I’m not gonna lie, it feels completely weird not wearing my favourite winter boots now the weather is finally changing. I’m slowly but surely weaning myself back onto to non boot footwear, and digging through my collection I rediscovered these today. I really did forget I had them but as soon as I slipped them on again I felt like a slightly less glamorous Cinderella. I thought they’d be a nice change anyway and nipped to Asda in them. The other thing I wore today was this Orla Kiely x UNIQLO dress. I have 3 of these dresses in the different Orla Kiely designs and really love how easy they are to wear. And the price when they came out! (Coming in at just under £20 each if I remember correctly). One thing I didn’t love though, was that when I was half way around Asda I thought people were looking at my rockin’ Crocs… Turns out people were staring AT MY ASS ON FULL SHOW after the friction between the dress material and my tights made it ride up over my cheeks. NICE. Luckily I was wearing big pants and it was an Asda in Stoke, so all is not lost.
Oh yes, the CROCS are back. I bought this super cute (I don’t care what you say) pair of Crocs last summer from the Crocs Outlet at Cheshire Oaks. I hear ya, a multitude of scrunched up noses and ‘ewwww’ noises are coming at me through my wifi connection as I type…. But I tell you, your feet simply haven’t LIVED until you have tried on a pair of Crocs. They’re like a pillow for the FEET. They’re the epitome of comfort and I promise you, your entire opinion and life will change once your soles have come in to contact with such footastic luxuries. Or maybe I’m exaggerating, but still, next time you see some in a shop just try them on, you can pretend it’s for a laugh, but inside you will be sobbing when you can’t summon the guts to purchase them. I assure you.
I know this outfit post is demonstrating a heap load of fashion sins, I mean, I’m even wearing tights with my Crocs. But who cares right? As long as I’m comfortable and my ass isn’t on show…. Oh wait.