Hotter Star Shoes – Review

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When it comes to footwear, comfort is key. Particularly when much of my day involves school runs and dashing about taking the kids to clubs. There is little place in my life for fancy footwear and high heels unfortunately. I want to be comfortable and feel my feet are supported – I don’t want shoes that pinch or rub. Who wants to spend time wearing in shoes and dealing with blisters?

That said, I still want my footwear to look good! This autumn my school run style features the Hotter Star shoe on repeat.

This lace up trainer is available in a range of colours, including a lush dark metallic rose and a dark metallic pewter which are perfect for autumn! I chose the navy multi as I liked the mixed textures (and because we all know I love a bit of navy!)

Lace up navy trainer from Hotter

The Hotter Star shoe is definitely a level up from my scruffy Nike trainers which are often on my feet at this time of year! They look like I’ve intentionally chosen my shoes as part of my outfit rather than just chucked on the nearest, most comfortable pair of shoes I could find. (Which frankly is what often happens for the school run!)

Navy trainers from Hotter

Although these trainers are only available in a standard fit, there is plenty of room for my wide size 8s – the laces of course give you some flexibility of fit. And, as you’d expect from Hotter, they are super comfortable from the first wear. The contoured insoles and cushioned padding on the collar and tongue make it feel like you are pretty much wearing your slippers.

Fastening shoe laces on park bench

I didn’t feel any need to wear my trainers in at all – they give me that signature Hotter comfort from the very first wear and will definitely be a regular feature on the school run this autumn!

This autumn I’m also wearing the Hotter Tenby chelsea boots – pop over and have a nose!

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