Monday, 30 September 2013
Along with updating my winter wardrobe, I'm also on the hunt for changing my shoe trend. I have Nike Blazers, Dunks, Air Max, Converse and Vans. To clarify - all I wear on my feet are trainers. Many different colours and heights to be fair, but nonetheless trainers. I need some new shoes to wear which will get me through winter. Last year I bought two pairs of Chelsea boots from Primark and they're great - they have no heel which is ideal for those of us who are taller, and they're really comfy. One pair are red/burgundy velvet and the other are leopard skin. This year I'm on the look out for some blander ones - hopefully plain black or grey toned.
I love the velvet ones but they're not that practical - along with only matching when I wear burgundy or grey tones they're pretty thin and I'm certain will wear out quickly. I have the same problem with the leopard print ones - they match with even less and are pretty thin on the toes. At £6 a go I can deal with that, but this winter I'm after some tougher, thicker ones which will last me a few months at least. I found these ones online and I think I'll try and find some not too expensive similar ones on my shopping trips!