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FASHION | Public Desire 15% off lace ups



 

Literally waiting for payday to come around quick so i can get my hands on some of these lace up heels from PD! These lace ups are so HOTTTTT at the moment and i think when paired with the right outfit ( tight little pencil skirt maybe..♥) they look so classy. Here are a few of my faves, i would be buying all of these if it wasnt just monoply money i had lying around in my purse....hey, at least its colourful. 




Rebecca Stiletto Ankle Boots in BlackSophia Platform Sandals in Nude Faux Suede
Jennie Fringe Heels in Nude
Pia Tan Cut Out Knee High HeelsAnais Red Cut Out Lace Up HeelLaila Royal Blue Faux Suede Lace Up Heel Sandals
Michelle Lace Up Heels in Black Faux Suede
Alaia Nude PU Cut Out Lace Up HeelLuca Black Faux Suede Over The Knee Heels




The electric blue ones are giving me hearts in my eyes 
♥_♥ 

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Make sure you use the code "LACE" for 15% off 
(ends midnight Friday 31st July)

Much love,

Sarah
XOXO

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