Lace up love

Shoe obsession is a problem that many of us can relate to, personally I’m especially ‘weak’ for all types of lace up shoes; whatever flats, heels, sandals if they’re lace ups I’m taking them. Since they came into fashion just standard court shoes became boring. In this outfit I’m presenting you two shoe alternatives, the nude version is more a day alternative and the black ones are more of an evening proposition! There are many lace up shoes out there but I’ve picked my favourites at the bottom of the post they are from the left from; Debenhams, Missguided both the grey and nude and Asos. I hope you find a pair for yourself!

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(top – h&m skirt – internationale nude heels – public desire – black heels – new look)

5 thoughts on “Lace up love

  1. Gotta say those New Look ones have the apperance of a shoe much more expensive than they are. Its just a pity that I need a 40/41 and New Look don’t change the heel height for bigger feet so they end up looking strange.

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    1. Yes I realised that once I took the photos that you could think that they’re designer! Tbh I only own two pairs of new look shoes myself because I don’t find them comfortable and prefer to pay more and get a comfortable pair somewhere else.

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      1. Interesting how different feet that people have. I have never fitted Kurt Geiger group shoes, as they’re too narrow, on the other hand I recommended Rupert Sanderson to a number of friends but actually found it to be too wide to fit comfortably, though generally the more expensive the shoe the more consistent they are in fit.

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