Like a true shopping addict I was in Primark shoe heaven when I saw these shoes and the prices! Primark is not exactly known for being expensive but these were all true bargains.
I’ll start with the most practical pair if you can call high heels practical…? Peep toe boots are a great shoe to wear when the seasons are changing to dress up an outfit at night or for just popping out for coffee. These boots are a faux suede material in tan colour. There is some plaited detail that’s wraps around each boot finishing in a bow tassel. The sole is slightly cushioned making them surprisingly comfortable. These boots do up easily with a zip at the back. I would say the boots are quite true to size and not a narrow fit either. Full priced these boots were £18 but they are currently reduced to £8!
I’ll get a lot of wear out of these and I’ve worn them already. I paired these with skinny ripped black jeans, a black v-neck jersey top, khaki duster jacket and my Louis Vuitton Speedy.
Moving onto what I’ll call the marmite of my Primark shoe haul. People who I have shown these shoes to either love them or hate them (my mum being one). Personally I love them though! One of my guilty pleasures is animal print so I love the faux snake print. The rusty and brown tone details are a faux suede material and make these really comfortable to wear. Like the boots above there is a cushion sole and a zip at the back to fasten them up. I would say that these particular shoes come up big as I had to buy a 5. Full priced these were £20 but I paid £6 so clearly that helped make my mind up.
For me I’ll pair them with skinny jeans for an event or for an evening out. They will go with rustic tones like tan and khaki nicely.
Lastly in my Primark shoe haul are a pair of shoes I wore for a Halloween event. These are also my favourite out of the three pairs. They are a khaki faux suede material and although they don’t have a padded sole they are really comfortable. These shoes can be laced up the front or zipped on at the back. Like the snake print shoes they do run big so I bought a size 5. These were also in the sale for £8 from £20 and I nearly didn’t get them! I luckily found the right size on route to the till though.
I styled these with some skinny matte jeans, a backless body and a brown Zara tan bag for my event last week.