Terry de Haviland‘s shoes tend to have a very chunky, 1970s aesthetic to them, and as much as I enjoy looking at them, I’d never really seen a pair that made me want to actually own them.
Until now, that is.
These ‘Carina’ peep toes are just a little chunkier than I’d normally go for (although the fact that this kind of look has been in so many stores recently probably helps make them look a little less “retro” than might otherwise have been the case.) but the gorgeous green uppers have completely won me over. I love the mix of leather and suede, and of green and teal. Most of all, though, I love this:
The way the leather curves just above the side of the shoe. Such nice detailing, and such beautiful colours.