AD | At the moment I am loving pairing my pretty dresses with comfy trainers and pumps. I don’t really have casual and going out outfits, I just wear things that make me happy and change them up using different accessories. My latest favourites are these sweet pumps from Hotter which they recently sent me to try. Not only do I absolutely love wearing anything yellow, but these shoes are extra special because with each sale Hotter donates £20 to Marie Curie, an amazing charity who support people and families affected by terminal illness.
Hotter have collaborated with them in the past, using some of their lovely canvas shoes and have raised over £75,000 for the charity. The Tara shoe is one of their most popular Spring and Summer styles and I love the pretty makeover they’ve been given for this collaboration.
The daffodil is the symbol of the charity, so these lovely shoes pay homage to the work they do, with their lovely daffodil print. I love the little flash of yellow elastic too. I have so many pretty yellow things in my wardrobe that will go perfectly with these.
The shoes are a perfect everyday style for me. They are pretty and quirky, but also extremely comfortable and ideal for someone who is always on their feet. I plan to wear them all through Spring and Summer for photos walks, holidays, casual lunch dates and of course when I’m out with the kids.
I wore my pair here with one of my favourite yellow dresses. I wore this a lot last summer and I’m glad to have another cute pair of shoes to go with it. I’d also wear these with casual jeans and a cute t shirt and other coloured dresses too. I want to try them with some comfy dungarees and a striped t shirt as well. Watch this space!
I went for my usual size 6 in these, I always find Hotter shoes come top pretty true to size and are quite generous in width. They are beautiful quality too. I always find my Hotter shoes last me for years, I wear them loads and haven’t worn a pair out yet! I love that Hotter are a UK based business and make all their shoes in their Lancashire factory. It’s always fab to support UK manufacture and to know where products have come from.
If you’d like to support Marie Curie with a lovely pair of these shoes you can find them on the Hotter Website.
*Thank you to Hotter Shoes for sponsoring this blog post, all opinions are my own.