Tuesday Shoesday ~ Pretty pumps

This week my big winter boots have been left firmly on the shelf, as everyday (even on the bank holiday!) was lovely and sunny. It was therefore time to crack out the summer skirts and choose some suitably cute summer footwear to go with them. I’ve tried out my Jamhill sandals (that I reviewed last week) a few times while visiting the beach, but it’s not quite flip-flop weather yet, so I’ve needed to look for a pair of in-between pumps for spring/summer days.

Tuesday Shoesday ipanema flip flip sandals from jamhill

So, I took myself off to Primark this week and visited their shoe department hoping to get a pair of plain white pumps – my staple summer shoe, that I’ve bought for the last few years in a row. But this time I found these cream and pink beauties (with the cutest palm-tree print on the inside) instead – for the same price as the basic white pumps!

tuesaday shoesday - cream and pink primark pumps three quid bargain

And on my way out, a pair of pretty floral print shoes (below) leapt out at me and I didn’t hesitate in snapping them up too (you know how much I love a rose pattern!). So in one shopping trip I found two pairs of perfect pumps that will do me well for all my summer wardrobe needs, as they will go nicely with jeans, skirts and dresses. I wasn’t planning to write about these shoes on a Tuesday Shoesday blog post, but they are so nicely designed and such a good price that I couldn’t help but share. So I snapped a couple of photos (before I messed them up!)  and my cat Muffin sneaked into a pic too!

tuesday shoesday - navy and pink floral primark pumps three quid bargain

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