The news from the folks at Kurt Geiger that 11 new brands have been added to the site almost tipped me off my seat. My favourite online store to browse is kurtgeiger.com, and now it’s been made even better by these new designer brands. Who are they then?
Not normally a huge fan of hot pink, I’m having to say these cute wedges are seriously changing my mind about the bold colour. It’s HOT.
In-between all the florals and pastels coming up for S/S12, I’ve spotted a few art deco treats popping up in the ends of A/W11 here and there. It’s a tricky style to make look interesting, since it usually involves a lot of black, metallics or bottle greens, but I’ve managed to find three pairs with the same art deco look. Only the prices are different…
Remember when I entered the Sarenza Ambassador competition? Well I chose the Vivienne Westwood for Melissa ‘Lady Dragon’ heels as my favourites…and bought them.
Almost every shoe I own has its own little back story. It’s not always about picking the pretty ones from the shelf and charging them to a credit card. Some of them I bought on a great day out, some were a gift from someone special, and some marked specific moments in my life.
I want you to tell me your shoenique story – one pair of shoes that have a specific story behind them.
Charlotte Olympia is on my list of designers to own at least one pair of shoes from in my lifetime. She’s making it hard for me to resist that, and with my usual reasoning of ‘if it has my name I deserve to buy it’ then she’s pretty much on top of the pile. What with my name being Charlotte and all…