Despite the complaints made in my earlier post, I have long been on the lookout for some new shoes. Task easy enough when money is abundant, but mission impossible as soon as you filter out all the pairs above £50. What seems the matter with what you are left with is not as one may expect the quality or variety of choice but the design itself. The cheaper brands simply make uglier shoes. Or rather ones more ordinary. When was the last time you were really dazzled by how fine a shoe is in a high street store? Whenever I look through net-a-porter however, I drool, completely puppy eyed. As my friend has told me once though, money in fashion really need to be an obstacle. Especially not now, with the rise of thrift stores and the look of rugged grunge as the new cool. Those who can and want are really in a position to make something out of nothing, and be all the more impressive for it.
So with a quick spin over the net here’s what I’ve come up with…
Naturally, as per usual, my first glance landed on everything black. Is it just my opinion or the universal truth that all looks better in black? If not, then it’s really quite a find.
And red is always the next port of call.@1 year ago
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