Being a visual person, I like to keep my shoes out of their boxes and display them as wearable art. I store my footwear collection on white bookshelves for clarity reasons. But due to restricted space and a horrible hoarding habbit, some of my treasured footwear have had to reside in their original cartons, hence I have neglected many fine beauties as of late, like these Marc Jacobs butterfly laceups. I haven’t worn them for over a year! Feel like a bad mother… Actually I’ve never worn this vintage fringe dress or the tweed coat before either come to think of it…it’s simply not possible to dress up as a vet.
The purse was a gift from my grandma- it is so intricately made, like most vintage pieces from decades ago. There are multiple pockets inside including a mirror and a coin purse, all joined together! They don’t make things like they used to…My grandma is currently holidaying in Shanghai at the moment, wish I could join her :)
So how do you store your footwear?
Don’t you just love street art? The bold colours, lines and topography are both visually awakening and mentally stimulating. Why have coffee when you can just wake up to graffiti? Applauses to this street artist. All great art and design is proof of a greater designer. We are so blessed to live in this intricately created world. Happy Hump Day lovelies!
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Where: On my way to get milk