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Sunday, 20 March 2016

Amazing Shoe Finds

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So last Friday when I attended Belfast Fashion Week, it didn't take me long to hit the shops to see what Spring styles they had to offer. For once, I actually pick up a shed load of new clothes that I don't actually need (pat on the back to me), although two new pairs of shoes very easily made their way off the shelves and into my life. 

I picked up this first pair of pink/mauve lace ups from Topshop for £36 and I'm absolutely loving them (also available in black). I'd bought a pair of Topshop shoes last year that were the same shape, although they were brown suede with fringe detail on the front. I'd gotten so much wear out of them and loved the look, so this pair was a safe bet! The subtle pink/mauve shade is just perfect for Spring and the gold detailing really stands out against the soft hue. I'm very much looking forward to *hopefully* the warmer weather, although I'll definitely not hold my breath for that. The joys of Irish weather. *cries*


topshop pink lace up shoes

On the same note, the boots below are arguably not very Spring-like, although as I'm in Ireland I could most likely still wear these boots in August as 'Summer' isn't really a thing here. I pretty much ran to grab these boots when they first caught my eye in River Island and was literally in shock at the £25 sale sticker. I'd been looking for snakeskin boots for so long, although most of what I'd seen just hadn't been right. I thought these were the perfect tone as the colours aren't too 'out there' even though it's a statement print. I've paired these with a plain khaki dress and they looked great together so I'm looking forward to styling these with some other pieces in my wardrobe! 

river island snakeskin boots

I'd love to know what you think of these shoes! Are they something you'd wear!? 

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