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Getting the boot – the Hotter Dallas Boot #ad

Some girls live for the high heels and dainty pointed toes, personally I’ve always been a boots girl, Knee boots, ankle boots, shoe boots and not forgetting my trusty walking boots.  So, when Hotter Shoes asked if I would like to review a pair of boots for the Christmas party season, my response was a solid “Yes PLEASE!

Fitting the bill

I’ve been looking for a dressy ankle boot to wear with dresses, skirts and skinny jeans but many on the high street were too high for me.  The Dallas boot fitted the bill perfectly and even better for me, it has a low heel which is a safe choice for me and my weak ankles!

Dallas Boots

Dallas boot

The Dallas boot comes in four colourways; the black and dark tan boots feature stud detailing around the envelope top.  The grey and claret have brogue styling and are in nubuck finish.

At the top of the heel on the back of the black and tan boots is a metal bar, which brings style and interest to the back of the boot. The envelope topline has cleverly hidden elastic which allows the boot to move comfortably with you – perfect for hitting the dancefloor – and means they are less likely to rub and spoil your party.

Dancing Queen

Christmas party season is all about the dancing (well maybe a few drinks to help the dance moves) but in order for me to get on a dancefloor, I need comfortable footwear.  The Dallas boots have space in the rounded toes giving me wriggle room and the lower heel means I don’t get the burning sensation in the ball of my feet.  As with all Hotter shoes, the boots are super lightweight, supportive and comfortable.

No Yule Ball for Cinders

Unfortunately, working alone means a distinct lack of Christmas parties for me to attend unless you count dancing around the kitchen with the dogs as a party?  Instead, I shall be popping on my jumper dress and chunky tights with my boots to enjoy a meal out with my Beans.  Let’s face it, I wouldn’t have the blog if it wasn’t for them anyway so they can be my colleagues for the night.

What will you be wearing to your Christmas party this year? I’d love the opportunity to get properly dressed up again and dance around my handbag.

 

 

10 Comments

  • lucy mackcracken

    December 30, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    These are really stylish and will go with a lot of different outfits. I recently discovered Hotter this year too and love how comfortable their shoes are.

    1. Sabina Green

      January 4, 2020 at 9:59 pm

      They are seriously comfortable but also fashionable too. I particularly love their sandals and their boots.

  • Lyndsey O’Halloran

    December 30, 2019 at 7:47 pm

    I’ve heard such good things about Hotter. I should really try a pair.

    1. Sabina Green

      January 4, 2020 at 9:57 pm

      Honestly, I have so many pairs of Hotter shoes and I love them all.

  • Karen Iegge

    December 30, 2019 at 8:14 pm

    I’m a heels girl through and through. Motherhood may have necessitated some more sensible footwear but whenever possible I’m a 4-5 inch heel kinda gal. What a great product to try out though. I’m all for shoe trials!

    1. Sabina Green

      January 4, 2020 at 9:53 pm

      Haha, I would break my ankle in less than a day if I wore heels that high, I do love to see them though and am always in awe of the ladies who wear them with elegance.

  • Kara Guppy

    December 31, 2019 at 7:20 am

    I got the new Sandringham boots for winter and always get such great comments. I am definitely going in to raid the sales 😉

    1. Sabina Green

      January 4, 2020 at 9:52 pm

      Oooh I liked the look of the Sandringham boots too, always so many great styles to choose from <3

  • Jennifer Gladwin

    December 31, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    I’m definitely more a boots girl too! I love these, they look so versatile. They’d go with so many outfits.

    1. Sabina Green

      January 4, 2020 at 9:50 pm

      They are really versatile since the post went live I have worn them with lots of different outfits 🙂

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