My little sister and I were in town today and I wasn't looking for shoes but the '50% off' banners persuaded us to enter a store which usually isn't very expensive in the first place.
I saw these little ankle boots and my sister said, 'those shoes are very Sjoukje', and I loved them, so I decided to buy them. Which is a big step for me, as the last 5 pairs of shoes I bought were Dr Martens. Woah! The best thing is: they were not even 20 euros. Crazy, right?!
Even though I usually don't take photographs of new things (I don't buy clothes and shoes that often by the way) I really wanted to capture this rare occasion of me buying something else than Dr Martens!
They are really comfortable as well which is a huge plus for me as I barely ever wear heels and other shoes I consider to be 'uncomfortable' as I think feet which hurt are the worst!
Whilst shopping I also realized that I don't actually have jeans and pants which actually really fit, I never know where to go shopping for jeans and pants! Every pair with the right length is too small on my hips and every pair which I manage to squeeze my butt into happens to be too short. Does anyone have tips for me?
I'm trying to sell my hot pink Dr Martens, 6.5 US 40 EU size, by the way. I never actually wear them and I hate having expensive things without using them. They're as good as new (I wore them 5 times or so) and I'm asking €50 euros for them. I ship internationally and payments would go via PayPal. National shipping costs (so shipping if you live in the Netherlands): €6,95 - international shipping (anywhere on the world): €13. So if you live in the UK for example, you'd be able to buy Dr Martens for €63, which is a bargain! If you'd like to talk about the price or if you'd like to have more info, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org - I'll send you photographs of the soles and leather et cetera but I didn't want to bother readers who aren't interested in them with it.
This was quite a diverse post - I still hope you liked my new shoes. Oh, and....
I hope you'll have a wonderful 2015!