Actress and chef Lisa Faulkner has sent fans wild on her Instagram account, as she posed in a pair of gorgeous Marks & Spencer sandals.
The 46-year-old, who is married to John Torode, took to social media to share her love for the pair of strappy shoes. She wrote, 'Loving my @marksandspencer sandals. Wish I’d bought more as I haven’t stopped wearing them 💙'.
And it seems her 105,000 followers agreed, flocking in their hundreds to share how much they loved the shoes too.
One fan wrote, 'I have these too they look fab with any outfit', while a second user said, 'I’ve got them too and love them x'
A wave of her followers also shared their thoughts on how comfy the summer sandals look.
A third person commented, 'They looks really comfortable x'. And another agreed, 'Ooh these look lovely been struggling to find some nice sandals that do not give me blisters!'
And some customers who actually already owned the sandals agreed, claiming they are super-comfortable to wear. One wrote, 'I got the yellow ones for my recent holiday & I never had them off my feet, so comfy x', while another commented, 'I have them they are so comfy'.
And in fact, M&S themselves have guaranteed that comfort is key with this specific pair of shoes, sharing that they've been made with a rear elastic band, to ensure they don't cut into your ankle.
If you fancy getting your hands on Lisa's favourite summer shoes, you'll be pleased to know that they're on sale for under £20 - at just £19.50.
Luckily, the pretty shoes are also available in a few more colours. Alongside the black, also on offer are a neutral colour, a gold, red, and a lemon version.
These too are selling out quickly as well though - so get shopping soon if you want them for your wardrobe.
Lisa's gorgeous shoes would be the perfect addition to any outfit this summer. Whether you pair them with a floaty dress, or a pair of simple jeans, you're sure to look effortlessly chic.
And of course, the simple, lightweight design will also ensure that your feet stay as cool as possible throughout the current heatwave. What more could you need?