The Panther of News has a seemingly endless stock of hilarious Imelda jokes about my collection of comfortable, yet stylish, footwear.
OK, I like a shoe… a comfortable one at that. With fewer and fewer heel wearing opportunities around at the moment (yup, poor Cinders), I take cheer from putting my feet into something comfy, yet cool (ish).
So when the people from Josef Seibel (The European Comfort Shoe) asked if I’d like to review a pair of boots from their current range, of course, I said yes please.
I chose this pair because I love the colour and I’m a sucker for unnecessary buckles on boots. (Style maven, me).
But what I really like about these boots is they manage to get exactly the right balance of heel with walkaboutability. Comfy and I like them. They are a lovely colour too, much tealier than in the picture.
In a review, I like, in the interests of balance, to think of something I don’t like. I’m trying, but there isn’t anything. Boy Two wasn’t keen – he said they were too clumpy, but then he’s a nine-year-old child so what would he know?