I try to be practical about my sale purchases post-Christmas. Despite my pragmatic nature though, I’ve been known to make shopping decisions based on what will look great in my wardrobe short-term, instead of carefully curating it with pieces that will withstand time and fast fashion. This year, I’m being sensible when show shopping, choosing styles that will both look great and provide me with lasting comfort. From chic mid-heels, the perfect leather boot, to urban-ready trainers, below are five types of shoes worth investing in during this years’ online sales.
If you’re after the perfect ‘I’m-busy-running-errands’ shoe, then try these smart mid-heels perfect for early morning meetings and late-night dinner parties, €34 at Topshop.
Mid-heel court shoes, €34 at Topshop
If you want to keep the party going late into January then these jacquard heeled sandals that will carry you through to next party season, €32.43 at Asos.com
Hexa jacquard heeled sandals, €32.43 at Asos.com
If you’re looking to invest in a good pair of leather boots, then these burgundy soft leather heeled boots by Kurt Geiger should do nicely, €155 at Brownthomas.com
Dante Coin Heeled Boots by Kurt Geiger, €155 at Brownthomas.com
If you’re ready to swap your heels for trainers, try these chic and comfortable Nike Cortez in dark raisin, €70 at Nakdcph.com
Nike sportswear Cortez classic, €70 at Nakdcph.com
If you’re keeping up with The Jones’, then these embellished faux glossed-leather mules by Stella McCartney are a stylishly practical shoice, €387 at netaporter.com
Embellished faux glossed-leather slippers, €387 at netaporter.com
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