Sunday, 14 July 2013

Clogs and Sandals ♥

I absolutely love Swedish Hasbeen shoes. They are so cute and stylish and come in so many gorgeous colours and styles. I really love the Swedish 'clog' look as well, but unfortunately Swedish Hasbeens are a bit too pricey for my poor purse. They are generally about £100 + and whilst I'd love to own a pair, 100 quid is quite a lot for sandals. My spending in that range for shoes usually goes on boots that will last an age and will keep my feet protected from the elements and are good quality materials etc. For sandals my main requirements are that they look pretty and comfort.

I was very excited and pleased to stumble across a website that is selling the most amazing clogs and sandals, that look just like Swedish Hasbeens, but at a fraction of the cost! The site is called Lotta from Stockholm and if you like this style of shoe I urge you to check it out! I am going to treat myself to a pair when I get paid next week as Lotta's shoes are around the £50 mark. Still more than average but way cheaper than the branded Hasbeens.

Here are some of my favourites I've been eyeing up. I want them all!






These are such a pretty pale blue denim colour and would go with so many outfits!




These remind me of the clogs I used to wear as a kid! I love the floral pattern, and if I had a garden these would definitely be my 'pottering around the garden' shoes.




These are so amazing! I love the metallic leather against the wooden heel. These would be great for holidays. I also like how you could wear both gold or silver accessories with them!





The gorgeous brown colour and Nubuck makes these clogs look a lot more expensive than they are. I'm also liking the closed toe.





These cute polka dot sandals remind me of Minnie Mouse! You can also get them in bright red for extra Minnie Mouse factor!


Which pair do you think I should get?


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9 comments:

  1. I love the first pair, they're so cute! I wish I could afford some Hasbeens but these seem like a fine alternative :)
    Rosie x | Every Word Handwritten

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    1. They are so much cheaper! And I've just spotted a 'sale and seconds' section where they're all even less money, about 30quid each! Xx

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  2. I like the color of the first pair!

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    1. They def seem to be the most popular so far! X

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  3. I really like clogs, especially the bottom pair but I am not sure if I can pull them off ahaha! Lovely blog, following! x
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  4. I am so so glad you did this post! I have been wanting some of the sandal type clogs for ages but couldn't be bothered to find any online - thanks for doing the hard work for me. BTW - anyone know if they are comfy to wear?

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    1. You're welcome! Glad you like it :) I still haven't decided which ones to buy, too many I like! A friend I work with has a pair from this website and wears them all the time and says they're really comfy! xx

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  5. Did you get a pair? Me and a friend from work have been discussing the quality of the wooden bit. Do you think it's as good as Swedish hasbeens?

    Nadia

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    1. I haven't yet. I couldn't decide which one to go for!! I'm not sure whether they are as good as hasbeens but I think they're pretty damn close. My friend at work has a pair and she literally wears them every day in the summer. She bought them last year and they're still going strong now! Xx

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