St. Nicholas

These have been the shoes I couldn't get of my mind...

I think lots of fashiongirls know what I'm saying. We pinterest shoes and forget about some, and some are just too good to forget.

I basically fell in love with the mix of convenience and quirkiness. As seen in my last post, there are a variety of pointed flats going on this fall. These had the mix of matte leather in white: so sumptious! I've been struck with the white-bug and matte seems like a more luxurious idea than a glossy white. Then that heel! I couldn't get over that heel. Also, the promise of subtle leather: How unpractical are flats in stiff leather? Enough to keep on searching.

Also, this spring I had a good use of some older, cream-coloured Topshop brogues: I figured these would be perfect for mid-summer & autumn. Perhaps even winter, if I keep them crispy white enough.


Pointed for Fall

I'm quite happy about the 'return to flats' feeling of the upcoming season. I'm not feeling the trainers besides the gym or the running field. I'm more inspired by wearing my flats pointed, either in brogue-ish masculinity or a dainty ballet version a la Valentino. Beauty & elegance can be comfortable as well: Point made!



Croptop: H&M | Midiskirt: H&M | Heels: Topshop (old, these Dries van Noten's are on sale) | Necklace:V&D (Chloe has one I covet) | Cuff: Unearthed | Bracelet: Monica Vinader

I have been looking for a good croptop set for ages, and now I found a sophisticated one. The creamy set had a ghostlike effect on both my DSLR as my compact, so that explains the eerie effect...Though I'm a bit spooky too, sometimes.