Saint Laurent Pointed Flats

Saint Laurent Pointed Flats 1

If you look at my Pinterest board, it soon becomes pretty obvious I have something of a uniform. I’m pretty minimalist in what I go for, so I think great shoes make an impact. I couldn’t resist these Saint Laurent flats when I saw them in Harvey Nichols a few weeks ago.

Saint Laurent Pointed Flats

Despite having something of a shoe addiction, I realised I didn’t really have too many pairs of pointy flats. I have my Rockstuds, but they sometimes feel too dressy or try-hard. So, when I saw these Saint Laurent beauties glinting in the lights, I just had to have them. I love how gorgeously understated they are. Slipping them on with a pair of skinny black pants feels seriously chic, but they look just as good with jeans or leggings! The high gloss of the patent feels a little more dressy than my usual kid leather, and I’ve been wearing them constantly!

They’ve now sold out at Harvey Nichols, but you can find them here

Panda Moccis*


The temperature has dropped dramatically over the past week or so. I’ve tucked away my lighter clothes, and I’ve turned my allegiances squarely towards snuggly sweaters and fur-trimmed down jackets, but when I’m back at home, I want to stay toasty. Thankfully, these awesome Moccis popped through the door exactly at the right time!


Remember last year when I featured the children’s version as a Christmas gift idea (here)? Well, I thought it was about time I should get in on the act! I’ve not come across anything like Moccis – they’re hand sewn, Swedish moccasins which are the comfiest amalgamation of socks and slippers. The soles are leather, which means they are super hard wearing and they stop you slip-sliding around your house. The sock part is super soft and snuggly, and did I mention they come in a huge range of amazing designs?


I chose the Bam Boo style which are the most adorable panda bears. I’m obsessed with them – they make me smile every time I look at them! I mostly wear them when I’m working away at home, and they feel so toasty when I pop them on with a pair of leggings and oversize sweater.


The attention to detail on the slippers is great – as I mentioned, they are all hand sewn, and they have a little star on the back of the ankles. They are made for the whole family too – there are such adorable designs for children, as well as for the adults, so your whole family can stay toasty all winter!

Moccis cost £59.97 and are available here.

Christian Louboutin Balindono flats


Considering 99% of my wardrobe is pretty classic and plain, I’m always looking for fun new ways to add a pop of colour and interest, I also basically live in flats (despite a shoe wardrobe which would convince you otherwise) so when I saw these last year, I just had to have them!


The print is a kind of abstract leopard coloured an almost neon blue, tan and black, and since the shoes are kind of busy, they look great with the simple clothes I normally go for.


I’m also beyond obsessed with the grosgrain bow on the front – they just look so pretty and dainty!

I bought mine last year (at full price grrr…) but you can get them for £250.25 from Outnet

Christian Louboutin Geo Pumps


There are some purchases which just have to be made. These pumps were one of those times. View Post

Alexander McQueen Velvet Slippers*


I’ve really gotten into smoking slippers over the past year. They’re a little more formal than my beloved ballet flats, and I love the luxurious finishes they tend to come in. After starting 2013 with none, I’ve suddenly found myself the proud owners of three pairs now (click to see my Valentinos, and my other McQueens). I couldn’t resist when I saw these gorgeous ones on the Selfridges website. The navy velvet is absolutely to die for, and I am in love with the embroidered skulls. I’ll be wearing mine with skinny jeans the moment the weather clears up!

You can find them here

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