Don’t new shoes just make your day? You don’t have to worry if you are having a “fat” day and just looking down at a pair of beautiful shoes can really raise your spirits and brighten your day. What better excuse than Christmas – even if you don’t have a party to go to you can get them out on Christmas day as your present to yourself – at least you know you will get one thing you want!
This week I have some new shoe brands to introduce you to, so save some of that Christmas money for you. I have no affiliation with any of these companies but I do like to support female business owners who I think are doing a fantastic job – and these are!
First of all one that I have mentioned before because Amy also makes gorgeous sandals. The La Paire range has now expanded to include a modern twist on the ballet flat in stunning Rose Gold, Royal Blue and Scarlet, and perfect for the festive period Stardust and Indigo covered in sparkle. As Amy says these are gifts so good you will want to keep them yourself.
Next is another range that you may have heard of before but in case you haven’t you really do need to know about this brand. Lucy Choi London aims to bring designer shoes for every occasion to the consumer at an affordable price point, without compromising on design, craftmanship and comfort. I challenge you not to fall in love with at least one pair. In fact it was hard just to pick a few to feature here so I’ve chosen a small selection of evening/party shoes in a variety of heel heights, but check them out because there are plenty of colours and styles to choose from.
Finally to a brand launched in 2013; The British Flat Shoe Company whose message says “We believe and care about British quality and British jobs whilst providing you with a simple, classic, exceptionally well made quality shoe you will be proud of and deserve to wear. “ They have created a ballet flat that is pretty but wearable with comfort being a must have. In a range of both classic colours and fun brights they are really well priced for the quality.
Now all you need to do is decide which pair you can’t live without – I think I’m going to struggle with that one!