Every Woman loves a new pair of shoes


A new pair of #shoes Boden T strap flats



Every woman loves a new pair of shoes.

There is nothing like a new pair of shoes to cheer us up. Towards the end of summer our wardrobes may be getting a little bit jaded. I know mine is.  Although I am all for forward planning I am not quite ready to buy a thick wooly jumper or a winter coat.

A new pair of shoes that can be worn now and also through into autumn, before it is time to get our boots out of storage, is the perfect solution.

T bars seem to be the most popular style at the moment. They are very versatile as they can be worn with trousers, skirts and dresses.

My only conundrum is which pair to choose. I think will opt for the Boden navy suedes.


Top image Boden strappy flats



New pair of shoes J Crew #T bar sling back

J Crew T strap flats


A new pair of #shoes Studded #T bar flat

Pointy Toe T strap flats





  1. Libby Wilkie
    18th August 2015 / 18:34

    Love those Boden shoes..but I am so hesitant to buy any “regular” shoes with my new foot problems! I will definitely need a “transitional” pair, but can’t think about that now!
    P.S. Did you see the reply from Emme about shipping to England? Check my blog post.

  2. Pam@over50feeling40
    18th August 2015 / 20:35

    All three are so cute!!

  3. M-T
    22nd August 2015 / 00:54

    The navy pair for me, absolutely!! They’re adorable. Of course, I’m not comfortable in a flat shoe. I need a bit of a heel, but if I were to wear a flat, this would be it. T-straps are always chic.

    Cheers, M-T

  4. Rita
    22nd August 2015 / 13:44

    Pretty shoes, but just looking at them I can feel my arches collapsing, and hanging over the sides! I must have support on the sides of a shoe.

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