Don’t you just love getting new shoes? I remember when I was little, going to get new shoes with my Mum and getting my feet measured. Ever since then I have loved shoe shopping. As I’ve gotten older the shoes have been more and more expensive, or maybe my taste has gotten better? (Joke)
I always have a pair of favourite shoes that I wear so much that they get worn out and I have to buy more. My current pair of “favourite shoes” from Dune, they are high heeled, and black so they go with anything. They have suede straps at the front and patent straps around the toe. I’ve worn them so many times now that I am just starting to get a little bit bored.
So I’ve started hunting for a new pair of shoes that I’m planning on adding to my never ending Christmas list! I discovered a few weeks ago that Dune, UGG Australia and Kurt Geiger (my three favourite stores to buy shoes at) have joined Give as you Live, amazing. So I have whittled down my many choices to a list of my top 3, comment below to let me know which ones you think I should add to my letter to Santa.
Slouched Calf Boot
These Slouched Calf Boot’s are £129 from Dune. I like these because they have a heel, but it’s not too high so they could still be fairly comfortable and be worn in the day or the evening.
2.5% will be donated to charity through Give as you Live
Black Echinacea Shoes
Now for these slightly impractical Black Echinacea shoes. Priced at £98 they would be a small investment, but being black they would go with anything and Kurt Geiger will donate up to 2.5% to charity.
Bailey Button Boots
Lastly these Bailey Button Boots are £195 from UGG Australia. I had my first pair of UGG’s for Christmas last year and I loved them, they are the most comfortable boots EVER. My feet were truly happy every time I wore them. They were tan, so these grey ones would be a nice variation.
Which to choose, I can’t have them all surely?! When you need your next pair of favourite shoes buy them through Give as you Live and raise extra funds for the charity you care about.
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