Oooh. That reminds me. I knew there was something I’d meant to do…
Was it re-open the shoe project? Because I’ve accumulated an awful lot of undocumented footwear…
Yeah. Been meaning to do it for a while, but I think the time is right now.
I’m impressed with the way the nail polish matches the shoes. 🙂
Check your flickrmail, Pix, I think I sent you a whole bunch a few weeks back.
But it doesn’t match. The nail polish is blue; the shoes are green.
The straps and the polish look the sameish colour to me. But then again I’m a bloke.
* Blue is the new green *
If it ain’t white or stiletto I ain’t interested (exceptions made for red, black and any shoe if worn with stockings….)
I think the colour of the shoes and the colour of th enail polish have equal temperatures and lie at complimentary positions on the colour spectrum.
A colleague found some shoes at the weekend in Essex, but they didn’t have her size, so she arranged fo rthem to set aside a pair in Croydon, but her meeting in Croydon was cancelled, so she sent another colleague to get them after his meeting, and we all had to admire them, only I thought they were really awful.
What’s the correct etiquette in such situations?
BTW, that’s the great thing about my sort of job; I wanted a jacket but Streatham didn’t have my size, so they suggested Croydon, Wimbledon, Oxford Street. I suggested Basingstoke. Basingstoke had it.
The correct etiquette is to call the shoes unusual.
If my wife wore those shoes, she’d be about 6ft 6in high. That would never do.
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