe design for full flexibility
  • Adjustable lace-up for an adjustable fit
  • All-purpose street soles so you can dance on any surface - indoors and outdoors!
  • Zipper back for easy fitting and quick changes
  • Sturdy yet supple PU synthetic leather that's 100% cruelty-free
  • Padded insoles for superior support and comfortable wear
  • Hypoallergenic cushioned footbed wicks moisture away from the skin, keeping the feet dry and fresh-smelling

Featuring a classic bootie-shape, criss-cross laser cut faux leather material, tone-on-tone lace-up,  slim heels, and a sexy peep-toe, the Celia Latin dance booties combines edgy style with a timeless design. It’s practical and comfortable because the soft vegan leather combined with our signature padded insoles mold to the feet, giving you a perfect fit for longer wear. But don’t let the comfortable wear fool you, the Celia is probably the chicest pair of Bachata dancing shoes you’ll ever own!

Part of Celia’s appeal is the different materials and shades, we have it in all-denim, smooth copper, silver snakeskin, textured black material. If you’re unsure which shade and material works for you, we’re here to help you out!

Celia in Blue Denim

If you want a pair of booties that go with your easygoing, casual style, you can’t go wrong with the Celia in blue denim. The denim textile is light, breathable, and easy to maintain. This is the kind of bootie style that goes with mini to midi fitted skirts, fitted trousers, and leggings. And because the denim material is a classic, your Celia denim booties will be a staple in your wardrobe.

Celia in Black 

If you love dressing up and you’re into classic shapes and colorways, definitely choose the black Celia. Made with black faux leather, these Zouk dance booties elevated the timelessness of black shoes with textured uppers plus a hint of sheen. All eyes are on you with every step. Since the material is versatile, Celia in black goes with everything. Whether you’re dressed up or down, those dancing feet will always be front and center. Choose this design if you’re a classic gal who adores timeless shapes and styles. 

Celia in Smooth Copper 


If you have a million black dance heels and you’re looking for something new yet equally flattering and iconic, the Celia booties in smooth copper vegan leather are the perfect Latin dance booties for you! The color is not too out there, the gorgeous copper-gold color is uber versatile. You can dress it up or down, it doesn’t matter because these Bachata heels look fantastic either way. The Celia booties in copper will look great on anyone who loves timeless designs, those that aren’t easily swayed by trends, and dancers who want their dancing feet to be the main focus of the show.

Celia in Silver Snakeskin


Fun, flirty, and thriving. The Celia snakeskin in silver is perfect for the fun-loving gal who loves to keep the vibe light and playful. It’s a great design for dancers who love high-impact looks and impeccable styling. Best worn with a formal dress or a cocktail dress, the Celia silver snakeskin puts on quite the show with its metallic colorway and textured faux leather material.

With a flattering design and exceptional craftsmanship, it’s no surprise that the Celia booties are some of our hottest selling styles. Get the right Celia booties for you, browse our collection today!

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