Moschino Cheap & Chic ‘Ibisco‘, £206.50
Lilac is a colour we don’t see nearly enough of, in my opinion, although last season’s passion for pastels made it a little more prevalent. These Moschino Cheap & Chic pumps are actually from that season, which explains why they’re now on sale at Sarenza (They WERE £295). Although pastels are always cited as a summer shade, however, I love the idea of wearing them all year round, and there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t do exactly that. Sure, pale colours (especially on suede) are harder to keep clean during autumn and winter, but as long as you save them for drier days, the should be safe enough, and I always think there’s something quite refreshing about paler colours in cold weather: if nothing else, it will at least set you apart from all of the people wearing darker colours.
As well as the great colour, these shoes also have a great little bow – with “little” being the operative word! It almost looks like a toy, sitting perched up there on the toe, and gives the shoe a very playful, whimsical kind of vibe, while adding to that ladylike feel.
As I said, these are sale shoes, which means there aren’t many pairs left, so if you like them, head over to Sarenza, to see if your size is available!
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My first instinct with these shoes was to pair them with a floral print – ideally one which picked up the lilac shade. Actually, though, I’m a little bit obsessed with pink right now (probably due to the prevalence of it in stores at the moment: it is, after all, one of the big trends of the season!), and I love wearing pastel shades with other pastel shades. This isn’t the kind of look that will work for everyone: it’s very sweet, very girlie and just a little bit “Elle Woods”, but it’s also kinda fun, and that’s what fashion is all about!
What to Wear With Moschino Cheap & Chic ‘Ibisco’ pumps