These gorgeous boots have been seen on several TOWIE stars over the last month or so, and I have to say – not only are they ideal for festivals and the rainy, drab weather we are so used to in the UK but they can also be worn with leggings and tights for everyday wear.
The boot itself is a heeled variation on a black wellington boot, which has then been decorated with gorgeous diamonte crystals (which won’t fall off once the rain starts). If you’re going away to a festival this year, or even if you aren’t – these are a gorgeous alternative to plain, average wellies! The small heel fitted to the boot means that you will still look glamourous, even in muddy situations – which is more than you can say for most items of clothing! Each pair is priced at around £79.99 – which is great considering they are a long lasting pair of boots. Compared to other major wellington boot brands its also relatively cheap, so I’d definitely recommend a look at the website if you are looking for a new pair of wellies to keep you clean and mud-free.
The DesignsThis is probably my favourite design, as it is so simple yet so gorgeous – and you’ll won’t be short of compliments and ‘where did you get those’ when wearing them out and about. The black boots themselves are very practical when it comes to muddy weather and the heel gives an added length to your legs! Bow Boot.I love this glam boots as well, as the crown’s design so intricate and detailed! A couple of celebs have been seen out wearing this boots, and they really are ideal for girlie festival lovers who wish to invest in a new pair of boots that will make them stand out amoungst a crowd! Royal Crown Boots.
Above – Chloe Sims sports a pair of Muddz! Click here for more information about her pair of Muddz.
Personally, I love the idea of Muddz – as they are so different from any other pair of wellies and I love items that are a little bit different (as you know from previous posts). Buy yours ahead of the much anticipated Reading Festival!
What do you think? Do you have a pair of Muddz? xx