Are you ready boots..?
Obviously it's another shoe related post! Because you can never have too many as far as I'm concerned..
At the weekend I had to dig out a pair of shoes that, shock horror, covered my ankles! It was that wet and cold that I relented and donned socks and boots to walk our pup whilst silently (it wasn't really silent) cursing. And yes, I know we've had lovely weather and haven't we been lucky, and its lovely to have real seasons, and it's now nice again and blah blah blah..
However it meant I did go through my (extensive) ankle covering collection and got me thinking that perhaps I might need another pair of boots. Because you just never know when you'll need them.
So with that in mind and my credit card at the ready here are my favourite five high-street boots of the moment (and obviously I can't walk the dog in most of them, but quite frankly that's not the point of this post. I've forgotten now what it was - I'm just shopping for shoes!).
First up, head to River Island where their black embellished skinny heel boot, £150 are beyond gorgeous. Nope not dog walking material but who cares?!
Next up is a high top (I'm throwing this in the boot category because I live in high tops throughout Autumn and Winter, much more so than boots). My favourite ever trainer brand, Air & Grace, have now launched a range of high tops and they are everything I want in an ankle covering shoe!
Animal print, metallic, comfortable - all in one. I'm coveting their Pewter leopard high top, £189, and while it might be considered an investment shoe, you won't regret buying it - they are beyond comfortable (and no I'm not on commission!).
White ankle boots, £65 from Charles & Keith (again completely impractical but life is too short to be sensible with shoes).
It's now time travel time - these suede slouch boots from H&M, £79.99, are giving me 80's vibes (which as you know I'm all for!). Still not dog walking worthy, but I think we should abandon that idea now..
Finally, like a moth to a flame, I'm drawn to a pair of boots that are more than a statement - there is potential they are little 'lady of the night', but at this price they've got to be worth a look. Sadly sold out in my size. Asos Caiden pointed knee high boots in silver, £27.50 (were £50).
So, whilst I may not have solved my autumn cold ankle dog-walking dilemma, I have potentially found some new boots for work and going out (and possibly with the latter, fancy dress)..
As always do feel free to comment and share and let me know what you'd like to read next time! xx