Sophie' and are from Topshop. I first saw, well actually my Mum saw and pointed them out to me in the Dundee store when we'd popped in at the beginning of December. There was one pair only; a size 5 (my size), fate you might think. Except these shoes are crazy vertical, so my regular size felt like hell to stand in, as my toes were curled under and there was no way to straighten them. They definitely didn't have any other sizes, so I said I'd look for them online and knew I'd have to order the size-up. I'd actually already seen them online before but for some reason they hadn't completely appealed to me-in the shop that day though, they just looked beautiful (I was wearing black tights at the time and they looked fantastic with them).
Lady Dragon slingbacks from Vivienne Westwood & Melissa £120 (£140 at Selfridges). The looped bow we last saw a few seasons ago, is back and the shoes are available in four new colours all with contrasting trim. I think the sheer nude are perhaps my favourites as I love the bright pink bow.
Nonnon, Toad Footwear and the VW shop.
Irregular Choice (no price or launch date yet). They feature this amazing bunny shaped heel and the rest of the shoe is pretty cute too. I'm blown away by their amazing-ness! I'm so, sooo excited about these!
Vivienne Westwood one Dita Von Teese wore a couple of years ago.
Office? They scream Charlotte Olympia and I could definitely see Office fan Paloma Faith wearing these; I love them!
Very. It's from the Holly Willoughby range and is out now at £59. I love the lace detail on the collar and cuffs but am not completely sold on the pleated skirt section. It looks fabulous on Holly on the site though (although I'm sure it's pinned at the back like crazy to give that defined waist), so it's still a possibility on my wishlist. It's got a touch of Pearl Lowe at Peacocks about it doesn't it?
Moschino Cheap & Chic teacup handbag. Isn't it just fabulous? ASOS got one in stock which sold out within a few days, but it's still available from Galante, Brugge through FarFetch. I think it's the right amount of quirky and absolutely glorious. Anything take your fancy here?
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