These shoes changed my life.
Like most women over 20 I started realising that there must be reason people are willing to spend $1,000 on a pair of shoes beyond the bragging rights of owning a pair of Louboutins. While Kurt Geiger isn't quite that expensive, it's still no mean feat spending $300-400 on a single pair.
Which is one reason I'm glad I WON these shoes! Yes, that's right! I went to a fashion event, entered the instagram competition, forgot about it and the next thing I knew Kurt Geiger was messaging my on instagram (much nicer than the usual creeps who want to see your legs)!
Going to the Kurt Geiger boutique in Myer to choose my pair was like a dream. At first I wanted something crazy and unique but I kept coming back to the nude pairs knowing they would be perfect as a wardrobe staple (and the guilt of going outside the 5 Piece French Wardrobe was haunting me). Once I slipped these babies on, I knew they were the one.
They may be stilettos but they are so comfortable! And just beautifully made! It really makes you appreciate that shoe making is an art. And the sole is non-slip which is a pre-requisite for me now (but like I'll be letting them touch the wet ground!).
I honestly think these are a worthy investment. The salesman was so helpful and recommended buying a size 38 (7) instead of a 39 (8) like I normally did. I feel like I have a whole new perspective on heels. My feet actually enjoy being attached to them!
One of my main concerns with nude shoes has been the fact I'm so pale. I thought they'd always look wrong on my legs, and quite frankly they often did. But not this pair! I think it's worth shopping around and trying on a few different shades.
So without further ado, here is the link to the Kurt Geiger Ellen Heels. Start saving, and don't look back!