During lockdown we’ve been keeping a keen eye on celebrities wardrobes, keeping tabs on what they’re wearing and what brands they’re clearly loving during isolation, and we’ve noticed a real love for chunky platform boots.
While usually we might be spotting our favourite stars in towering stilettos, it seems celebs are taking the opportunity to rock some comfier and chunkier footwear during isolation ands many of them are loving stylish footwear brand, Naked Wolfe.
We’ve spotted Jesy Nelson, Georgia Harrison and Sophie Kasaei all snapping themselves in Naked Wolfe shoes.
Naked Wolfe is a great fashion footwear brand and they make some really edgy trainers and boots with hefty stomping soles. These aren’t shoes for the faint hearted, but they are perfect for putting your most fashionable foot forward.
But the designer shoe brand is a little pricey, with styles that celebs are loving in excess of £200, so we have naturally searched the high street for you to bring you some more pocket friendly options, so you can still get the same big sole style at a much smaller price.
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Boots, £253, Naked Wolfe
If you want the real deal, then celebs have been rocking these Naked Wolfe boots.
The thick platform, lace up detailing and added chain decoration makes this one great stomping shoe.
Boots, £214, Naked Wolfe
If you’re still happy to splash the cash, but want a slightly cheaper option then try these chain free versions.
Boots, was £190 now £152, Naked Wolfe at Flannels
Go for a lower rise of Naked Wolfe shoes and save a fair whack as these official Naked Wolfe shoes pack all the punch without the £200+ price tag. These beauties are currently in the sale, making them a great investment as this chunky sole Nineties look is here for a while.
Trainers, £80, Buffalo at ASOS
Still chunky and still funky, for kids of the Nineties, a Buffalo shoe should bring up some fond memories. If you were a Spice Girls fan you’ll remember the band’s affinity with this thick sole trainer and these bad boys are back on the fashion map thanks to the Nineties revival trend. So if you don’t want to splash out on Naked Wolfe but still fancy some footwear nostalgia, get a pair of Buffalo trainers and relive your teenage dreams.
Lace up trainers was £35.99 now £19.99, New Look
The white version of these trainers have sold out, but if you’re still looking for that Naked Wolfe look, the fashion brand do all their key celeb loved styles in black too, so don’t be afraid to bag this on trend style steal.
Boots, £55, Koi
These white creeper sole style boots by Koi are the middle ground for those who love Dr Martens and Buffalos.
Trainers, £28, Missguided
Moving into dad trainer territory, these Missguided shoes are super cute and a budget friendly way to buy into summer’s most popular shoe trends.
Heeled boot, was £39.99 now £14.99, Public Desire
Less trainer more boot, this gorgeous sale buy still captures the essence of Naked Wolfe with it’s lace up detailing, heavy sole and stomping style, plus it has the chain detailing too.
Trainers, £149, Buffalo at Office
Another pair of Buffalo trainers, these are closer to the original silhouette that Nineties kids will know and love.
Boots, £169, Dr Martens at ASOS
Somewhere between Naked Wolfe and Dr Martens this shoe was born and we are extremely happy about it. A little on the pricey side, the fact that it is part of the Dr Martens family means we know it was built to last.
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