If you have been admiring the mega-sparkly, glittery boots from French powerhouse Saint Laurent, but can’t stretch to the near £10,000 price tag, you’re in luck! New Look have produced a near-identical copy of the galactic slouch boots, for a fraction of the price - a purse-friendly £44.99! The designer boots in question have been seen on a whole host of celebrities, including Rihanna, socialite Petra Ecclestone, and supermodel Kendall Jenner, who even shared a photo of them on her Instagram.
Kendall Jenner showed her appreciation for the boots on her Instagram account
The Saint Laurent boots are covered with over 3,000 Swarovski crystals, and boast a cone heel and a slouchy top for a relaxed and comfy fit. And the New Look imitations are highly similar; they too are knee-high with a slouched fit, are made with a cone shaped heel, and are designed in a metallic texture, in the most eye-catching silver shade. High couture, catwalk styles can be easily recreated, and these glittery stamps scream designer!
New Look boots (left) are a great alternative to the Saint Laurent style
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Petra Ecclestone wore her Saint Laurent boots to a recent event in London. Her slim frame looked incredible in a body-con black dress, with a black velvet jacket, and she made the designer sparkly boots the focus of her outfit thanks to her all-black colour scheme.
Pop superstar Rihanna also donned the boots, choosing to style them in a slightly different way to Petra. She jazzed up an otherwise casual outfit, consisting of ripped jeans, a leather biker jacket, hoop earrings, a casual T-shirt, with her pair of sparkly statement boots.
Rihanna dazzled up her casual look with the mega sparkly boots
The singer wore the boots straight from the Saint Lauren catwalk show in March but sadly mere mortals don’t get that luxury. They sold out very quickly online, prompting an abundance of imitation designs on the high street. The New Look offerings are available online in all sizes - so be prepared for some serious attention!
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