Slightly disappointed with these beautiful heels by ASOS. They are gorgeous to look at but don’t have the same impact when they’re on. Something doesn’t quite fit right and the heel is awkwardly high, which makes them fairly uncomfortable. Annoying, especially as they took about two weeks for me to locate them. I was going to keep them just because they’re pretty but that wouldn’t be very sensible of me would it?! Aah well, it’s back to you ASOS. However, if you’d like to try them on for yourself you can do so here…
It’s not often that I buy plain pumps. My favourites usually involve some kind of print or at least chain detail across the front. My friend actually bought these before me in a burgundy colour a few months ago but I recently decided to opt for the black pair in this years sales. A classic cut, and I really like the hard-meets-soft incorporation of both suede with a clean looking leather finish. New staple shoe? I think so. Well, perhaps when it gets a little warmer outside…!
Tally Ho Pumps – Office (the black ones have sold out but you can check out the other colours here)
Earlier I was looking at the Ugg website, hoping to order some new Ugg boots. Not exactly the prettiest of footwear but definitely the most comfortable; it’s starting to get really cold in London and I’m not a fan of frozen toes. On logging onto the website, I saw these cute shoes. I like the fact that Ugg are becoming more of a image conscious brand without compromising their appeal of comfort. These daywear pumps look really cute and extremely comfy. It’s a shame they aren’t available in the UK!
Ugg ‘Exotic’ Pumps – all available here
It seems as those everyone is going ‘lip’ crazy! Last week, we had the lip clutch bag by Diane von Furstenberg, but I’ve just seen the cutest lip ballerina pumps. How cute are these shoes? Made in this seasons must-have fabric,velvet, these midnight blue beauties are just divine! Perfect for a casual day.
Vain Velvet Lips Ballerinas- Topshop
Two new additions to my shoe collection-absolute must have pumps for this season. Leopard print with velvet toe, I can’t live without, from Oasis (£35) and a Dynamo slipper from Miss Selfridge (£30), all over studs and small black heat. These two are super versatile, whether its to complement a day outfit, or for an easy relaxed night time look. I am sure pay-per-wear will be totally justified with these pairs!
We often witness fashion designers becoming prominently known for their best-selling item i.e. we associate Longchamp bags with just the Le Pliage range however we know there’s a lot more to the brand that just the one range. This situation has also become evident with Charlotte Olympia shoes. Due to the international and phenomenal love that has been given to her ‘Kitty Flats’, people often forget that there is more to this beauty than just the one range. So, while I do love the kittens (and I mean really, really love them), I want to pay homage to her other creations, for they too are also beautiful. Here are a few that may tickle your fancy!
- Bisoux– £465
- Charlotte’s Web – £485
- Marina – £148
- Bisoux – £485
- Coralia – £298
With Autumn approaching fast, I have started a search for that perfect ballet pump. Having been wearing sandals and strappy wedges all summer long, now its the time to cover up those toes and brace them for slightly colder days to come. I have spotted these ‘Safire’ plumps at a Ted Baker store and recon they will be the perfect candidates! PVC ballerina pumps will see me through the rainy season. Glitter bows and branded metallic plaque on the heel add a smart touch to this every day staple, making them oh so irresistible.
SAFIRE – Ballerina pump – £55
Top photo by The Coup