Tuesday, 1 October 2013

A mid-rise

Despite railing for years against the advice of my mother, imploring me to wear a less vertiginous high heel, I have been finding myself lately being drawn to a more sensible and practical mid-rise. And the joy is that the offerings out there are good. I hit up the Zara sale for two pairs of its printed mid rise heels which I have been wearing non-stop. Although, I must warn you, if you're heading out to pound the pavements, get the heels replaced first - the ones they are sold with aren't even up to a car-to-bar length amble.

And if the Saint Laurent SS14 show was anything to go by these shoes will be around for a while, and our poor ankles can breathe a sigh of relief.

{Saint Laurent SS14}

{Saint Laurent SS14}

{Saint Laurent SS14}

{Saint Laurent SS14}

Here are my Zara versions - still high-fiving myself about the £9.99 price-tag of the camouflage shoes.

{red leopard print mid-heels from Zara}

{bargain camouflage Zara heels}

And here's a round-up of what's out there at the moment - some of these are still in the sale, so don't dilly dally.



Top row, left to right
Farin grey court shoes, £59 Kurt Geiger (other colours available); Maple simple suede leopard court shoes, £35 TopshopKitten heel leather vamp shoes, £39.99 Zara.

Centre
Decanter two part ankle cuff court shoe, £75 Dune.

Bottom row, left to right
Mid height suede court shoe, £59.99 Zara; Maple simple suede orange court shoes, £35 Topshop (available in a good choice of colours); Papka leopard print kitten heels, £75 Aldo (with free delivery over £40).

1 comment:

  1. I'm going to make those blue Zara shoes mine all mine.

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