Choo need to see these

I’ve had a January sales splurge… I couldn’t resist. As I’m not spending any money in the month on February (yes, you heard that right) I thought why not. This is the reason I didn’t choose to spend no money in Jan, sales are just too tempting. I would just be setting myself up for failure!


Savannah’s is an online luxury shoe boutique, who also have a store in Sweden. The price that they advertise includes all local duties and taxes, so there are no nasty surprises at checkout.

I found Savannah’s by chance a few years ago through browsing luxury shoes. Last year I purchased a pair of my favourite Manolo Blahnik’s and I was so impressed with the service that I now regularly surf their website.

Most luxury shoe brands have a home at Savannah’s and their aren’t many main luxury brands that you won’t find. Their sales are always INCREDIBLE and I mean, the cheapest price you will find for the genuine shoes.

Savannah’s also sell designer bags and accessories.


– Authentic products –
– Global shipping to 150 countries –
– Free returns and exchanges –
– All local duties & taxes included in prices for:

European Union, Australia, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States and Venezuela.

The online store is the virtual shopping experience mirroring the successful European luxury store Savannah’s, which opened in 2009. We constantly update our collection to offer the latest items from the top luxury brands.”

Now you know I do my research and I can assure you that this site is legit. I have ordered from them a few times now and I have always been extremely happy with the products. They also have an Instagram account you can check out. However, if you are still unsure, they also offer free returns on all products – including sale.


I have had my eye on these shoes for ages now, but I just couldn’t justify the £525 price tag. The reason for this is because they are more of a seasonal shoe. I know that with my CHANEL, Manolo etc, I can wear them all year round. I don’t mind spending a little more if that’s the case, but these were definitely a S/S shoe!

Never the less, I was still in love and had my eye on them. When Savannah’s announced their sale, I was searching for these beauties. I said to myself if they have more than 20% off, then I had to snap them up and add them to my collection!


They weren’t 20% off… they weren’t 30% off… they weren’t even 40% off… 50% OFF!!!

I needed to snap these up, £525 down to £263! Now I know even my Nan will be reading this appreciating that it is a good discount.

I started picturing what I would wear these with… this is very important when making a splurge. Ohhh, my cropped jeans, white jeans, white summer dresses with a tan! The races, oh yes!

I heard from another blogger that these were really comfortable, she has arthritis in her feet and said these were the most comfortable sandals she had worn. I knew that if this was the case, then these would definitely be coming to the races with me!

After wearing them around my house for 20 minutes, I knew that these were going to be comfortable – Claire was not lying!

Once again, I have bought suede, will I ever learn! I know they are the hardest to maintain but in my opinion, they are the most beautiful. These heels come in a few different heel heights and also colours. Savannah’s only sell them in a 100mm heel but they have more options on the Jimmy Choo website.

To shop this shoe, simply click here. There are still sizes left, so be quick.

For any more information, I have made an unboxing video on these beauties. This will go live on Sunday 15th January, so keep your eyes peeled. In this video I also talk about first impressions, sizing and packaging (very important).


Go and browse the Savannah sale now, it is coming to a close but they still have some great pieces available!

ENJOY… and CHOOse to be happy!

Love Life,

Emma xxx


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