PARENTS are going wild for a pair of back to school shoes covering in unicorns and rainbows – which cost just £13.
As the new term looms, mums and dads are frantically making sure their kids are kitted out for the new school year.
Along with a fresh uniform and pencil case, children always need a new pair of shoes.
With strict school rules usually stating black only, parents are going mad for a pair from Asda which has a subtle unicorn on it.
The black shimmering unicorn patent school shoes, from George at Asda, only cost £13 and has the shimmering mythical beast on the front.
And that’s not all, as there’s a rainbow, pink glittery cloud and another unicorn on the sole, with a black rainbow on the back of the shoe.
- Black Shimmering Unicorn Patent School Shoes, Asda, £13 – buy now
The website says: “Get them excited for school with these extra pretty patent shoes.
“With a shimmering unicorn embroidered at the toes and a single hook-and-loop tape fastening strap for easy dressing, they feature Micro-Fresh technology to reduce odours and are wipe clean for easy maintenance.”
The shoes are so popular they’re nearly sold out online as parent rush to snap them up – so you’d better be quick if you want a pair.
One mum shared a snap on Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, created by thrifty mum Holly Smith, after she managed to get hold of a pair.
She said “I thought these were a bargain… unicorn school shoes! £12 from Asda.
“My daughter loves unicorns and rainbows so these are perfect.”
Her post has racked up more than 700 comments, as fellow mums praised the trendy footwear.
One mum said: “I got these for my daughter too, they are beautiful.”
Another commented: “Seen these I love them.”
A third wrote: “My daughter chose these today, they’re beaut.”
While this parent added: “So cute I love them!”
If the supermarket has run out of your child’s size online, trying checking stock in-store.
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