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My New Spring Shoes From Paradox

There are many things I love about the Spring season, but here are three of my favourites: lighter evenings, drying my clothes outside on the line, and switching my ankle boots up for open toes heel sandals.

Easily pleased, right? See the thing is, I practically live in black heeled ankle boots for about 7 months of the year. I also have a grey and a brown pair too, so I can switch them up depending on what I’m wearing.

But I’m such a fan of pretty, open toe sandals which just look more elegant to wear…

Luckily, Spring is nestling in and Summer isn’t too far away. So I decided to get my hands on a shiny new pair of heeled sandals I can start wearing to ease myself into Spring – leaving my ankle boots at home.

The pair I have just started wearing are from Paradox London, and are the Harding Tan High Block Heel Sandals.

Tan is such a universal colour, and I’m sure you’ll all agree this particular shade of tan is beautiful for April…

I tend to wear a lot of beige, browns and creams within my everyday outfits. Which means these work in perfectly!

The versatile Harding sandal from Paradox London retail at £55, and are styled with a classic and timeless feel to them, so I doubt they’ll be going ‘out of fashion’ any time in the next few years really!

They are fairly lightweight and super comfortable due to the block heel, so I can wear these as daytime shoes and not feel crippled (and I still have a good solid 8 cm heel height!)


Due to how versatile they are, these can take you from day to night, but more so for me, I would travel in these when going on my holidays. They are comfortable enough to travel in, yet I’d wear them for holiday evenings, saving packing space when it comes to saving room for heels!

These shoes were kindly gifted to me to review, but I’ve already had a great experience shopping at Paradox before, so I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed.

As well as shoes, they have an extensive range of clutch and handbags, as well as a large wedding collection.

I do bridal makeup alongside running this blog and social media channels for What Emma Did, and I’ve started to recommend brides to Paradox when they are looking for shoes and handbags perfect for their bridesmaids.

Price wise, the prices reflect the high quality of the shoes, without being too over the top. The prices sit slightly higher than those of fashion fast online retailers, yet cheaper than those going into the luxury and premium categories.

Too happy I’ve found my perfect Spring sandals!

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