Remember last month, when I left Shoewawa and promised to mark the occasion in the most appropriate way I could think of: by buying shoes? And then I didn’t mention that again, and you probably thought I’d forgotten all about it?



Yes, if there’s one thing you can depend on me to do, it’s to follow through on any promises to buy shoes.

And if there’s another thing you can depend on me to do, it’s to take pictures of said shoes, with my dog:


Yes, I know they’re possibly the most kitsch things in the whole world ever. But sometimes you just need a bit of that in your life, no?

  1. I love kitsch, and I love them! Wear 'em with pride (and with Rubin)! 🙂

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    1. They're from Office:

      And yes, they seem comfortable to me, but my feet are used to heels, and I have to admit, comfort doesn't really tend to be the thing I think about when I'm buying shoes!

  2. They may be the most beautiful shoes I've ever seen! That's some good "leaving" action!

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    1. I figured I had to do Shoewawa justice – I couldn't have paid proper tribute to it with a boring pair of shoes, it just wouldn't have been right!

  3. They're totally super cute! And I can totally relate to the weather issue – in Norway you'd get maybe 7 good, dry days to wear those shoes in one summer 🙂

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  4. Wow.

    I'm a little bit worried that my first thought was "those would look great on a cake." The women in my life really mess with my head. ;+)

  5. They are definitely kitschy, but you could play that up in a retro-chic outfit. I would love to have those shoes for the 4th of July. Red, white, and blue!

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