Monday, 19 September 2016

Giuseppe Zanotti Review


It will be a few months now since I first purchased my first pair of Giuseppe Zanetti shoes and they were none other than the Cruel Summers.  These shoes are to die for and I can't wait to show you more of them....

I'm a sucker for designer items particularly shoes and bags as I think of these as something that I use/wear often, if not daily, and so I will always be able to get wear out of them. 

I have been lusting over a pair of Cruel Summers since the first time I seen Kim Kardashian wearing the white pair and I knew I had to one day own my own. 

And after not so much deliberation I took the plunge and ordered myself my first pair (hopefully not my last). I think they look super sexy, feminine and fierce and I couldn't wait until they arrived.

After some deliberation some, not much I decided to go for the nude/pink coloured ones as I felt they would go with various different looks and styles from fitted jeans to dresses. They're definitely a statement shoe and there's no denying they attract attention. 


What I will just note is when I originally ordered these they were priced at round £900 I believe but they have since gone up in price and retail for £1040. 

This happens with designer pieces especially popular ones and so I would recommend if you see a statement piece which you love go for it and just buy it because it's more than likely the price will change. (this exact thing happened with the Louis Vuitton tote I had been lusting after)

You can shop the exact pair I bought here 

 My thoughts on these shoes are they are amazing and beautiful. They are a show stopping piece and although the heel height is 120mm they are very easy to walk in, especially as they have the double strap fastening around the ankle. 

I have worn them a few times now and each and every time people stop me to ask about them. I would highly recommend in buying these, especially if you're into fashion and shoe collecting as I am.






(view more of the Cruel collection here)


What do you think of these beauties? Would you ever pay that much on a pair of shoes?

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