Thursday, 3 February 2011

Nice shoes!


I spotted these shoes in my local Hotter Comfort Concept the other day - aren't they cute? I'm seriously considering getting a pair in plain black for work, although I like the beige too and I have been thinking about getting more brown accessories. One thing I really like is the small heel; I have a pair of vintage-looking shoes from Office, but the heels are very high (allegedly a mid heel!) and some days I really can't face them and end up in my hiking boots. Not trés chic. A pair of these would get me out of the big beefy boots and help me with my resolution to be a bit less slobby in 2011. The 1920s are also one of my favourite eras (please let Boardwalk Empire have an influence on the high Street!) and it's really nice to be able to get some 1920s-style shoes easily.

8 comments :

  1. Oooooh! Good find! I too like a small, small, heel. I like something that looks smart but that I could walk in for ages. Hence I wear my brogues a lot :)

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  2. I vote for small small heels too, no sense of balance you see so heels and me don't go!

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  3. Good call! They are lovely - so pretty and elegant, but they look really comfortable too. Like you, I've high hopes for Broadwalk Empire.

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  4. Wow what fabby shoes! I know what you mean sometimes I just want to give my feet a break and can't face heels. I have never been in that store, clearly I need to be going in there!! xx

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  5. Andrea, are they nice and comfy? HCC have a reputation for doing comfy shoes.

    Oh, *please* let more 1920s styles come into the shops!

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  6. I have a pair of shoes like that from Clarks. I really don't like the style of most modern heels and am very much a boot girl, but I do love these vintage style shoes. I still turn my ankles in mine even though they are low though, I'm really not good with heels :(

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  7. They are pretty comfy yeah, though I have noticed with one of my pairs of Hotter shoes that they rubbed the back of my heels pretty badly, so I'd stick on some plasters just in case the first time you wear them!

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