Pablo shirt, Zara denim cutoffs, Charles & Keith bag, Mango shoes.
This post is for all the fashion victims out there, who are still unsure of – how to take the granny shoes trend.
After sitting in our grannys’ cosets for decades, these pumps are out there, taking the fashion streets by storm.
And wether you like it or not, they are here to stay! Never in a million years I’d imagine myself wearing
those kind of shoes. I’m not much of a heels gal, but when I do, it’s always the higher the better.
Now the crime scene happened one rainy afternoon, while popping into Mango’s 70% SALE – now isn’t that
where all the fashion crimes happen?! Going up to the shoe section, I spotted those granny pumps laying on
the shelves and wondered, will they still look ugly if I try them? As if I have some magical power to turn a fugly
shoe into a Cinderella slip, not sure of the outcome but my slightly elevated silhouette was dancing on it’s own to
the beats of COMFORT!! I was trying not to drink that day, and kind of convinced myself that a 12 £ bill for
shoes is much more important than a drink. And surprisingly it was! Not sure how my boyfriend will take my
latest granny shoes purchase, I tried to hide but failed. So i innocently slipped into them, and asked him if he liked
my new shoes? He nodded and said ” they’re cute, I like them! ” Hoorayyy!! Mission accomplished. If the boyfriend
approves, then I don’t care about the rest of the world! Now how are you taking this granny shoes trend?
Photos : Tiffany Homsi / editing me.