We’ve actually seen some sunshine in Manchester recently, which is quite a novelty so it was nice to be able to choose a pair of sandals to try out… It was a pretty difficult choice, Shoe Zone have so many pairs to choose from. After a lot of trying on I decided on the Lilley black sandal with the silver metal detail on the front. Continue reading
We were recently sent these lovely Thomas & Friends boys sandals to review. During the warmer Summer months, sandals are a much needed necessity and Jack was really happy when he saw his new shoes with Thomas on – he loves Thomas! No matter what the weather, he has been insisting that he needs to put them on – even trying to wear them with the dreaded socks! Continue reading
It’s finally Friday guys and what better way to end the week than with a blog spot! This week we’ve been spotted on Blonde Canvas – personal style blog writer Charlotte took our trendy white buckle gladiator sandals on a trip to Italy with her and what a stunning outfit she’s pieced together using some great high street buys!
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Fancy a peek at the new Autumn/Winter collection for 2014/15? We couldn’t wait any longer to share it with you!
Full of on-trend and affordable styles at amazing value starting from £7.99; the new range is perfect for savvy fashionistas looking for courts, pumps, boots and more.
Take a look at the new collection here….coming online and to a store near you soon!
Featured Styles: (from left to right) Black calf wedge boot (18820), £24.99, Tan high leg boot with buckle detail (18808), £19.99, Black high leg boot with stretch panel (11824), £24.99, Black high leg boot with tubing detail (18818), £24.99 Continue reading
Popping over to Shoe Zone with a £30 voucher, I was hoping that I could squeeze out maybe a pair of sandals each for the boys. With the lovely weather we’ve had this Summer, they really did need some. Going inside, it was nice to see a whole range of different styles and colours, surely something to suit everyone. All laid out neatly, men, women and children all had their own section to look at. Continue reading