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Monday, 6 February 2012

What I Bought: New Look Chelsea Boots

Chelsea Boots - New Look

For me, no other High-Street retailer does shoes like New Look. Endless styles, shapes, patterns and heel heights suitable for every woman make them my go-to place for dressing my feet. 

I've lusted after the Topshop Allegras for a while now but I wasn't willing to part with £75 for a pair of shoes, and after trying them on in the shop, my love for them quickly faded which my bank balance was best pleased with. 

So I've been on the lookout for similar alternatives since then. Both New Look and Miss Selfridge did versions, both of which went into the sale but they were such good value for money that they quickly flew off of the shelves to my disappointment.

However, last week I spotted these on the New Look website and I didn't hang about - I've learnt my lesson! Plus, with free delivery to your local store (with orders over £20) it was an added bonus. 

As for the comfortability factor - I've worn them out both days to university and they hurt a little so far but nowhere near as much as my standard heels do. I think this is partly down to the fact that that the heel is thicker and wider meaning your feet are more supported. I think they instantly glam up any outfit and any excuse to get taller eh! 




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4 comments

  1. I love these boots! I totally agree with you on New Look shoes, they have a pair for everyone! These look really expensive too. I'd love to wear heels to uni but I'd just fall over, boo.
    Rebecca x

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  2. I agree! New Look are the best for their wide variety of shoes.

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  3. I agree, New Look is so good for shoes, and affordable too - I used to buy A LOT of heels from there during university to co-ordinate with my going-out outfits! These boots are lovely :) x

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  4. Where can i find it? these shoes aren't at newlook anymore... :(

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