Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Day Three Hundred & Fifty Six - Diamond, Ruby, Gem!

Shoes: Black suede Diamontina boot Irregular Choice

Sorry I didn't get the chance to post this yesterday. I was out of the house most of the day, so didn't have time. These gorgeous boots were from my Grandad for Christmas 2 years ago and I still absolutely love them. They are so comfortable and just look like ordinary enough boots until you notice the diamond shaped heel! I'm a little tired in the pic below if you hadn't guessed, probably should have taken it before I left the house!
Wearing: A new dress from Ruby Rocks, really cute although I wish it wasn't jersey as it has some lovely details on the shoulder that are lost with the fabric. Black leggings and black waterfall cardi, black coat, hat, fur bag and purple leather gloves. Horse cameo necklace, which I broke later in the day : ( is ASOS (I think). Oh and I took the tie belt off this dress and wore this Dorothy Perkins one, which is actually too big when I see it here (but it didn't go any tighter).
Fit: True to size, IC true to size? I know, what a shocker! Kinda difficult to measure this heel, but to the first point it's 5". You can adjust the top, I have it loose but the ties in a short bow so they don't drag along the ground.
Comfort: Really comfy and you definitely don't feel like this is a 5" heel, easy peasy to walk in too.


  1. i like the heel on these, i've not noticed tyhem on the website before!

  2. Yay, I've always liked these boots! I have read some "horror" story reviews about comfort though so I'm glad you have no trouble with them! But as you're a totally professional high-heel-walker that would be expected ;)

  3. Char, Branch309 have them a little cheaper currently.

    Ooh, totally never had any problems with these or the court shoe version either. I wore these boots to church in the snow on Christmas Eve as I feel quite 'safe' walking in them because they don't feel high.


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