Marks & Spencer has finally restocked its sellout £55 boots

A staple black ankle boot is all well and good, but sometimes you want to make more of a statement. Enter Marks & Spencer’s sellout ankle boots, the perfect purchase to see you through December in style.

Not only does the fancy footwear tap into the ongoing Western trend, it makes even the rainiest of days that little bit brighter with a shimmering metallic finish. Add that to the fact each pair is priced at just £55, and you’ve got a recipe for purse-friendly fashion success.

After landing on the website earlier this season, the leather boots proved incredibly popular, and ended up selling out in every size. But if you missed out the first time around, don’t despair, because thanks to the Marks & Spencer Instagram account, we know that a restock has just dropped and they’re ready to shop once again.

Customers were understandably thrilled to see the return of the shoes, which were modelled by M&S insider @marksandspencer_rachel, teamed with a camel rollneck, high-waisted denim and the store’s chic herringbone winter overcoat.

‘They are beautiful 😍,’ wrote one fan, while a second agreed: ‘They are amazing!! ✨’

‘Been looking for these boots for ages. 😫 Need them,’ exclaimed a third.

As you can see, demand is still high, so we’d highly recommend placing your order before they disappear once again.

M&S metallic western boots
M&S

Leather Western Boots, £55, Marks & Spencer

Customers on the M&S website who’ve already made their purchase say that the boots are well worth the investment, and even that they rival the quality of much more expensive buys.

‘The leather is lovely and soft on the ankles and they are very well made- excellent value for money,’ said one happy shopper, while a second dedicated commenter wrote: ‘I have been trying to get these boots for over a month and religiously checked the site every day as they were constantly out of stock.’

‘I picked them up today and am not disappointed. Soft supple leather, comfortable, good heel height and the loveliest soft gold. Pretty much perfect.’