There was a massive queue this morning outside one of the British Red Cross charity shops in Chelsea, London. Victoria Beckham donated hundreds of pair’s of her designer shoes to raise money and help  people from Philippines. The sale has started today but with a huge crowd over there, shoes were gone within ….1 hour! I wish I was there though, just to even have a look. I wouldn’t find a pair that fits me (all of them are size 4 or 5) but….whoever got any pair in the right size – lucky you then 😉


Burgundy colour has been on the top since last autumn and these season seems to be even more popular. Whether you call it maroon, oxblood, bordeaux or just plain burgundy, there is no doubt that this colour is an absolute essential addition to every woman wardrobe. The deep red tone is as versatile as it is flattering, pairing exceptionally well with many other colours like grey, camel, black, forest green and navy blue, which is my favorite combination.
There is lots of shoes to choose from including some gorgeous designers pairs (which may ruin your wallet 🙂 and some more ‘pocket friendly’ pairs from high street shops that are also very trendy. Here are my picks for this season….

From left (designer) :Jimmy Choo Drift Suede Lattice boots – £695; Belstaff Wembley Platform ankle boots – £625; Alexandre Birman booties – £510; Alexander McQueen  Button Velvet flats – £340; Tory Burch Carley bootie – £305; Tabitha Simmons Early buckle boots – £750; Burberry Prosum wedge boots -£695;  Saint Laurent pumps – £500; Michel Vivien wedges –  £450; Alexander Wang boots – £312.50; Derek Lam Donya snakeskin bootie – £395.

From top right (high street):Sam Edelman Mila Studded boots – £157.50; Office Boy Front Zip boots- £85; Kurt Geiger Lexie flats – £75; Kurt Geiger Serpent boots – £150;  Zara boots with buckles – £79; River Island Elastic trim boots – £65;  Dune pony skin boots – £195; Steve Madden Prizzze boots – £80; Zara patent courts – £60;  Schuh pumps – £60; Top shop Priceless premium boots -£110.