Andrea McLean wore the trend of the season during an episode of Loose Women this week.
The presenting star wowed her fans in animal print - but it didn't come in the form of a dress or a skirt. No, instead, Andrea opted for some show-stopping animal print knee-high boots.
She paired them with a gorgeously simple outfit, including a lime green jumper from Zara, and darker green skirt from River Island.
And it turns out the stand-out boots are also from one of our favourite high-street show stores, Office - the Kobra Back Heel Knee Boots (opens in new tab).
Andrea's fans appeared to adore the shoes, with one writing on her Instagram, 'Im loving those boots!', while another agreed, 'love the boots 👍'.
But if that weren't enough, the animal print shoes are currently on sale for half of their original price - down from £140 to £76! Now if that's not a bargain, we don't know what is...
Currently, they're still on sale in almost all available sizes (5, 6, 7 and 8) - however, they're selling out very quickly.
At the moment there's only a couple of pairs left of many of the sizes, so if you want these animal print boots for your wardrobe, you'll need to act fast.
After all, a pair of animal print boots should pretty much be a wardrobe staple. Although they're certianly not subtle, animal print is totally on trend, and wearing the style on your feet is a great way to incorporate it into your daily style, if you don't feel brave enough to wear it in dress form.
When you do wear them, keep the rest of your outfit simple, with plain block colours or neutrals, for an even chicer look. Avoid clashing prints and let the boots do all the talking...
Customers who bought these Office boots warned that they can come up slightly small on the calf, so it may be best to size up, just to be sure.
Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.
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