wild pair haul heels shoes sandals flats

Wild Pair Haul

Last weekend, I checked out the Wild Pair Receivership Warehouse Sale and I brought home two new pairs of shoes. The reason I’m posting this here is in case you live in Auckland and haven’t heard about the sale that’s currently happening right now.

I’ll show you what I got from the sale and I also sneakily took a few photos inside so you can see what it’s like.

The first pair is this black pointed sandals/flats.

wild pair haul black sandals shoes

The style is called the OKEAN-S in lizard black. I don’t have many pointed shoes as most I’ve tried are painful but this looked really nice and will look great for work.

wild pair black pointed sandals shoes footwear

I’ve seen this style of shoes become popular a year or so ago but I was never really interested until I saw this pair.

The tag says it was originally $59.99 and I got it for $29.99. It was half price so it was a pretty good deal.

The second one are these black heels. It’s just a simple pair with wide straps.

wild pair sale haul black heels shoes

The block heel isn’t too high so it’s still wearable to work. The style is called WAIT-H.

wild pair haul black heels shoes sandals

It has a velcro strap at the back which I find convenient so it’s easy to put on and take off. Especially after a long day at work or a night out, this would be great.

wild pair black heels haul footwear shoes

That’s what they look like on. They’re just really simple and would go well with so many outfits.

This was originally $59.90 but since this in the seconds table, it was priced at only $15! There’s a mark on the heel and a tiny one at the strap but they’re really not noticeable. This was such a score in the end.

The last thing I bought was not shoes but a cap:

wild pair sale haul white cap

I got this white mesh cap because it was only $4.99. I rarely wear caps but I wanted this for when we got out for walks. I had a white cap that I used to wear but it was a lacy fabric and it got so dirty with makeup by my hairline. This is a faux leather material so it’s easier to wipe off any stains/marks. The original price was $29.90.

I didn’t go too crazy in the sale but if they had more of my size, I could have. I wanted to find boots for the upcoming winter season but they had none in my size.

If you’re shoe collection is in dire need to updating, I suggest you check this sale out. When I went, they still had so much stock left and so many different styles.

Here are some photos I took from my phone:

wild pair receivership sale

As you can see, there are a lot of shoes left. The selection varies from heels, sandals, flats, boots to even Doc Martens.

There are a lot more heels than other types so if you’re a stiletto lover, there are plenty of options in the sale.

There’s also a tiny mens section for your partners and a bit of clothing at the front of the store. I didn’t bother looking at the clothes as I couldn’t be bothered trying them on so I just looked at the shoes.

I also Instagrammed my haul on the day:

I thought I’d let people know straight away and Melissa from Melissa Loses It saw it. She checked out the sale the day after I went and got these:

I think there’s something for everyone in the sale so you’re bound to find something. If you’re in Auckland, the sale is in the North Shore. I’m not really sure when it ends. I think they’re running it until all the stock goes and they’re open every day. Check out their info here.

I hope you liked today’s post. I had to share because I want you all to know if there’s a good sale happening. You know I love a good bargain and this one didn’t disappoint.

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13 thoughts on “Wild Pair Haul

  1. Maggie says:

    Ooooh that first pair looks super cute! I looked in at the wild pair at northwest a wee while back and wanted something but was a bit (read:lot) cash strapped. They had some really nice pastel coloured heels too – but I hardly wear heels anymore!

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