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The twelve pairs of shoes (and yes, OK, they were mainly boots!) have been worn, photographed and blogged. Now Christmas Day is here and it’s time to relax in my cosy slipper boots! I got these in a market in Vilnius and unfortunately they’ve seen better days – they seem to be moulting. Who knows what Santa might bring though?? HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ONE AND ALL! And thanks for reading.
Day 12 already! I can hardly believe it. And there are plenty of shoes – and boots! – that didn’t make the cut. So Christmas Eve is here, and it’s my sister’s birthday, so we’re going out for a family dinner this evening. I’ll be wearing this pair of cobalt blue and black shoes with ankle strap. Happy Christmas one and all: if you’re reading this, I hope you’ve enjoyed my shoe parade and watch out tomorrow for a bonus pair!!
A pair of dinky little Chelsea boots today. I got these from Poste Mistress, the same shop as the spotty pair from Day 6. My sister and I were shopping together; she found these and I copied her. She is a ruthless negotiator so we got a bit of a discount. As well as looking great, they’re comfortable, so a good buy methinks!
Today I am heading out to do some Christmas shopping, so comfort is key. And I’m feeling festive so have brought out the silver sequinned Converse!
Back to the boots! This time a rather nice pair of knee boots from Dune. I do feel a bit like Puss in Boots in them, but they are lovely.
I am on a leopard skin roll! After yesterday’s ankle boots, today I’m on to the leopard skin heels. I must add that I did not wear these to Borough Market earlier today (black Converse with a sheepskin lining). But I’m going out tonight for cocktails and dinner and will be hauling out a little black dress, which cries out for a glamorous shoe companion. These are the first non-boots to appear!