Remember the blister inducing boots? Well let me introduce you to them. Black, shiny and with a block heel, I was seduced by them the minute that I saw them in Zara. I just felt (wait for the justification) that a smart shiny pair of boots were in order this winter, particularly when working. They will do a great job of making my trousers look smarter and with a block heel, will be comfortable enough (eventually) to wear for hours.
I think that the problems with the new boots/no socks/blisters (now there’s a surprise) debacle started because I wanted to wear my sleeveless coat and being dark, it looked a bit odd with lighter coloured (comfortable) boots. Although the reality was such that it was so warm in London that I didn’t need the sleeveless coat, so I could have got away with the lighter boots after all (and no blisters too).
I thought that it would be nice to give the pink Mulberry an outing and also due to its design I feel that its contents are pretty safe, so I like using when I’m in really busy places. Also the pink of the bag picked up the pink in the Boden jumper which, as you have probably noticed, I haven’t taken off since I bought it. It was the same with a navy roll neck from Cos which I bought this time last year. It’s so soft and warm though. Predictably I’m in Liberty here, my favourite shop in London.
Here’s another pic of the boots, taken whilst waiting for the train.
And the “official” picture of the Zara fur long waistcoat, which I am hoping to get a lot of wear out of over the next few weeks and months.
On another note, has anyone else managed to run the colours on a brand new rugby shirt so that the red from the badge has coloured the white stripes, on the black and white rugby shirt, pink? And as for those iron on labels. They’re rubbish.