My obsession for Guidi boots is undeniable: With the beautiful craftsmanship, perfect fit and rough material choices, what’s not to love? In order to get some rest from the high heels of my previous pair, I just had to get my hands (or feet more like it) on these back zip reverse leather ones. I had actually been eyeing on the exact same pair here in Berlin, and was therefore pleasantly surprised when these popped up in my size on ebay with a much more agreeable price tag. Seems like fate to me!
Boots: Guidi 796 reverse leather with back zips
It was about time to dig these Rick Owens flap boots out of the archives of my closet. I have no idea why they have not got more wear, perhaps they are more suitable for the bizarre but laid-back clubs of Berlin than they ever were back home. Here no one looks at you like an alien, even though they could easily mistake me for one while wearing these bad boys.
Cape shirt: DRK SHDW
Skort: Rick Owens
Wedge pull-on flap boots: Rick Owens
Hey everyone, after numerous emails and requests, I decided to put up a sales blog called “Flux. sales” to make a little room in my wardrobe and for you to chance to browse items that I am willing to let go to a good new home for a fraction of the original price. The shop will include items that have mostly been seen here as part of my outfits and are ranging from my favorite high end avant-garde designers (Ann Demeulemeester, Rick Owens, Haider Ackermann etc.) to some smaller designers. All items for sale are second hand (worn by me) and handled with love and care.
I start the sale with a pair of beautiful Ann Demeulemeester wedges (featured here, here and here on my blog) with an architectural heel (note: price dropped!), so if you are interested, please ENTER THE SHOP HERE.
For questions and my shop policy, please enter the “About / shop policy” section of the sales blog.
Wedge boots: Ann Demeulemeester
second hand women’s Ann Demeulemeester wedge boots for sale for size 36.5 fits true to size 37
I hope everyone’s summer has been as good as mine and full of lazy days. Going back to the routines is always a tough cookie but luckily I have some exciting things planned for the fall time, which will be all revealed in due course. I also have a few Paris posts still coming up but before getting into those, I’m introducing one of my favorite summer purchases: these black suede SILENT by Damir Doma sandals that have been on my feet non-stop since the moment I got them, as I literally walked out of the Paris Damir Doma store in these. I got them on a good discount which made the boys make fun of me since now the most comfortable shoes I own, are also the cheapest pair in my closet. Life is funny like that but at least it’s better for my wallet, and for my dear feet of course.
Suede shoshone sandals: SILENT by Damir Doma