You know my mantra about having comfort without compromising on style right? And I’m sure while I might love the fact that I often find awesome bargains, I do bang on the fact that some items are worth splurging on. I’ve shared a few posts on items I do spend a lot of money one because of their classic design, the comfort and the quality. From skincare, to items for your wardrobe and now, it’s shoes. I love my shoes. I am a shoe addict, and not just Mr. C knows that, my whole family knows that. It’s a hereditary addiction because even my mum has that same “disease”.
Whenever Winter comes along I usually find some excuse to go in search of shoes that provide comfort, style and yes warmth (even if it doesn’t I still will use that excuse). I have made a recent discovery – even if I have yet to try their shoes on – I’m talking about Ziera Shoes. Being a family owned company for over 60 years, their mission is to design shoes that not only look stylish but using the right materials and intricate mechanics of the foot, create shoes that are made to maximise on comfort and durability.
My favourites from their range so far are:
The Tate comes in black, black and suede, silver and my favourite, the red. I love how simple the design is but the wedged heel gives you enough height and the shape is pretty sexy with the v-shape on the front, giving your feet that nice slim silhouette. The red caught my eye because it would certainly help brighten up a sombre Winter outfit.
Another pair that gives you enough height with comfort is the Tasha, a simple Mary Jane style. I can imagine wearing this with my dresses and some patterned stockings.
Joyce is a classic style with a twist. The block heels give you enough support and like the Tate, the v-shaped design gives your feet a gorgeous, sexy silhouette. While this style comes in black and red, the bronze has this uniqueness to it.
Finally, when it comes to boots, I have fallen in love with these two styles in particular. I think it’s the fact that they are lace ups. They just speak to me! I’m torn between the Rifle with a lower heel or the Zarla with the higher heel. The Rifle in slate has a nice grungy style, something that translates so well with my personal style. I can imagine wearing that with my skinny jeans, or dark denim skirts.
Check out their video for more information on Ziera Shoes.
Which style of shoes do you normally go for in Winter?