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Stepping into Spring with boohoo

Waistcoat- Topshop (similar), Top- Whistles (similar), Jeans- Topshop, Bag- ASOS (similar), Shoes- boohoo
It's Easter weekend, the clocks change, the sun's going to stay with us for longer and the weathers most definitely shifting its focus to happier brighter days. With this season change I like to re-jig my clothing and footwear to suit, and at this time of year I like to show a bit of ankle or arm a lot more.

I tend to live in trainers or boots so longed for a transitional flat to see me through from  now until Summer. After spending what felt like hours scanning through the internet I narrowed it down and fell in love with these beauts; the Lucy Ghillie Tie up Pointed flats.(from boohoo).


Making any outfit feel somewhat gladiatorial, these shoes really are a great way to bare some extra flesh around the feet/ankle area and act as a great transitional piece before Summer. Then, the sandals and Birkenstocks see their return. They're really comfortable and affordable and haven't had any problems with having to break them in or anything which is always a great bonus. I've teamed these with jeans today, but have also worn them with culottes and a skirt #versatileorwhat.

Have you found some good transitional shoes for the season shift? Have these boohoo ones tickled your fancy? 
xoxo

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  1. Fab look, the shoes are so nice! :)

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    1. Thank you! I know, they're great! So comfy and versatile xo

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  2. Last season when these lace ups came in, I wasn't keen at first due to me loving my heels and not liking being flat, but I've recently bought 2 pairs and have been lovely them surprisingly! Nice styling too girl!

    Isobel x

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    1. Same! I wasn't much of a fan at the beginning but now am totally converted xo

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