It's sad but true... makeup aside, I think shoes are probably my next weakness.
Though come to think of it, us females have quite a lot of weaknesses from bags to shoes to cosmetics... and the list just goes on.
Those who know me would know, I hardly wear heels out (except for occasions) and would reach for my flats or sneakers any day of the week. However, if one comes acoss gorgeous heels, it's almost a sin not to snatch it off the shelves.
And here's the sin I didn't want to commit:
These are from the brand Pazzion and each side comes individually 'packed' within a dust bag.
I was strolling along the basement of Wisma Atria and these pretties were sitting right smack in the centre of the display so you can't blame me for spying them. If anything, blame the store for their very strategic placement of the product.
These shoes are peep-toed pumps and have lace details covering the sides, along with sequins and studs littered through.
It's so girly and feminine, not what I always look for yet I don't quite have anything like this in my stash. Argueably, I don't even have a pair of white heels and owning a little variety is always good, yes?
They are also of a considerably decent walking height, as compared to my previous New Look acquisition. With these, I can actually do normal activities like shopping and strolling around without killing my feet.
But of course, the world is never a perfect place.
Cute heels, decent walking height... not exactly the right size.
Apparently I was between their size 35 and 36, with 36 being marginally loose (back slips off a bit when I take quick steps) and 35 being constrictingly tight.
Refusing to give up on this, the sales person suggested I pick up one of these gel-pads and what do you know, they actually do help!
So, yes... someone needs to stop me from hauling heels I would hardly wear.
Though speaking of footwear, I do need more ballet flats / pump flats, whichever you call them. I believe I have asked this once a long while back but incase the market has changed...
Any recommendations for sites or shops to check out pump-flats?
Aside from Rubi, which I frequented a fair bit but I find their pumps are good to 'tide me over' though they don't last a long time.
Thanks for reading!