After posting this outfit I had a lot of people asking me where I bought these silver shoes, which has prompted me to do a post on similar styles. My shoes were bought from Zara about a year ago now. They weren’t very expensive and they’re not leather but they are a good heel height and the pointy toe was bit different – then! I can’t find any exactly the same but there are some that are pretty similar….
These Aldo shoes at House of Fraser (£60) were about the closest that I could find in terms of price, heel height (although they look a little higher than mine) and toe shape. The T-bar part is lacking but other than that, they are really similar.
The Kurt Geiger Yasmin courts at House of Fraser (£220) are similar in style too, with a crocodile print worked in there. Quite a lot of the Kurt Geiger styles are on sale on the KG site so it maybe worth looking there for a cheaper option if you really like them.
For a block version heel, also with a crocodile print, these Ella shoes at Kurt Geiger are a nice option, and they are down to £49 from £195.
The Mercada shoes at Kurt Geiger are down from £220 to £109. They have a pretty jewelled strap, which would work really well with rolled up jeans.
The Maniah silver shoes by Kurt Geiger (£95) have the T-bar but not the closed in toe. I love the studded ankle straps and the heel height is good. Great for those with slim ankles!
The Millie sandal by Hobbs NW3 (down to £75 from£129) is just a lovely everyday sandal, rather than necessarily being similar to the style that I am wearing – although they could be worn in just the same way and with their block heel, they are probably slightly more versatile for the day time too.
And following on from my post on wooden and cork soled shoes the other day, I love these wooden silver shoes by Kurt Geiger (£120). They have a really great day time heel height to them and will instantly update jeans, utility trousers, cargos and chinos for the spring.
Finally, although this post is meant to be about silver shoes some prefer gold, so these gold shoes by Kurt Geiger (£55) have earned themselves a place for their price, heel height and shape and general all round versatility.
I really hope that you have enjoyed some sun over the weekend. It makes such a lovely change doesn’t it? Tomorrow I am working on a short film/promotional video and I see from the call sheet that as part of that, I will be working with a…..horse. Hmmmm – I’m not quite sure which end I would rather be.