Now that we're at the tail end of summer and heading off into the august bank holiday weekend, that can only mean one thing; rain. Lots and lots of rain. Over the past two weeks, London has been constantly inundated with exploding grey clouds and as an autumnal baby, I love it. But you know what I don't like? Wet feet! Thankfully Jileon Wide Fit Wellies have come to the rescue!
I have been a HUGE fan of Jileon for years - their wide calf wellies have got me through numerous festivals, woodland walks and rainy days, and have done so whilst looking cute and feeling comfy. I literally jumped at the chance to work with them, and was so excited to see what would be sent.
First up are this pretty grey and white spotted half boots. Not only are they easy to slip on and off, but they also have a chunky sole which really helps when getting caught in a muddy situation. One thing to note is that they are extra wide in the foot (EEE) as well as the calf, but that's nothing that a pair of thick, cosy socks won't solve if your feet aren't as wide.
Whether you're looking for something easy to wriggle out of when gardening, or something to splash through puddles in with ease, the half boots are a great choice every time. They also come in a large variety of styles, and have a warranty of 12 months on them.
I can barely put into words how much I love these ankle boot wellies! I have been known to wear these as normal ankle boots on more than one occasion, making use of the chunky cleated sole which gives great grip. The glossy black with a flash of bright pink makes them a fun, everyday footwear option, with the elasticated Chelsea boot shape offering comfort.
PS. Diana was gifted her Jileon Boots after we reached out to her and these are her own views and words. It is important for us to share honest reviews with you. To learn more about Diana - Fashion Loves Photos and her wonderful blogs and reviews head over to her website here
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