New season = new shoes! And what better way to welcome spring than with a pair of super sexy, ultra-feminine, wrap-n-tie sandals than with these block heeled beauties from Windsor Smith. And because one colour just won’t do, I’ve opted for two. Notice the rhyming there…
I’m usually a no-fuss kinda gal when it comes to heels – I love the convenience of slip-ons and at most, single-buckle straps. Seldom do I tolerate the complexities of wrap arounds – but these are totally an exception. You only need to wrap a couple of times and you’re done! Wrap it high, wrap it low, tie a knot or do a bow (I’m like a wordy rapper), these ‘Ginny’ heels are ideal for the warmer weather and the leather covered block heel make them mega comfy and allow you to withstand longer hours on your feet – e.i., fashion week.
I wanted to show off the two colours they’re available in – black and sea shell, styled two different ways. But don’t limit yourself with these – the possibilities are endless and the timeless elegance of the style make them classic enough to transcend the seasons. I’m typically not a fan of doing the whole criss-cross all the way up the leg, I prefer the down low kinda tie style finished with a neat little bow. I’m one of those people who, no matter how hard I try, I just can’t bring myself to do a messy tie… Evey when I don’t try, it just never comes out right or effortlessly and carelessly tied. So, pretty little bow it is.
The first look is a bit sexier, youthful and fun – with a focus on the heels. The overall colour is divided with the light being on top and the dark being on the bottom, with the texture of the shoes subtly mimicking the that of the skirt. The second look is a bit more chic and grown up with a hint of sexy, doing my favourite thang of single-colour styling. It’s themed out, and again some clever mimicry with the crop top and the shoe ties. Carefully planned outfits or sheer coincidence? I’ll let you decide…
You can get yourself a pair (or two) of these hella sexy heels among tons of other new styles at windsorsmith.com.au
Photographer // Jesse Maricic @ ONPOINT.
Model // Micah Gianneli