Introducing the £9.99 heels the Love Island lot can’t stop wearing

Fans include Lucinda Strafford and Liberty Poole...

Love Island heels

by Aimee Jakes |
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Love Island may be over, but the tea is still piping hot.

From Liberty throwing shade over past relationships(understandable) to an£8 gleamy primer hack loved by Mary Bedford, Kaz Kamwiand Chloe Burrows, we are gobbling up every titbit like a plate of roasties on Christmas day.

Now, turns out the Love Island lot are obsessed with a pair of heels and they're currently just £9.99.

Who said it was expensive to dress like celeb, eh?

It's time to become acquainted with theFIAT heels from Ego, which are a bang-on-trend lace-up style with a square toe. They're available in nine different colours, so you can rest assured at least one will go perfectly with your Saturday night outfit.

They have been spotted on Millie Court, Liberty Poole and Lucinda Strafford, to name a few.

They normally retail for £49.99, but they are currently discounted onsite and with the code 'EXTRA20' you can get the colours purple, green and brown for a very reasonable £9.99. The rest of the colours are available for £14.99 with the code.

Either way, you're getting a pretty great bargain.

Liberty Poole wore the pink FIAT heels which matched perfectly to her oversized hot pink blazer. Elle Woods, eat your heart out, hun.

Meanwhile, Lucinda Strafford opted for the white FIAT heels when appearing on Love Island's Unseen Bits. Perfect for adding glam to summery outfits, but also some ice queen chic now the weather has officially turned.

Check out the FIAT heels on the Ego website hereand don't dilly dally. Black Friday deals won't hang around for long...

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In other news, Liberty Poole told heat her ultimate confidence tips and they are GOLD.

She shared, "I've learned from past experiences and throughout life in general, that your self-worth comes from you and no one else. When people used to make nasty comments here and there, I'd look for positive comments from other people to get my confidence back up again".

"That is like the worst thing you could do because confidence doesn't come from anyone else or anyone else's affirmations. It's really something that comes from you. In the past, I felt awkward about looking at myself and thinking, 'You look great today!' but you should, it's great to think those things about yourself and to say them to yourself".

"People can be nasty, and you'll always get mean comments from people, but if you feel confident in yourself and know your worth it won't shake you".

Read the full interview,here.

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