Continuing my look back at 2015, here are some of the most viewed posts on the site this year…
I’m a big fan of Paypal’s Pay After Delivery option, which allows you to order goods online, with the money not being taken from your account until 14 days later. It allows you the time to try the item on at home, and if it doesn’t fit, or you just don’t like it, return it without being out of pocket. Not all stores all you to use Pay After Delivery, however, so this article lists some of the ones that do.
This is a question I’m asked fairly often, so I hope the tips and advice in this post will be of some help to anyone having issues with slippery shoes!
I’m just a little bit obsessed with capsule wardrobes, and although I’d never be able to live with one myself, I do enjoy putting them together. This one is in the style of Audrey Hepburn, so it’s a little bit retro, but still very classic.
Christian Louboutin’s Pigalle 120s are one of the most famous shoe styles in the world, but they’re almost as famous for their lack of comfort as for their style. I actually don’t find my Pigalles particularly difficult to walk in, but here are some tips for those who do!
One of the downsides of writing about shoes every day is that none of the shoes I feature can remain available forever, so I frequently get questions from people who’ve come across an older post, and want to know where they can find the shoes. Unfortunately I’m not able to help with tracking down individual pairs of shoes, but I DO have some experience in trying to find shoes that have long-since sold out, and in this post I explain exactly how I do it: good luck!