9 Affordable Shoes Every Influencer Seems to Own Right Now

I can always make room in my wardrobe for a new pair of shoes. In all honesty, barely a month goes by when I don't treat myself to a new pair. A fast-fashion pair, that is. Of course, I ogle over designer footwear just as much as the next fashion obsessive, but seeing as I can afford myself several affordable pairs for the price I'd pay for a single set of Manolo Blahniks or Jimmy Choos, the maths speaks for itself.

It also helps that right now, high-street shoes are the best they've ever been, and it seems I'm not the only one who thinks so. So many influencers have been wearing high-street shoes of late (below you'll find my absolute favorites). From Erika Boldrin's Mango wrap-around sandals to Ada Oguntodu's excellent Topshop mules, keep scrolling to see and shop the high-street shoes influencers have bought into this summer.

Red shoes are the quickest way to give any outfit a stylish spin, and Mango's wrap-around pair of sandals are as cool as they come.

These heels have already sold out in tan—don't let the bold yellow iteration pass you by, too. 

What do you get when you put an open-toe mule silhouette with leopard print? The perfect summer shoe, that's what.

Pearl details are all the rage in 2019. Most commonly found on necklaces, earrings, and bags, ASOS has taken the trend a step further by adorning leather sandals with them.

The cutout detailing makes these black leather shoes ideal for summer, too, as they're more breathable than traditional heels. 

There have been many cult-status sandals this year, and Zara's white floss heels are up there with the best of them.

With a practical block heel, almond-shaped toe, and tan suede finish, these Vagabond numbers are as versatile as shoes get.

We saw these mules countless times over fashion month back in February, and they're proving just as popular in the summertime, too.

Dune's sellout Loupe sandals have been reissued for 2019 in a host of new colorways, including this chic snake motif.

This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

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