Today, I am very proud to educate you about a fashionable new shoe line!
Upper Street by Nicole Smallwood
Stylish and sexy, this line just launched at the beginning of October and was deigned by Nicole Smallwood for Upper Street London. Here are a few major highlights:
- They range from size 10 – 12.5, and you can also select the width.
- They are CUSTOMIZABLE (you heard me). You can chose from two heel heights, if the style permits – mid OR high!
- They are SUPER customizable (yeah, I know I just said that, but wait for it…) you can also customize other features, like colour and fabric. So cool!
- The fabric quality is very high and the shoes have extra cushioning for comfort.
- Nicole Smallwood is a celebrity stylist with over 12 years experience in the fashion industry, and co-founder of Upper Street, Katy Chandler, is no stranger to the struggles of looking for fashionable footwear, being a size 11.5. Sounds like a match made in heaven!
Yes, they are priced on the higher end, but how great would it feel to be the gal on the receiving end of this sentiment: “Oh my god, I LOVE your shoes… where did you get them?”
Time to Talk Shoes
You may have noticed that I have never broached the topic of footwear for tall ladies, who typically have larger feet. (Or it never occurred to you. Either or.)
Alas, I have been avoiding it. It’s because it’s a sensitive subject. I have worried that I might alienate my readers, but then I realized that of course I need to talk about shoes- it is in the interest of my readers! So, without further adieu, here it is:
I have abnormally small feet for someone who is my height. I’m an 8 – 8.5. I realize that other tall ladies consider me incredibly lucky. I’ve been called a freak and been on the receiving end of many a-hateful glares from fellow tall ladies. Rest assured, I am sure my balance suffers a significant amount because of this. My friend, Michelle, maintains that I am a marvel of physics because I should just tip over. (Sometimes, I do.)
I recently realized, though, that not looking into larger footwear options is not helpful to my community. I hope you like the first instalment!