I think it's fair to say that you'll never see me in a pair of nude patent LK Bennett mid-height heels (a la Kate Middleton).
To me, shoes should be worn to be seen and not to blend in with your feet.
My first pair of slightly kooky and quirky heels were from Topshop.
I was travelling around Australia in 2008 for the summer but that didn't mean that I couldn't check the 'New In' section of the Topshop website every Thursday.
I came across this pair of pink pom pom heels and ordered them straight away so that I'd have something to cheer me up when I arrived home.
Monsieur Louboutin debuted his fluffy pom pom creations during Fall '15 Fashion Week; simple, elegant with more than hint of cheeky playfulness.
Now, I'm certainly no shoe designer but just how difficult can it be to attach some pom poms to a pair of heels I already own? After all, I am know to be rather crafty when I put my mind to it.
So, off I popped to haberdashery heaven, otherwise known as Hobby Craft to pick up some bits 'n' pieces to have a go at customising a pair of old River Island sandals.
It really can't be as easy as glue and stick is it? Well, actually, it is.
It took me between 30 and 40 minutes. So quick and so easy.
Of course, if these ones are a little too brightly coloured for your taste, they would work just as well with black and white pom poms or just a single colour if you want them to go with a particular outfit. I'm pretty sure you can pick up a pair of heeled sandals from Primark for £15/£20 if you don't have any old sandals lying around.
Hobbycraft also had a great selection of fluffy trim too. My next project will be to try and re-create these Topshop heels that I borrowed from my sister. (Thanks Toots)