These boots were made for walkin’

leopardprint1 leopardprint7These boots were made for walkin’ and thats just what they’ll do!

I got these little boots and this blouse as part of my Arcadia bundle of joy. I’m so happy with these boots, they were on my payday list to buy at the end of the month, it’s even better that I was able to get them without parting my cash! Means more money for Christmas presents for the family now. I’ve worn these boots every day since getting them, they are very comfy and easy to wear.

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I layered the blouse under this dip hem full circle dress from Mi-Mi clothing. It’s funny as Mi Mi is my family nickname 🙂 the dress is really good value at £15! I liked this outfit but felt quite strange when wearing it, like it wasn’t quite me? But yet I wear lots of colour, lots of dip hem dresses and lots of collar details so not sure how it felt unlike me?! Strange how clothing can make us feel..

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I also teamed up with Jermaine again to take my photographs on our lunch break. It’s very handy having his help and will make blogging over the winter months a lot easier! I’m trying to convince him into starting his own blog. Will keep you posted if I succeed in getting him to start one!

leopardprint6leopardprint5What I’m wearing –

Dress c/o Mi-Mi Clothing

Blouse c/o Dorothy Perkins

Coat – Topshop

Bag – Miu Miu

Boots c/o Wallis

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15 thoughts on “These boots were made for walkin’

  1. The palette of colors is marvelous! Really brings out your eyes. Love the shoes, look very comfortable indeed. I maybe, however, would wear them with another set of clothes. They look too heavy for this dress.

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  2. As usual, you look beautiful. The combination of that plummy dress and the leopard effect coat is just perfection. Have you seen the leopard type shoes in Gap. Not very vintage, I know, but I think you might like them…xxxx

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