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I love shoes and over the years of blogging have developed a real love of Hotter Shoes. Once you find a brand that are comfortable, but also stylish then you tend to stick with them. My previous Hotter shoes got me through a three week vacation to Florida without any blisters, so you can understand why I loved them do much.
So you can imagine that I was devastated to find out that Alvin had claimed one of my shoes and not only had he claimed it, he had destroyed it before I realised. So I was delighted to see that #CollectiveBias were looking for someone to go and shop for a pair of Hotter shoes.
What makes Hotter Shoes so great?
Hotter shoes are the most comfortable shoes I have worn ever and I don’t say that lightly. I have wide feet and a high instep so have searched high and low for shoes that are comfortable, but also stylish as I am not yet an OAP!
Hotter shoes have special contoured footbeds, extra roomy toe boxes, soft padding at heels and tongues, lightweight, shock absorbing soles and smooth internal seams.. They also come in a wide fitting too.
I have been wearing Hotter shoes for the last four years and I am really impressed at the newer styles coming out this spring. I decided to buy a pair of DIzzy shoes, which are flat to replace the Shake ones that Alvin chewed, but I have my eye on the Dawn Wedges in bright pink for the summer.
I have been wearing the Blue Neon lace ups for the last two months and love them, they give me great support and look fab too.
The shoes I chose are the light olive Dizzy and are light, comfy and look pretty great on too, better still they had £10 off and were £56 rather than £66.
These shoes will be kept away from Alvin I can assure you!