Yummy shoe cupcakes by Zara Cakes, and Sally with the Lego Louboutins she won for scoring highest in the shoe quiz.
The sales seem to start earlier and earlier each year, and now they have me spending my Christmas money before I’ve even got it! Here are some of my favourites from the sequins and shoes sections of this year’s Topshop sale:
Can you ever have too many sequins? Clearly not. I find Topshop’s sequinned and embellished pieces to be a little overpriced normally, so the sale is the perfect time to snap them up. I bagged myself the pink sequin crop tee!
Orange was one of the biggest colour trends on the SS13 catwalks, with designers like Helmut Lang, J Mendel and Carolina Herrera sending models out in head-to-toe tangerine, and it’s a colour I’m really loving at the moment! Although I’m not seeing many other signs of summer here in Manchester, the highstreet is full of summery shades, from burnt orange to carrot to apricot and everything in between Below are a few of my favourite picks from Topshop:
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The buzz of Boxing Day sales has now died down, but there are still some great bargains to be had in the high street sales, and (thankfully) fewer crazed shoppers! Below are some of my favourite sale picks which are still in stock, happy sale shopping!
The London LOVEDAY event will take place at 8-11 Royal Arcade, 28 Old Bond Street Camper Store and for more information view the Camper Blog here:http://blog.camper.com/en/come-to-our-camper-loveday/.
Recently I (my feet and legs at least!) modelled a selection of creepers and other shoes for UK store Foot Asylum. Thanks to (or no thanks to, depending on your opinion) the likes of Rihanna and Rita Ora, creepers have had a huge boost in popularity in recent months and so naturally brands which were already well established in more alternative scenes such as Underground and TUK have become more and more widely available. Foot Asylum is one of the latest stores to start stocking these brands; take a look at some of the images below – I think they turned out really well! I’m already a big fan of Underground shoes and own 3 of their Wulfrun Creepers, so the shoot was a great opportunity to properly check out alternative brands such as TUK. The TUK Creeper Sneaker was something I’d never seen before, and although in my opinion is a little strange looking it could be a great compromise between the traditional creeper and something less bold. Shop Underground, TUK and Dr Martens at Foot Asylum now, and follow Foot Asylum on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter.
Continuing with the theme of great shoe collaborations, allow me to present the new Lazy Oaf x Underground ‘Minnie’ Creeper! The single-sole creeper combines all the usual quality features of an Underground shoe with a cute and quirky Lazy Oaf-esque red and white polka dot print suede front panel and bright yellow laces. The collaboration was initially only available at the Underground x Candy Pop Up Shop at La Foret, Tokyo, but due to popular demand will be hitting the Lazy Oaf online store soon. Unfortunately for some, the collaboration is only available in UK sizes 4-7, but on the bright side will be no more expensive than other Underground creepers at £85. For your chance to own this super limited piece, keep your eye on the Lazy Oaf online store or email email@example.com to be notified when the Minnie Creeper is in stock.
Jeffrey Campbell is providing us with amazing collaboration after amazing collaboration at the moment. This time, JC has worked with online legends Black Milk to produce this mind blowing seven piece collection which is exclusive to Solestruck. Combining popular Black Milk prints such as ‘Bone Machine’, ‘Sick of Men’ and the iconic ‘Rainbow Galaxy’ with JC classics like the Lita, Night Lita, Back Off, Damsel and 99 Tie, the BM x JC collection is truly to die for. Solestruck have just put each model online for preorder, with the promise of each shoe eventually being available in all three prints. Check out images of each shoe below (via Solestruck).