Friday, December 19, 2014

Shoe Shine #17

Shoe Shine is on!
Get your kicks by showing your kicks!
I'm featuring the most awesome boots in the world.
Told you.

These are the LA Malibu boots by John Fluevog. I've had them for a couple of years; they were a purchase from L on our annual anniversary Pilgrimage to Fluevog in Vancouver in 2013.
I'm 5'10" in these. That's a real 6" heel. But don't be fooled - these are actually walkable...for a party. And since we are in party season, and we have a party to go to this weekend, I'll be wearing these really soon. 

Will you be busting out the fancy stuff this season? Show us your party shoes!

Want to play? It's super-easy. Anyone can join.
  1. Link to a post featuring a fabulous pair of footwear!
  2. Include a link to Ephemera somewhere in your post (it's only polite). Leave a comment here if you like (note that comments continue to be moderated).
  3. Go to the bottom of this post and click on the InLinks "Add Your Link" button to open a new page.
  4. In the "Next Step," you crop the picture you want to display, and voila!
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6 comments:

  1. Wow! The boots are awesome, they deserved their own post! xo

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  2. How wonderfully wild, Sheila! I can't imagine walking in such shoes, but I guess it comes with practice. :) My kind of party is going to theater or concert - so here you go, my kind of party shoes (note that my Mom wears a pair just like mine :) - and they look great with both dresses and pants). Happy Holidays! xxx

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  3. Wow they are quite a statement shoe! Can't believe how much height they add.

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  4. OMG. Love those boots!!! I have never seen anything like them, but since I am basically a mainstream dork, I probably wouldn't see anything that cool where I shop. Have a happy holiday!!!

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  5. Holy Cow! Those are some stellar, sexy boots, even thought they are not made for Walkin'. I have no parties to attend over the holidays, so no fancy footwear for me (not that I have any that I can still wear without pain anyway).

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  6. I recently realised I don't have party shoes.
    I attender a wedding in shoes I wear to work !
    Luckily the gown was long…

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Sheila