- I love cream booties. No…, I adore cream booties and boots
- they have an elegant heel and some height but feel like flat shoes
- I can wear my support soles in them
- they are modern and look awesome with skinnies
- and most of all…. I can wear them with bare feet and from the moment I put them on, I could shop on them all day long
Now isn’t that fantastic? I love them to death. They are by a Duch brand called Eijk, based in Amsterdam, but are also sold in more places. And online. OK, they are not cheap. Stupid me, I forgot to check the price before trying them on and found out how much they were at the pay desk. But perhaps that was faith. Because I might not have tried them, had I known the price beforehand. And missing out on them would have been a shame as they are so worth the price. No, I do not get any money or gifts for this review. I bought them myself. Just being very enthusiastic. Every woman should have such shoes.
Anyhow, after the coffee I put the camera in her hands, told her what to do and we went ahead. Below: in front of the coffee shop (one that actually sells coffee…).Below: front shot of my skinny jeans (Denham), the cream boothies and my black sheer knitted top (seen before here).Below: after seeing this photo of the back I knew I had to put another type of top underneath it. As I really dislike this tanktop. In future I am wearing a black T-shirt with exactly the same neckline underneath it. But I had to show the photo because of the heels…Below: details of the necklace (handmade present from Daniela, The Pretty Cute). The sleeves of the knitted top have open-work. Below: close-up of the booties.
Below: I also tried these booties with my DvF dress. I don’t like this look. Apart from the fact my legs look ridiculously brown, I think I look like a nurse. In my opinion the dress looks far better with the pumps. Perhaps I should wear opaque tights and a pencil skirt with the booties? What do you think?
Linking up to Patti’s Visible Monday, where bloggers show their best outfits.
And linking up to Catherine’s quest against rules for women over 30 (!!!) in I wear what I like.