The Comfiest Shoe Brand You Need To Buy This Cyber Weekend | Deichmann
This Autumn Deichmann have launched their incredible collection with Ellie Goulding, an iconic British singer/songwriter who I have adored for a long time. If you have not visited Deichmann they offer a huge range of branded shoes as well as the original Deichmann range & of course the Ellie Goulding range. Diechmann stock an impressive list of brands including Adidas, Fila & Puma to name a few..
I grabbed two pairs of shoes recently from Deichmann to compliment my Autumn Winter wardrobe. Both shoes I decided to get are flat shoes which I wanted for my casual day time outfits when I'm whizzing around London going to different meetings and events. I was recommended Deichmann shoes for comfort so the word practicality sprung to mind when choosing my new boots!
The first thing I noticed were how comfortable the shoes were and secondly how reasonably priced they were for the quality you get on the shoe. The gorgeous knee high boots I got (link below) were real suede and felt very premium, however they were only £60! What a bargain!
Biker boots, I don't know if you noticed, are EVERYWHERE. Every cool Instagrammer, blogger, influencer, whatever you want to call them, are wearing biker boots. Biker boots are an absolute essential for your 2017 Winter wardrobe and are also the comfiest shoes you will ever buy! My new Deichmann biker boots are the most exciting edition to my wadrobe, I love the buckle detail on the side and the buckle at the ankle, they also don't need to be broken in, so no blisters (yay!).
Biker boots are probably the most versatile shoe I have ever purchased as these can be worn with pretty much anything e.g jeans, skirts, shorts or even dresses (like how I have style it in the images above). You can find Deichmann stores in both Westfield Shopping Centres (Sheperds Bush & Stratford City) and in other locations around london- click here to find a store near you.
I am wearing;
Knee High Boots- Deichmann
Biker boots- Deichmann
Disclaimer: This was a paid collaboration with Deichmann