WIN a pair of Cheekyshoes!

As you know, I’m a big fan of comfortable shoes. Even if it does mean my children scoff. I don’t care – rather that than bunions.

How do you feel about shoes though? Do you have a life-long favourite pair? A pet peeve? A ‘must have’?

Cheekyshoes are a brand new company, who want to create fun and funky shoes that are comfortable enough to wear every day, yet colourful enough not to make you feel like you’ve been relegated to the ‘cushioned sole, wide fit’ corner of Clarks.

You can see for yourself that they’ve definitely checked the colourful box:

I have a red pair, and can verify that they are succeeding on the comfy front too. So far so good.

Cheekyshoes really want to know though how you feel about shoes. What is important to you when choosing shoes? What colours or designs would you like to see? What do you struggle with when trying to find shoes that are both fun and functional?

Cheekyshoes have given me three pairs of shoes to giveaway, in return for your honest feedback. To enter, simply leave a comment on this post with all of your shoe thoughts before the end of October, after which a winner will be chosen at random.

If you’d like an extra chance to win, you can tweet the following:

I’ve just entered to #win a pair of @cheekyshoes1 courtesy of @Mummyblogger – you can enter too now!

If you’re feeling super lucky, you could follow Cheekyshoes on twitter as well. I’d suggest you follow me too, but I’m sure you already are. *stern look*

That’s it!

That was easy wasn’t it?

Open to UK residents only – sorry!



  1. Emily Hutchinson
    16 October, 2012 / 10:48 am

    Ooh fun shoes are a must, they’re really hard to find in adult sizes. Kids get all the best shoes. I love red and blue, however if these shoes really are very comfortable they should definitely do them in plain colours too, black, brown, grey etc, so we can have a fun coloured pair for home and a black pair for work etc. They’d look great with some patterns and pictures on, tattoo style designs, rock chick skulls and pretty daisies would all look great, and you can go wrong with polka dots, kind of Cath Kidson style.

  2. 16 October, 2012 / 10:53 am

    Love em. Shoes make me happy – end of. So all that really matters to me when finding the perfect pair is that they put a little spring in my step. I do like a shoe that becomes a talking point too. Anything that breaks the ice at the school gates is a winner!

  3. Erika Fallon
    16 October, 2012 / 11:07 am

    My favorite pair of shoes are red heels with white polka dots and a ladybird on each one. They are eye-catching and women tend to fall in love with them immediately. I am blessed to own these shoes but can’t wear them very often because I find it hurts to wear heels. I wear a lot of boots…because they are comfy and have a bit of a heel to make me taller than my slightly short 5″6″. My other favorites are a pair of red patent ballet pumps. I think I must have great taste in shoes because everytime I wear them at least three women will ask me where I got them!

  4. Emma underwood
    16 October, 2012 / 11:08 am

    Cheeky shoes look like my kind of shoes. As a mom of twins I need something that is comfy, long lasting and cute.

  5. katie walters
    16 October, 2012 / 11:45 am

    they sound great as they are comfy, which they have to be for me, and they look good, with lovely colours. i love the electric blue ones

  6. 16 October, 2012 / 11:47 am

    I love comfy shoes with bright and eye catching designs, these look great, but I’d love to see them with some funky patterns on too! Those colours are awesome, love the lime green!

  7. 16 October, 2012 / 11:59 am

    important for me is a comfortable sole as Im on my feet at work for 6 hrs at a time, walking on average 10000 steps. They need to be flexible enough to swell with my feet, but supportive enough to prevent sore feet.
    They need to have heels and toes, easy on easy off and allow my feet to breath as its a very warm environment. The green or blue would go great with my uniform., but love the choice of colours that would go with jeans.
    My pet peeves are anything that does not fit that criteria

  8. 16 October, 2012 / 12:29 pm

    i love all shoes but since my spinal problems I am limited to flats and finding fun and comfy shoes are a nightmare they tend to be one or the other. I am limited to black for work so love the chance to wear other colours on days off have to say I am drawn to the purple will be checking these out and tweeting as well.

  9. 16 October, 2012 / 12:35 pm

    I seriously struggle with shoes. I must walk a little bit like John Wayne as all of my heels end up worn down in the same tell-tale places. I tend to only wear 2 pairs and wear them to death before going through the drama of buying more. I’m deadly serious when I same I have ‘shoe issues’

  10. olivia kirby
    16 October, 2012 / 1:06 pm

    I always buy ‘fun’ shoes if I need a special occasion pair, something a bit different with various adornments! I like the red ones and the yellow too.

