Sophia Webster ‘Person 10’ heart print peep toes

sophia webster heart print peep toes

Sophia Webster peep toes, £284

I would apologise for showing you another pair of heart-print shoes so soon after the last ones, but let’s face it: I’m just not that sorry. Can you blame me, though? I mean, these are possibly even cuter than the Alice + Olivia pair I showed you on Monday, and I really didn’t think that was going to be possible. I’m guessing we’re seeing all of these hearts because Valentine’s Day isn’t too far away, ( Or, actually, IT IS. It’s almost an entire month away, but you’ve never guess it from all of the press releases I’m currently receiving about it, or the excited tweets I keep reading!) but if it’s actually the start of a new trend for spring, then I couldn’t be happier. I’ve never been particularly interested in Valentine’s Day, but heart-print shoes, on the other hand? Now THOSE I can get excited about!

Amongst the things to love about these are the blue insole, which gives just a tiny bit of extra colour to the overall effect, and, of course, the sweetheart vamp, which is the perfect compliment to heart print. These also have a 110mm stiletto heel, and a canvas upper, which seems to be fairly typical with heart-print. I love them, and would have tons of fun styling them, so on that subject…

What to wear with heart-print shoes

I put the last pair of heart-print shoes with a red skirt, so I decided to go for something a little different this time, and a more casual look. With that said, I don’t think there’s any point in trying to pretend these shoes are anything other than super-girlie, and a little bit kitsch. They’re just never going to be “edgy” (which is just fine by me), so I’ve kept the overall look fairly soft:

what to wear with heart print shoes

What to wear with heart-print shoes



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