I go to a lot of events, but normally I go in the name of my day job, well I have finally attended my first-ever blogger event. I know crazy right. But last night the lovely guys over at Bertie shoes invited me to a soiree in their Covent Garden, London store. I love shoes, so this was an event I was excited about, super nervous as well, but those nerves soon went when the lovely Joanna at Bertie made me feel so welcome, and said I could pick any shoe I wanted!!!
Yes, any style, it was heaven!
Well Bertie really has loads to offer this spring, and if like me you love wedges then you have to get down there, they have loads on offer.
My favourite, and the pair that came home with me, had to be the Sandia *top piccie* – black peep-toe laced wedges, with cut-out detailing to the heel – gorgeous. Not too high, got sex appeal, sporty, and they are in the softest leather, seriously I am in LOVE.
More than just the shoes, this was a great evening where I met some amazing bloggers. From the amazing Abi Marvel who always makes me smile, to finally meeting Bunni Punch and Spark Up The Fire who I kept seeing everywhere during Paris Fashion Week, to the adorable Jazzabelle, and the super friendly Bumpkin Betty and Danielle better known as Poppy Cleopatra, and I even ran into the lovely Sarah aka S.B.V on the tube home.
Lots of of my fellow bloggers went for the stunning Prespa wedge, with the burgundy shade been whipped off the shelf before I could snap its picture *squint and pretend the brown is red*. I love these, the large metallic buckles are divine, but I just know that at 11cm high, that is just too high for me.
Fellow Blogger’s Posts:
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Bertie: Spring Summer 2011 – Beauty Wowza
Bertie Shoes S/S 2011 Bloggers event – Bunni Punch
Shoe Heaven – Running in Platforms
31. Bertie Shoes – Laura Laments
Bertie Bloggers Event – Alex Loves
old fashioned knees up – Jazzabelle’s Diary
Bertie’s Spring Summer Preview Evening – Fashion Foie Gras
B For Bertie – Adorngirl
BERTIE BLOGGER EVENT – Spark Up The Fire