Valentino's highly coveted Rockstud Leather Court shoes are expensive. The nude ones in particular are to die for. I'm quite sure the majority of us are not in a position to invest around £700 on a pair of shoes no matter how beautiful they look and how well they are put together.

One evening late last week I had ants in my pants and couldn't seem to settle. To take my mind off the ants I decided to have a quick browse at my favourite stores online.  After heading to various sites filling my basket and leaving empty handed, I came across something rather special from Boden. 

Valentino Rock Stud Dupes.
Valentino Rock Stud Dupes.

I've only shopped with Boden once or twice before, however somewhere in that brain of mine I had made a mental note of how fabulous their shoe selection normally is.  

Boden's Bonnie Studded Flats quickly caught my eye! The Bonnie's have a certain Rockstud quality about them.  

Of course they are not the same, to start off with there's no 4 inch heel. They are completely flat. The pointed toe and tonal studded trim certainly gives the same stylish vibe as the Rockstuds.

Whether you are into your khaki, navy blue, dusky pink or monochrome stripes there is a shade/pattern to suit everyone.  

Valentino Rock Stud Dupes.

The upper suede is soft and almost has a stretchy quality, not so it stretches out of shape but so it moulds to the shape of your foot perfectly. There are two straps one for the middle of your foot and one ankle strap, both generous in length.

For a Rockstud vibe these shoes from Boden are a real steal.

Currently in the sale, reduced from £90 to around £55 (depending on colour) I can see myself stocking up on the navy blue pair also, providing the stock doesn't run out soon!

The Bonnie's are the most perfect versatile shoe for Spring and will look great with jeans or a girly dress. 

I have (almost) forgotten about Valentino's beautiful Rockstuds! For now anyway. 

Get yourself a pair of Bonnie's right here! A great pair of shoes, really great value for money!

Do you think you'll buy a pair? Or do you already own a pair of Valentino's Rockstuds; are they worth the splurge?