Summer is in full swing and before we know it, it’ll be over very soon! Today’s post is all about summer shoes that are well suited to those who quite simply, hate feet. I’m one of them. I hate getting my feet out, which means summer ballet pumps and sandals are just not for me! So here are my 5 top picks of summer shoes that are well suited to those who don’t want to get their feet out but still look summery, but also allow our feet to breathe.
Ugg Australia Patsy Double Strap Ankle Boots
I’m not quite sure how padded the insoles of these boots are, as I am fully aware that Ugg Australia are known for their comfort of shoes but also the warmth of them. Nevertheless, the cut-out sides are ideal for the warmer days but I can imagine if you’ve got a long day of walking around, these would offer maximum comfort.
Dorothy Perkins Tan Angie Cut-out Boots
The cagey, cut-out design is the prettiest thing with these boots. The peep-toe may not be for everyone, and certainly isn’t a preference of my own, but for those who want to show off a fresh pedicure then these are ideal.
Miss Selfridge Strap Cut-out Boots
I’d say this is my new favourite design! The strappy finish which runs all the way down the boot is perfect for the warmer weather, but is also subtlely discreet to hide that body part alot of us just seem to have a big phobia of! What’s our problem?
Jones Bootmaker Jackson Peep Toe High Heels
I was instantly drawn to these because of the tassels – you gotta love some tassels. I love the cut out sections of this pair of heeled boots, with just the heel of your foot and your little piggies peeping through. Better yet, they are currently on offer for just £29 – reduced from £99! There are various other styles of women’s sandals similar to this too.
OFFICE Juno Suede Ankle Boot
We all love a good pair of flat boots. Whether you’re quickly running down to the corner shop or nipping out for a bit and want your feet to be comfortable, flat boots are the way forward. This is a Chelsea Boot style shoe, but the small cut-out ankle at the sides adds a feminine touch to a style shoe that can often look quite manly.