I have been coveting these shoes from Russell & Bromley since I first saw pictures of them a few months ago now. The trouble is that Russell & Bromely are having a new website built and it’s not ready yet – so the images aren’t that clear.
So, why do I like them? Because the heel on them is high, but not too high, and nor is it too thin. A heeled loafer is more versatile than a court when it comes to wearing them with trousers and skinnies – and you can’t go wrong with a bit of leopard print.
The only deal breaker for me is the price. At £295 they are too expensive – so they can be added to the list of items for which I need to find less expensive alternative. I love that bit – the challenge. It’s always so satisfying when you find them!
I was going to bring you a post today about my visit to the Boden pop up store in the Bullring. I don’t know about you, but for me a “pop up” store conjures up images of pop up Barbie tents. However I can assure you that it isn’t in the least bit pink and nor is constructed out of plastic rods and nylon. No, it looks very much like a “proper” shop to me.
So, the post would have been longer but for the fact that I have been so busy on amazingly exciting opportunities that have come my way, which have left me short of time.
Or would it be more accurate to say that I am short of time because I have spectacularly failed, even at this late hour, to label all of the children’s uniform, or fill in forms for various activities and school trips (even the forms that should have been completed before term ended.) But, I am proud of my pump cupboard. I reckon that we have a pair in every size from a small 8 to a large 4 – including half sizes. Now that’s a shoe collection of which to be proud!