Just in case you haven’t had your fill of sale shoes yet, the Sarenza sale is still going strong: here are some of my top picks!…
Some of you might recognise these polka dot peep toes from my Shoe Challenge posts: I bought them this summer, having lusted after them for months, and I loved them so much I managed to get multiple wears out of them before the weather turned chilly. They’re a little more pink than they look in the product shot, but they’re absolutely adorable, and I find them the perfect shoes for many of my retro-inspired outfits, as they have a real “pin-up girl” feel to them. At £103, they’re not exactly cheap, but the regular price is £172, so you’re still making quite a saving. I know a few of you have also had your eye on these, so now might be a good time to grab a pair, before the price goes back up!
Ted Baker ‘Keanah 2’, £76
I have these shoes in silver and coral, and they’re such a favourite of mine that I’d definitely have bought this black version by now if they had them in my size! This is an older style, so sizes are limited, but if yours is available, I promise you won’t be disappointed by these!
I firmly believe that you can never have too many pairs of nude shoes. Or too many spikes, for that matter. These KG by Kurt Geiger slingbacks have both of those features in their favour, and they’re also available in black, if that’s more to your taste.
Ravel ‘Joy’, £53
I became a little bit obsessed with this shade of blue last year, so although I no longer wear platforms as often as I used to, I could just be prepared to make an exception for these ones.
Finally, I couldn’t do a Sarenza roundup without mentioning these:
Mel ‘Raspberry’, £42
I have these shoes in both of the colourways available, but only the nude and black version is on sale: the black and red, meanwhile, is still at the full price of £52. I absolutely love these shoes, which have become my go-to for rainy days (which we get quite a lot of around here!). They’re really comfortable to wear, and a lot more stylish than Wellington boots: I never could resist a shoe with a heart on the front!