13 October 2011

just add socks

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Its that time of year again when my flip flops get shuved under the bed or some such dusty place and I start to wonder what on earth am I going to put on my feet for the next eight months.?
I like my feet to be free and in the air, so winter shoes to me are just to stop me looking stupid, otherwise I would wear flip flops all year round.

I decided to adapt my summer clothes by simply adding socks and boots to my attire. My boots {a pressie from Nao} are one of my very few allowances of leather as i generally don't like the idea of it {linked to me being veggie I suppose?} These desert boots are roomy enough for my chimp-like feet and nice and soft too.

'what d'ya think Plimsoll?'...

'No comment'.

anyways, not a very enthrawling subject, but now you know!

skirt & cardi - primark,
t-shirt - h&m, 
socks - peacocks,
boots - by Mott
rings - Rust

20 comments:

  1. I bought a pair of boots just like that the other day. Only difference being that mine are in chocolate brown not mouse.

    Great feet think alike!

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  2. I'm loving socks and boots - just am yet to go shopping to buy a pair! loving your autumnal outfit and I am totally off to primark to hunt for pretty prints - bootiful x

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  3. I love the boots. You have great style, very cute. :)

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  4. a very good alternative to your flip-flops i think!

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  5. I have those Mott boots too but in a minky colour - they're great, beautifully made and comfy. Love the idea of long socks with them too...

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  6. I bought the Mott boots too in the summer, although in a minky colour... beautifully made and so comfy. Love the idea of the long socks too...

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  7. I would wear my comfy Clarks sandals all year round if I could. Still searching for comfy shoes that would perhaps resist (or better repel) Scottish rain in the winter. no luck so far.
    (ps. I love you knee-height socks, they look very comfy and warm:) )

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  8. I am having the same problem! I usually wear my Birkenstocks as long as I can get away with it, but the rain is going to start soon. I'm on the lookout for vegan friendly boots that will fit my panda feet. It is super disappointing!

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  9. Love the shoes! :)

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  10. Great look. And big surprise: I have the same cardi ;) which looks so good on you that I makes me want to wear mine

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  11. I'm a flipfloppy kinda girl too! But I really like your Mott boots, I've been thinking about getting a pair myself... although it's still fairly warm over here so can get away with bearing my toes a little bit longer.

    An altogether lovely outfit! Nice post. :)

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  12. Anonymous14.10.11

    Lovely socks , you cannot beat a pair of knee highs, lovely and toasty warm.x From Jo M x

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  13. I would wear flipflops all year round too - unfortunately the Danish weather isn't very understanding - and I am already having to put-on something warmer - would be great though - flip flops 365 days a year - LOVE.
    Axx

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  14. My chubby cellulite ridden knees prevent me from indulging in such gorgeous outfits. You look lovely and I love the look but unfortunately not something a 46 year mum size 14 mum could pull off.

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  15. Oh I love these! I go from flip flops/toms in summer to ugg boots/wellies in winter, so I could do with something different! You're so cute too with your socks xxx

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  16. Love the whole outfit and see you got it from some of my favourite places ..... x

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  17. I love grey knee-high socks and boots - you have inspired me to wear them in combination. Looking lovely. Xx

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  18. Been reading your blog for a while, and just wanted to say that I love it! Also, I'm a fellow sandal-wearing sock-hater, so I love this post. :) Just got myself some new boots this weekend too, the rains have set in quite nicely here in Canada! :)

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  19. quelle belle histoire vous vivez, c'est bien d'en faire un blog, longue vie à vous deux, continuez à faire de beaux voyages

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