With the prospect of summer just on the horizon, a little bit of terror strikes through me…
My comfy winter boots are going to have to go to the back of the wardrobe!
It’s time for summer footwear.
I always have a pair of trusty Converse and Haviana flip flops on hand that I can wear with trousers, shorts and even a skirt, but with the changeability of the Great British weather, sometimes the lure of a boot is just too much.
I mean, it’s not unheard of to have snow in summer months, right? Flip flops or a wedge sandal will just not cut the mustard.
So when I was approached by J D Williams to review some of their product, I jumped at the chance to try out these black suede ankle boots that would be a great shoe for colder summer days or as we head into autumn.
Cut at just below the calf, with a soft slight heel and a wider than usual fit (great news for me as I have collapsed arches from years of running), these boots are possibly the comfiest thing I have put on my feet after my Uggs or cosy slippers. Available in four colours, I opted for sensible black because I like the versatility across seasons, and as I have just thrown my old cowboy boots away, I have a gap for a new Western-style boot to wear with denim.
So far I have only worn them with a pair of jeans, but I will most certainly be teaming them up with a denim day pinafore dress that I have hanging in the wardrobe.
Click here to buy the boots from J D Williams.
Tried and tested review:
The generous fit is really roomy for socks and to fit any excess skinny jean, and the soft suede material is easy to slip on and off – perfect for clothes shopping! These shoes are really comfortable and I don’t think I’ll experience any pinching as my feet swell after walking for longer periods of time.
At a glance:
- Price: £45
- Materials: upper: suede leather – sole: other materials
- Quality: high
- Gender: female
- Buy online at J D Williams
- Recommendation: high
Please note, J D Williams provided the products free of charge but not in exchange for a positive endorsement. The opinions in this blog are based on my own experiences and in no way linked to those of J D Williams.