My love of shoes and here is how they reflect my interior style.

I LOVE SHOES!

I'm certainly not the only one to make this statement and its not just woman that loves shoes either. Shoes in general are a massive fashion statement for all of,  us especially teens. With all the new trainers out there all the must haves but at ridiculous prices!!

I have to say I have never  spent over £100 on shoes. I have never found the need to. There is so much on offer in the high street. I would say I have two famous brands that I really go for and that is VANS and NIKE.

My choice in shoes has a connection with my choice of interiors, does anyone else do this ? so you love a particular colour? you then go shopping see some shoes that you love, decide to buy them only to take them home and they match with your rug or cushions?

Check out my latest finds that i love on the high street from New Look to Vans (my favourite) and Zara.......

  Courtesy of Zara acid Yellow

Courtesy of Zara acid Yellow

 My choice at present for my soft furnishings soon to be changed once we have moved. Acid Yelloow looks amazing with Dark or Light Greys? and more Natural colours

My choice at present for my soft furnishings soon to be changed once we have moved. Acid Yelloow looks amazing with Dark or Light Greys? and more Natural colours

 The choice of furniture in our lounge a little resemblance to my choice in shoes with the clean sharp lines.

The choice of furniture in our lounge a little resemblance to my choice in shoes with the clean sharp lines.

Again geometric patterns are a great love of mine, whether it is in bedding, rugs, cushions, or throws and shoes. Not to say i don't like other patterns like floral etc.

I have to say Vans really are at the top of my list. I you don't own a pair then you haven't discovered real comfort. They are like slippers. The colours are endless especially in the check a board.

So are there any of you out there that are the same as me and wear on your feet something that resembles your home ? if so what is the type of shoe you go for and does it represent your style in your home?