Saturday, 11 April 2015
The Shoe Girl Styles It: Miss L Fire Cherry Pop
I'm just having so much fun styling the new Miss L Fire shoes for you this week. I've felt very inspired and have managed to come up with three varying looks so far. I've decided to continue tomorrow, which is usually reserved for my 'luxe' edition of TSGSI, with another Miss L Fire style (it's a goodie). I thought it might be interesting to see how they mix them with a higher end look. You can click to see my previous posts; the pink Flamingo A Gogo and Bluebird and read on for details of the pair used today.
They are a similar style to the flamingo pair, the black Cherry Pop £65 (sizes 3-7) and this season they've been released in a whole heap of new, glittering colours. Seeing as I've picked shorts and a full skirted dress so far, I went for a pencil skirt this time and amped up the rockabilly vibe. It's a gingham one from Topshop, teamed with a Dorothy Perkins red cardi and ASOS sharp cateye sunglasses. I'd add a scarf in the hair, they have tonnes at Claire's, which I didn't add to the set (because it looked messy and I ran out of room), from traditional bandana style prints to floral, polka dots and lace. Initially I added some cherry earrings, then I saw this burger cuff and decided it was time to ditch the fruity theme and go with that! It was just too kitsch and too fabulous to leave out, plus it totally brings the whole look together. Then I realised it wasn't a cuff, it was a ring. Bummer! It's still cute, but would've been significantly cooler in bangle form! Someone needs to make that happen ; ) What do you think of this look?
Dorothy Perkins Petite red cotton cardigan £16, Topshop monochrome gingham tube skirt £24, ASOS flat top cat eye sunglasses £12 and Claire's Katy Perry stackable burger ring £7.