Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Kate Kanzier


I see the new collection is up on Kate Kanzier's site. Loving these brogues in brown, but why oh why don't they have it in my size?

Lots of other lovelies too, but I have too little time!

6 comments:

  1. Ah, ladies' brogues. Am currently "researching" these too, with a view to buying. Read - drooling over ones out of my price range! I find a lot have soles that are too chunky though, and I prefer mine a little thinner...how about you? Love the first pair you've scouted out, especially the rich brown colour. 'Fraid I'm not sure about the boots though. :) x

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  2. :-) the boots are probably a bit chunky for you if you like the more delicate styles. I think I like a mix - for city wearing I like something a bit more feminine and thin-soled, but for country use I would probably go for something sturdier! I would wear through some of my more delicate shoes in an instant out here. The chunky ones can be a bit too blokey - especially with the way I dress sometimes I would fear that I might turn into a boy :-)
    x

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  3. I decided a few days ago that I wanted a pair of cloggy sandals - first Hasbeens, but then I discovered Softclox and thought I might like clogs that bend - but every single model I liked was sold out of my size. I wish I had bigger feet! :-(
    And I love both of these!

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  4. Yeah, I've been contemplating cloggy sandals too. I saw that these from Plumo are on sale at the moment: http://www.plumo.com/products/Britta-sandals.html# which are similar to some of the Hasbeens, and are close-toed. I still feel like I might just kill myself falling over in shoes like that, though!

    I am such a standard size - uk6/39 - that I never seem to be able to get shoes in sales and stuff. It's annoying!
    x

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  5. Heh. Mine are 39's too. And I'm used to flats and supple-but-sturdies, which is why the Softclox look good - they have a bit of rubber that "hinges" the wooden sole, and I presume that being able to bend one's foot would make one less clumpy? I don't like all their models though...fussy me.

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  6. That's the thing about clogs - the fear of sounding like a horse :-) The Softclox sound like a good alternative!

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