Latest Purchase: Blues Myth

I’ve been overly busy the past few weeks so am only just getting round to writing some of these posts, so apologies.

A few weeks ago I received some points through work for helping out colleagues. These oboists can be swapped for vouchers and used as a further discount to something on the Very.co.uk site.

I used mine for a Clarks purchase (obviously) and treated myself to these beautiful dark tan leather brogues…Blues Myth.

Part of their Blues collection, I already have the oxblood Blues Melody and these leather tan heeled beauties are stunning.

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Striking brogue perforations decorate the silhouette to add an old school vibe to these heels, while the heel itself is a modern, chunky piece of styling that I’ll always be a fan of (I’m not all that graceful when it comes to my height so chunky heels have been a God send)!

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What’s more, they came with two sets of laces. The ribbon style ones you see in the images and a pair of standard shoe laces – both in a tan hue. I’m currently using the ribbons as I feel they’re quite girly and a nice contrast from the masculine brogue style.

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Like with the Blues Melody, the Myths have a great outdoor outsold with plenty of traction to help keep you balanced during leaf-dropping autumn and wet, icy winter.

I’ve only worn these heels a couple of times. Once in Chester for the other half’s birthday and again just for nipping to the local for a drink. The heel is deceptively tall and I feel the 6″4 I am in them, but once you get used to this and the fact that there’s no platform to dissolve the heel height they are actually quite comfy and I think the more I wear them, like the Melody, they’ll become more and more comfortable until I never want to take them off!

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