the life and thoughts of a shoe addict

Shoe Challenge No.13

Bally BootsShoes: Bally

Worn with: Cardigan by Chille AnaP, skirt by Zara, top by Laurèl, bag by Miu Miu.

This is what I wore to watch Black Swan with my mom on Saturday – such an amazing movie! I loved every second of it. If you haven’t seen it yet I recommend you watch it! So, these are another pair of black boots (I promise, I do have other kinds of shoes!) which I love nevertheless. I bought these after my Zara boots were lost after dropping them off for a heel change. They are by Bally, which I “rediscovered” after buying this pair of boots. I had always thought of the brand as rather boring BUT as I found out, that is absolutely not the case and they actually make lots of lovely shoes! Anyway, after losing my Zara boots right in the middle of winter I desperately needed a pair of black boots and so I searched in all the shoe shops I could think of, but the only pair I instantly liked were these. They are neither practical (super high heels/platform + snow/ice?!), nor were they cheap (but, at least they were on sale) but I bought them anyway and actually ended up wearing them a lot. As I found out, the platform and high heel also have some benefits: When the ground is really cold, my feet stay warm since they are separated from the ground by the thick platform – much better than lower shoes! And for such high heels, they are actually pretty comfy to walk in. If you’d like to see more from Bally, you can have a look at their online store.

Bally BootsI love the beautiful shape and the texture of the leather! Here’s a close-up of the buckles too:

Bally BootsOnly one more pair of boots to go! Is it obvious I’m desperate for winter to end?


Comments on: "Shoe Challenge No.13" (1)

  1. I just saw this image on shoeperwoman’s website and couldn’t go pass without commenting. I actually thought the boots were by YSL as they do resemble a pair from the previous season. The bag is amazing and you look great from head to toe.

    p.s Black Swan is definitely a “must see” movie.

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