I bought these:
They are so pretty and for £2 down from £8 a total bargain! I mean where the hell can you pick up shoes in perfect condition for TWO DOWLLA?! These shoes are perfect for giving your everyday work wear a bit of bling! The front portion of the shoe is laden with studs and the rest a soft black suede like material. The different sizes and colour of studs make the shoes twinkle differently in the light. I like that, I like that alot. My only concern was how rounded the toe was. I have researched into the alignment of my toes and have found out I have egyptian feet. Looky here at the pic..
*Blog question of the day: How are your toes aligned? Joke.My mums side of the family all have Greek feet. I always wondered whether that was a Filipino thing? Probably not as I have seen a lot of Greek feets around London Town. No I do not like feet, nor am I a feet stalker. But it's summer and there's a lot of feet out, gosh, chill. With my feet I always find shoes with a slightly enlongated point the most comfortable and flattering. However despite the roundness of these shoes they seem comfortable for the most part. And you know for £2 if they don't work out for me, I can always give them to someone else, after a good airing of course! We don't share the sweat here people.
I also picked up this face powder from Rimmel in Superdrug (thought I could just slide this in here). Yes it is light, however it is one of those transparent finishes. I really wanted the Soap & Glory 'One Heck of a Blot' but it was sold out and I feel that was because It was hyped up by everyone and their mother. But for £3.99 I think this is more suited to my budget anyway (ooo attidude).
I surprised myself at how much I could talk about a shoe. Was there need for this? Probably not. Did I enjoy it? Yes.