Boots, boots, boots, I Love boots, fave footwear by far.
Got to share my new purchases with ya'll... have picked up 2 pairs recently hope you like.
The first are an Amber Leather Ankle Boot from ASOS. They're an interesting design, a bit brogue-ish at the front and a little sporty along the side. I'm not usually pulled in by sport-styles however, these are so discreet and I wanted to move away from Chelsea Boots and normal Brogue Shoe as they have become nauseatingly popular. They make my feet look small (am a size 6) and they will go with everything....
Ahhhh Boot number 2: Whistles Aimee Ankle Boots. I have been looking at this gorge pair for what seems like FOREVER. Initially I came across them on Pinterest where I pinned them straight on my boots board. I thought they looked really pricey so just looked and left it at that. However, a while after I was looking at them again, did some research and found out they were high street boots from Whistles... They were sold out and too pricey anyway (£145) I looked on eBay and there was one pair in my size - fate.
I ended up winning them for £53. It was a risk as the seller had them down as worn but only provided the website picture, I asked her to send a picture but she never replied so I braved it and they look great.
Note: Another reason that these boots are so special is that they hold the same name and spelling as my niece.
(Wearing: Velvet Leggings • Topshop - Vintage Shirt • COW)
Hope you all had a lovely weekend! I took my boots down to my dad's allotment, in love with the gorgeous poppies... So tall. Check out this little artichoke growing nicely:
I wanted to draw your attention towards a button on my sidebar, the picture is of a brave little girl called Sophie - my friend's niece who is battling cancer. She has already beaten the illness once but it has returned, this time sadly she requires surgery that can only be performed in the US - it's expensive and needs to be done by the end of July. To read more about the story or to donate visit: Sophie Roberts Story if you could share the story too, it would be much appreciated, as any help could make a big difference.