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Summer Holiday Shoes


For me, espadrilles are the epitome of summer holiday shoe; they're lightweight, breathable and perfect for keeping your feet cool in the sunshine whether that's by the beach or at a festival. So when Ego shoes asked me to pick out three pairs of summer shoes, I thought I'd show you guys my take on them.
 Junior Flatform Trainers | £24.99 | White or Black: What I loved about this first pair was the platform. I've never seen espadrille trainers before but I think they look great on and would work well for some of those more active holiday days; of course that doesn't mean anything too strenuous, maybe just hitting up the local town or walking along the beach front. The are super comfortable so they would also be perfect for running around a festival in. I loved that the white upper also has a slight shimmer to it.
Justice Lace Up Espadrille | £19.99 | Gold, Silver or Black: Although I don't wear closed toe that often, I love a lace up shoe! These have a super soft sole and loosely lace up the leg - and I think with the colour in a choice of silver or gold, they are perfect for both the day time and evening. I went for gold as I think it looks great on the beach but the shimmery colour means they will instantly dress up an outfit in the evening.
Natalie Pom Pom Espadrille Flatform | £29.99 | Grey or Pink: The last is a flatform shoe with just a touch of espadrille in the line along the top of the platform but also a fun, furry pom pom on the front. This particular style come in subtle grey or pink but you can buy similar styles in a more harsh black, white or even demin. I almost bought the Abigail style last year but it was a lace up fastening and it just wasn't strong enough to keep the block sole secured to my foot. The buckle fastening on this style sorts that problem out.

2 comments

  1. Loveee the pom pom flatforms!!

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  2. These are some very pretty shoes and I'm sure you will have multiple use of them in the summer :)

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