These shoes are insane, as anyone can see! Size-wise they’re quite small-fitting, I would recommend going half a size down if possible. They aren’t too difficult to walk in if you’re used to heels, but the sole is very narrow so I personally am probably going to save these for evenings out which involve more sitting down, meals and parties for example, rather than nights out in clubs as I wouldn’t want to go over on my ankle!
T-Shirt – Naked Bones* | Skirt – Primark | Shoes – Tribeca* | Head Chain – Oasap* | Bracelets & Ring – The Prettiest Things* | Belt – ASOS
London based boutique Naked Bones recently launched their Monochrome Collection which includes this awesome ‘Double Cross‘ design. The ‘Double Cross’ is available in two colourways – white on black or black on white – and there are two fabric choices for the crosses – glitter or faux leather, and at £14.99 (or if you’d like a vest it’s £12.99, or £16.99 for a sweatshirt) it’s a real bargain! Here I’ve paired it with a black and silver glittery midi skirt from Primark last year, and my amazing new JC Vicious style ‘Sasha Sculpted Wedge Spike Sandals‘ from Tribeca Shoes. I accessorised with a spiked head chain from Oasap and some awesome spiked bracelets and a fang double finger ring from The Prettiest Things.
I absolutely love the look of my Oasap spiked head chain, however the elastic broke when I took it off my head, so I wouldn’t recommend buying it! It is repairable, but not ideal. (PS: please excuse my awful roots).
There are links to both bracelets and my new ring from The Prettiest Things at the top of this post, I can’t fault them and they’re so reasonably priced at £3-£4 each.