Tag: retro pumps
These Vera ballerina flats by Rocket Dog are pretty perfect for the changing season. I love functional shoes that deliver a bit of style with the function and these do the trick nicely. The big bows make them slightly more interesting than your average flat […]
Well, the sale is definitely on at Office Shoes, so it’s time to check out the vegan offerings and grab a few bargains. These sweet and simple vegan slingbacks are only £15 right now and if the British summer is to continue as well as […]
Ooooh check these out! Yes, they are also in the sale, yes they are pretty damn cheap and… well, just look at them! They are by Miss L Fire, a company that makes really really beautiful shoes…usually made from leather. Bleah. These, however, are canvas. […]
Look what I found in the sale for only £10! I know it’s snowing (in some places) but these are the sort of thing that doesn’t go out of style. Classic raffia base, practically nautical stripes… you know the score! Simple, effective and incredibly useful. […]
OK, this little picture sucks. You’re going to have to click through to the actual page to see the good pictures and realise these shoes are actually rather nice. I don’t know why, but I’m kinda thinking “Bond girl”. Maybe it’s because it’s quite a […]
Take a good look at these insanely high, absolutely mouthwateringly delectable shoes from Pleaser’s Bordello range and remember the name, because I recently discovered the Bordello range and am going to be writing about lots and lots of their shoes. They are all gorgeous, some […]
Here are some cheap leopard print heels from Next. They’re pretty cute, surprisingly retro and, while not the world’s most amazing leopard pin up heels, they do the job nicely. You could wear them with jeans quite happily or with a cute 50s outfit and […]
I absolutely love these beautiful vintage-look heels by Timeless!
I discovered Timeless shoes a while back, in a little shoe shop next to where I live. I remember thinking “these shoes look far too nice, I bet they’re leather” and then being overjoyed when I realised they were 100% synthetic. A few random places in London carry their range, but because of their rather generic name, they can be difficult to find online.