Some people notice eyes. Some people look at hair. I like to think I look for a vibe but in reality, when I meet someone for the first time my eye is drawn towards their feet. When I see a ‘school run mum’ teetering in high heels, firstly I look with admiration as I would look like a cross dresser most of the time if I wore such sky scrapers and then I wonder why would she do that to herself if she is turning straight back home to clean up breakfast. So, boots.
In recent years, I like to think I have found a happy medium between stylish (as stylish as high heels) and practical (as trainers). Here is a collection of the latest boots on the high street that you will be able to chase a scooter with and still rock a good look…
They are meant to look like they have been used. Saves scuffing them along the skirting boards when you get home before their first outing!
A friend at Diddi Dance was wearing a navy blue pair last week and they looked really good. Here is similar.
Not for taking the dog for a walk after you drop the kiddies but they will take you stylishly into a cafe without any tottering.
I’m into my 3rd year with these Nellie’s. I bought them in brown and black and they are still going strong!
Pretty standard but at the same time a classic. Only wear with very very tight jeans or you may look like Puss In Boots.
They speak for themselves. Love!
These are my new winter purchase and are slightly more acceptable than welly boots in London on a rainy day!
Love the block heel, the colour, the style…