SHOESday: it’s all in the details

Continuing on with the brown theme (I can do a month of brown, which kind of surprises me really, given that up until a year or so ago, I never wore brown, I was always a black based dresser), these are the last of the shoes bought in the great Singapore Shopping Spree of 2005.Love that these sandals have a closed in toe cap and heel. It somehow makes me feel better about wearing them at work – I have this “rule” about sandals at work – either the heel or toe should be enclosed – at least – to make them acceptable. Of course, I do sometimes break my rule (like, with these) but that’s pretty much what I stick to.

The details I love about these shoes are the straps and the t-bar strap which pulls down into a “v” shape which is echoed at the top of the strap as well (which, lets face, is more flattering for the leg as well), and that the buckle is in the shape of a bow. Now I’m not really a bows kind of person (mostly…) but the little bow is an unexpected detail, as well as being the designer’s logo, which in my view makes it a nice touch.Not a great picture to get the bow detail, but you can (almost) see it there.

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14 responses to “SHOESday: it’s all in the details

  1. Well the great shoe shopping spree of 2005 was highly successful, by all your accounts. Wow. They’re unique aren’t they? Such a delightful point.I’m bearing both toe and heel today. Is that improper?

  2. kms

    nice shoes, tho how you walk in all your pointy heels i dont know. and what lovely feet you have ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I saw a woman wearing shoes like that the other day. Now,mind you, we are deep in winter up here. She had bare legs and I got cold just looking at her. I love these shoes but have given up pointy heels since I dislocated my ankle a few years back. I need more support than that. I do love them, though.

  4. Fab shoes, I am a shoe girl too but I can’t wear the T-bar (due to large ankles) nice blog ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I’m always in awe of women who can wear heels. I know I’d break an ankle or something, which is too bad because I’m really short and I’m thinking heels might help that.Yours are stylin’ though!

  6. Oh Nice! Love the t-batr and you have to love those gorgeous straps – mmmmmm!!!

  7. Liz

    They are SERIOUSLY gorgeous shoes. And I’m a serious connosieur!!I have added you as a link, hope it’s ok. I’m having a blogoversary competition, so come on over and visit!

  8. Man, that was some spree! These are stunning.

  9. del

    Since I’m on a chocolate brown kick, these shoes are especially gorgeous.

  10. Simply stunning shoes, did you leave any shoes in Singapore after that shopping expedition…

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