Rambling on . . . Love at first sight . . .

Today.
I happened to go past the best shoe shop in town.

I happened to notice they had a SALE on.

I happened to spot a pair of suede fuschia-coloured 'flats'.

I happened to fall in love.

They happened to fit beautifully.

Cinderella - you shall go to the ball.

They are called LATOYA.

LATOYA and I are going to be very happy together.

Comments

  1. Isn't that a gorgeous color? I see the college girls with their beautiful
    Fuchsia colored hair and I would to like to dye my hair. Love the shoes. You will be surprised to see just how many different colors they will actually go with. Enjoy.

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  2. Oh wow....you go girrrrrrrrrrrl!xxxx

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  3. Mmm, Mmm, Mmm - right up my street. The shoes not the shop!
    Patricia x

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  4. You'll certainly be able to step out in style with those beauties. What a happy discovery, and I bet your face lights up each time you spy them waiting to be slipped into to take you out :)

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  5. These shoes look beautiful and I think they also will be pretty comfortable. The colour should be my choice too and also the soft suede.
    Wish you a lot of walking pleasure!

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  6. Far be it from me to comment on fuchsia pink shoes (a subject I know precious little about). It's just the name I dislike. Still, if YOU like the shoes, then they're good!

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    1. I agree Mark - I think it sounds like the name of a car - the Ford Latoya. Although Michael Jacksons' sister might not agree.

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  7. Somehow, I'm not surprised you'd fallen in love with these flats ;-)

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  8. I just bought a pair of leopard flats! WOuldnt we be something walking through town!

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  9. What a great fashion statement you will make with those shoes on! I love them Elaine.

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  10. Those are such a lovely colour and they look so comfortable too.
    sarah x

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  11. Wonderful! An excuse for more shopping for clothes to match, perhaps?

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  12. Brilliant. I understand the attraction.

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