Over the last few months we've been putting everything into the new house and because of that, my shopping addiction has had to take a bit of a back seat. Well, clothes-wise anyway - I'm constantly buying home things! Don't get me wrong, I still do a bit of clothes shopping every month but nowhere near as much as I used to. For that reason, I've started thinking differently about the way I spend my money.
I'm much less likely to spend £50 in Primark now and instead, I'll spend that money on something that's a bit better quality and will last. I realise that sounds really old, or maybe 'wise' is a better word..? Yeah, let's go with 'wise'. It's probably got a lot to do with my change in style too - I wear a lot of neutrals these days and I suppose I know now that if I spend a bit more on something, it'll still be wearable and fit my wardrobe next year too. The saying goes 'if you buy cheap, you buy twice' and I think that's so, so true.
So here's some of the sandals I've got my eye on at the moment. The good thing is, they're all well-made, good quality and a lot of them are on sale too so you get the best of both worlds!
These white and tan flat sandals (4) from Shoetique are the perfect neutral sandals that would match everything in my wardrobe, from dresses to jeans. These are real leather so they'll be super comfortable too. Another website for good quality shoes is Jones the Bootmaker - I love these Birkenstock style sandals (1) - they're reduced from £60 to £17 which is amazing for real leather sandals. I think grey is one of the easiest neutrals to wear and when it's grey suede like the ones above (6,7) how could you not just fall in love?
What do you guys think - do you think if you buy cheap, you buy twice?
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