Every busy Mum needs comfy shoes, well Hotter shoes may have the answer for you.
Admittedly I had never been into a Hotter shop until a few weeks back, I was invited to take a look at their latest range of shoes and test out a pair, so accepted the offer well what woman wouldn’t like some new shoes?
I headed into the Bath store the staff were very friendly and helpful. The store itself has a variety of the traditional styles that hotter are well known for to the latest styles.
The staff were very helpful, but not pushy leaving me to browse and select shoes to try at my own leisure.
When trying on some styles I wasn’t sure which colour would be most practical, but the assistant encouraged me to try all the colours and gave me time to think through my wardrobe to decide what would go with which colour. Also being a big size 8 I sometimes have trouble finding a good fit, Hotter stock size 9s too so great for ladies with large feet.
With the weather turning colder I waslooking for a boot, but wanted something that was pretty as well as practical.
I opted for the Hampshire boot in taupe, I loved the colour different from your average black or brown, but can be easily partnered with jeans and skirts, not that I often wear skirts but you never know.
I have had the boots for a few weeks now they are so versatile they can be dress up for a night out, smart enough for a business meeting, comfortable for the school run and a good grip for icy mornings.
I would highly recommend Hotter, great customer service and ultra comfy shoes
The History of Hotter
Hotter was setup in 1959 then manufacturing slippers, in 1993 the Hotter Shoes Concept was born, bringing stylish shoes with built in comfort. In 1996 they produced their first catalogue, 2002 saw the first Hotter high street store open in Southport.
Now Hotter footwear is available through 63 high street Hotter stores and more than 200 independent retailers nationwide plus the easy to use website
And last year produced a pretty amazing 1.6 million shoes!
Written by Jessamine Hislop-Newton, Mummy to 5 Pickles, Founder and Owner of Little Pickles Markets