Monday, 6 July 2015
The Shoe Girl Styles It: Markus Lupfer Crystal Jellies
Wow, it's so long since I've done this, I've almost forgotten what to do! I'm hoping to be back to blogging full-time this week, but I shan't promise anything before I know it's sustainable! You may be wondering why I'm styling 'designer' shoes during the week (usually reserved for the weekend TSGSI), but even at full-price these sandals were cheaper than some high-street shoes and now that they're in the sale, they are too bargainious (totally a word) to keep until the weekend.
They are Markus Lupfer crystal stud jelly flats, reduced to £24 from £60. With iridescent crystals all over the shoe, they will sparkle and twinkle when they catch the light. There's an adjustable buckle on the strap and a very slight heel. So I definitely envisioned a laidback, summery vibe for these, teaming them with this peachy floral dress by Evans. I added a big straw bag, Topshop sunnies and of course some SPF30 to protect against the sun. I think this dress would look delightful with a long pendant, but I'd probably not bother if it was too hot, as I find jewellery really irritating in the heat. I couldn't resist adding this dinky Bourjois nail polish, which "hold onto your hats", is a remarkable 45p (available in several colours). Seriously, what can you buy for 45p these days? You could get all 12 shades and it would only cost £5.40! Designer shoes for £24 and makeup at 45p, am I treating you to the deals today or what? So, what do you think of this look? Good to be back folks : )
Evans floral dress £20 (sale), Tantra floral trim straw bag £23 (sale), Topshop 'Cherie' cateye sunglasses £18, Garnier Ambre Solaire Golden Protect Lotion SPF30 £3.99 and Bourjois mini nail enamel £0.45.