  11. olivia kirby
    16 October, 2012 / 1:07 pm

    Tweeted and following as @olivia280177

  12. 16 October, 2012 / 7:32 pm

    I love quirky colourful shoes, and I love the fact that these are flat. I don’t and won’t do heels so these are right up my street. I might be asking santa for a pair!

  13. 16 October, 2012 / 7:34 pm

    I have tweeted and folllowed @esthermate. Good luck everyone!

  14. 16 October, 2012 / 7:38 pm

    I love comfy shoes with bright and eye catching designs, these look great

  15. 16 October, 2012 / 7:38 pm

    I have tweeted and folllowed @handbag2000

  16. 16 October, 2012 / 8:55 pm

    I need a decent sized sole. I do a lot of walking and shoes with thin soles get worn away really quickly and I’m rubbing away the leather. Boo.

    Funky colours at a good price are also good.

  17. Ali Thorpe
    16 October, 2012 / 10:49 pm

    In the vast majority of shoes, I am a 5. In some, I am a 6. I even own a pair of 7s. I wish shoe sizes were more reliable!

    Must say, I love the look of these shoes. I would go for red too; every woman should own a pair of red shoes!

  18. Ali Thorpe
    16 October, 2012 / 10:50 pm

    I have also tweeted as @alicomps.

  19. honeybee
    17 October, 2012 / 11:51 am

    I like to buy shoes that will take the all-weather-school-run, but that don’t make me feel like a SAGA subscriber before my time.
    I love the colours used by Cheeky Shoes in the picture above – they look as though they’ll cheer up my lazy jeans + sweater combo.
    What would be really good for me is a good quality, leather shoe that has an inbuilt ‘memory-foam’ type inner sole that would comfortably cushion itself to my own feet…and feel like I’m walking on spongy pavements.

  20. Jayne Watts
    17 October, 2012 / 8:39 pm

    I like shoes that masquerade as proper girls shoes, but which are secretly comfortable enough to wear as a teacher on my feet all day! I like wedge heels and sandals, round toes, but with an appearance of being pretty and dainty. You can’t fool everyone though – last year I was dancing on a table in a bar in my comfortable shoes, which look like quite a bit like girly going out shoes, and one of my much younger colleagues laughed and said ‘look at you in your comfortable shoes’ – gutted!

  21. rinsimpson
    18 October, 2012 / 8:19 am

    There should definitely be more comfy, stylish shoes in the world! I have quite large feet (size 7 and fairly wide) so for me it’s about finding something comfortable that’s also dainty. I hate it when the sole sticks out around the edge of the shoe (just makes my feet look wider!). Colour-wise, I love the classic black, brown and grey for flexibility, but you can’t beat ruby red for making a statement. On the practical front, it’s useful if the material is water resistant, and the sole is thick enough to stop your feet getting cold and sore but not so thick that it ruins the look. If I could find a magic elf to make my perfect shoes, it would be a pair of pumps I can wear in any weather!

  22. carol phile
    18 October, 2012 / 1:04 pm

    I’m just like Rin above – size 7, wide feet, I reallyu struggle to find nice but comfy shoes and tend to live in trainers or Crocs. It’s the old story – once you get out of standard sizes, your choices are so restricted. Especially if money is a problem. These look like a great alternative. Great comp, thanks.

  23. carol phile
    18 October, 2012 / 1:07 pm

    was already following you as @essexgirlSE so divert the stern look!!!! Tweeted and follwed cheekyshoes :)

  24. fiona firth
    19 October, 2012 / 8:06 pm

    I hate to admit it but the first thing that is important to me in a pair of shoes is the pricetag. Sad but true

  25. Chris Hutson
    19 October, 2012 / 9:52 pm

    I have great difficulty finding comportable flat shoe that don’t look frumpy. Love to have one or two pairs of these colourful shoes.

  26. Belinda Matthews
    19 October, 2012 / 11:41 pm

    These look great comfy shoes are usually like something my granny would wear. But these are great

  27. 22 October, 2012 / 9:07 am

    I love comfy shoes but definitely find that they are, in general, either not comfy but pretty or not pretty but comfy. Trying to find comfy AND pretty shoes is incredibly difficult, especially for a sensible price.

