Ok ok ok so there is no denying I am a girl who LOVES shoes. I love shoes even more when I own them!
There is also no getting away from the fact that I have little money to spend on my passion – so when I do buy it has to be the high street or similar online stores (no chance for designer!!) and I really have to think hard about what to buy because I can’t get new ones every week or just buy whatever I fancy when I see it (oh how I’d be in heaven if I could have new shoes every week!!).
But anyway, I am completely loving the shoe collections currently in my local high street shops, and it’s been a while since I did a shoe blog post so I thought it was a good opportunity!
If someone gave me some money today I would go out and buy these (clicking on the link should take you to the right website)…
These striped espadrilles would be lovely with a pair of skinny jeans in the spring and will also be great for the summer (£15 – Dorothy Perkins).
These black sandals by TopShop would work with opaque tights when the weather is cold or with bare legs as the spring improves (£65 – TopShop).
Also from TopShop, these tan platform sandals would hold me upright – shouldn’t topple over with a big chunky heel like that (£75 – TopShop).
I adore green and you don’t see many green shoes, but these I like – they are Hush Puppies so should also be comfortable (£45.50 – Barratts). My personal opinion is everyone should wear green this spring!
From green to yellow… I’m not sure I could pull these off but I really love them – they are Red or Dead from Schuh (£75 – Schuh).
I find Dr Marten’s really comfy and already own a purple pair, but these with the dots are fantastic (£75 – Schuh).
These would be fabulous for work on a smart day – I’m loving the loafer style with the femine twist (£70 – Schuh).
These brown ankle boots from River Island are really cute – I’d be happy wearing these with leggins or with trousers (£74.99 – River Island).
These grey suede shoe boots with a little zip are really lovely and such a good price – I tried them on and really need to have them (£24.99 – New Look).
Oh and these black courst with a round toe – a perfect all-round shoe and a bargain at £28 (although not leather)… oh, and I did actually buy these a week or so ago (£28 – Dorothy Perkins).
So… who’s gonna stump up the cash for me to buy all these then?!