Hello! How are you all? I've spent a very cold but enjoyable weekend at Butlins with the fam, babba BeBe absolutely loved it, which is really the most important thing (although I must say the rapids at the pool and the Sesame Street stage show pretty much rocked my world too!)
So anyway, I was contacted to see if I'd like to review a pair of Clarks shoes, I'm a huge Clarks fan, in fact my first ever post was about my very much loved and still in use Clarks satchel bag. If I want comfortable, good quality, hard wearing shoes, Clarks is my go-to place. In the last 5 years or so, they've become so much more than that though, with fashion forward lines, ranges with a vintage vibe, they really do have it going on. (did I just say, have it going on? Gawd)
So yeh, moving on... I was sent the beautiful Chorus Voice suede court shoes to review and much to my squuuueeeeee-y delight they are lined with Liberty Art fabric, which, as a huge Art Nouveau lover is a bit special.
I kow, I know it's on the inside, but sometimes it's the little things, the attention to detail that make a product feel really special.
The shoes themselves come up quite high on the foot, which I think gives them a real 40's look which I love, the suede is a really subtle heather shade, not too purpley, more a light grey with a hint of lilac. I ordered the D width fitting which I found more than generous, but I don't have particularly wide feet, so they do come in an E too if you need a bit more room in your shoes. The soles are paddded and are really comfortable.
We were way at the back of the camp and I walked the length of it and back when we went out for the evening and found them really comfy, they felt secure and the heel height was just right. I wore mine with leggings, my ASOS curve swing dress and duck print Primark jacket...
Are you a Clarks lover? I still buy cheap fashion shoes, but when it matters, I like to spend that little bit more for a quality product. Do you agree?