shoes

IS ANYONE ELSE FED UP OF BUYING SHOES?

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Today I bought ANOTHER pair of shoes, and I was totally NOT feeling very Blair Waldorf about it.

I always expect a bit of maintenance, heel and sole repairs, etc. but my beloved oxblood loafers just burst at the right toe, ugh. So I bought some more shoes today. But I feel like, as someone who walks a lot, I spend a lot of my time either going to the cobblers, or buying MORE shoes to replace broken ones. Even the expensive ones don’t last with my lifestyle.

What can a girl do? Where sells near-indestructible holy grail shoes which will be able to endure the my daily habits? What’s the point of shoes if they can’t survive being walked in? ARE FUNCTIONAL ITEMS THAT FULFILL THEIR PURPOSE SO MUCH TO ASK?

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DETAILS: pompon

pomponThat’s French for ‘pompom’.

You know when you keep seeing something everywhere, then you can’t stop thinking about it? That’s heppening for my with pompoms. A little bit theatrical, a little bit retro, and the perfect way to add a bit of fun to an outfit, they’re like polka dots that came to life. I’ve got pompoms on the brain! Here’s a mini edit if you’re looking to add something to your own collection – I’ve already bought the bag charms to satisfy my craving…

  1. Grey rabbit fur bag charm, £1 /// 2. Peach rabbit fur bag charm, £2 /// 3. Claire’s black plush pom pom ears headband, £5 /// 4. Next black pom pom point shoes, £28 /// 5. Boohoo glitter pom pom clutch bag, £14 /// 6. River Island black pom pom heeled sandals, £70.

– Niko