  28. 24 October, 2012 / 9:51 am

    These shoes look great. I’m forever on the look out for a comfortable hardwearing pair of flat shoes for running around after the children but they are hard to find. I end up buying pair after pair from Tesco and they don’t last well at all.

  29. 24 October, 2012 / 9:53 am

    I already follow you and Cheeky Shoes on Twitter and have tweeted @RedRoseMummy

  30. CharliiCL
    24 October, 2012 / 4:37 pm

    Before my twinnies I was all about the pretty shoes- high heels, boots, sandals, etc. The prettier the better! Now I have a double buggy with me, or I’m babywearing and comfort has surpassed all else! These shoes look like they will bridge the shoe-gap of pre- and post-children!! You want something you feel safe in when carrying babies, sturdy enough to let you chase after toddlers, pretty enough that you don’t feel you’ve totally lost your own sense of style and colourful. I’ve tweeted about this, I’m following Cheeky Shoes and Mummy Blogger!

  31. 25 October, 2012 / 10:11 pm

    i’m running after a toddler at the moment (well not AT this PRECISE moment) so i need comfortable shoes that I can sprint in at a seconds notice and that I don’t have to worry about whether i fall over in them or they fall off. easy to clean is also a prerequisite, being a country dweller and subject to copious mud. grippy soles are up there too.

    pre baby i loved heels because they made my legs look longer and i liked being tall, now i just need to be fast and safe!

  32. 26 October, 2012 / 9:27 am

    Ooooh first and foremost shoes for me have to feel like old friends when I try them on; comfort is paramount. Now as much as I like to think I’m a heels kinda girl they don’t like me so flats or small heels are what I look for. No slip soles are another thing ….. I don’t want to be skidding across the kitchen floor or twisting anything because of slippery shoes – no good to the family if I’m sat with a fat foot up on a stool all day.

  33. 26 October, 2012 / 9:28 am

    Following Cheeky Shoes on twitter as P_GoddessMommy

  34. 26 October, 2012 / 9:30 am

    And totally follow you on twits already as P_GoddessMommy

  35. 26 October, 2012 / 9:00 pm

    I used to be a shoe whore but now I only own two pairs! work shoes and boots… could really do with something comfortable and colourful to wear


  36. Cath
    28 October, 2012 / 5:07 pm

    I love shoes and always look for heels and try and buy leather shoes as I find them comfier and my feet don’t sweat as much in them! I have size 9 feet and find I am restricted in where I can buy shoes from, I would love to have a bigger choice of trendy shoes!

  37. 31 October, 2012 / 9:22 am

    I love these shoes. I want to buy them all. My feet suffer badly so I’ve been trying to find a pair of comfy shoes for years. I always look to see if the shoe moves well with the foot, that way you are guaranteed comfort to an extent. I love the fun colours but a nice black pair would be great to have unstated ones too, for work or even going out. So cute burnt orange colour with autumn leaves or red polka dot to match the rockabilly style that’s ever so popular atm.

    Goodluck everyone!

  38. 31 October, 2012 / 1:36 pm

    I have wide feet so finding the right shoes are very important. tend to be places like M and S (footgloves) or Hush Puppies but they don’t have to look boring! I love bright red shoes – my favourite being a pair of patent red mary janes.

  39. Sian Andrews
    31 October, 2012 / 4:58 pm

    I struggle with shoes, I always have to wear heels as I am small in height. I’d like to wear heels that don’t hurt for once! I don’t think they exist. Flat comfortable stylish shoes would be good but with a heel would be the icing on the cake!

  40. 31 October, 2012 / 10:01 pm

    I only ever wear heels for special occasions, then I usually end up carrying them ! For work I am usually found in hard hat, overalls & safety boots so am concious of wanting to look pretty and girlie in my choice of footwear….when I was younger my mum always said i wore ‘geezers shoes lol as my choices were always comfort first style 2nd ……. where were cheeky shoes when i needed them…..comfort style & opal fruit colours ….delicious !

  41. Samantha
    31 October, 2012 / 10:36 pm

    So my first thought about shoes is generally “do they come in size 9?!!!?!”

    Then I have a little sob because they don’t :/

  42. 4 November, 2012 / 11:36 am

    Hi all, thanks everyone for entering! I have picked three winners at random and they are Julie, Chris Hutson and honeybee.

    Well done!

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