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These £39.50 shoes from M&S have the internet swooning

Even the celebs are lusting over them…

by Leanne Bayley /


You’ve got to love Instagram - it’s the perfect source of fashion inspiration. After a quick scroll you can quickly rack up a shopping list the size of your arm. From fashion bloggers, celebrities to high-street brand’s feeds - temptation is everywhere. A new favourite is Marks & Spencer’s spin-off account - @marksandspencerfashionpr. The PR team behind your favourite high-street superstore upload sneak peeks of stylish products which are about to drop in-store. If you don’t follow it, you really should.

From the blue and white stripy dress to the leopard print dress of dreams, @marksandspencerfashionpr were the first to break it. And now, well they’ve outdone themselves! The account posted a gorgeous snap of a pair of red bow kitten-heel shoes and fans are going wild. We’re talking vibrant red, a diamante bow and a wearable heel - what’s not to love?

One user commented on the snap: “These are so great,” while another wrote: “Gimme” and one fan commented that she wanted them for her wedding shoes.  

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Even celebrities and bloggers are in love. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley liked the photo, Strictly Come Dancing’s Tess Daly commented on the snap with two heart emojis, and Claire Chanelle (aka @iamchouquette) commented: “#ChouqetteApproved #NEED.”

The gorgeous red shoes have sold out online (sob) but hopefully they’ll be brought back because there is demand for the gorgeous shoes.

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