Friday, August 05, 2011

Outfit: Shoeper Challenge #72 and Super Casual Friday





Leopard flats

My hands are shaking. This is a result of Boxercise class last night. I was partnering a girl I like to call Crazy Gym Bunny in my head as she’s always at the gym. I think she lives there. Anyway, she was hitting me super hard when I was holding the pads for her and I was struggling to lift my arms by the time I got home last night. I’m not in pain this morning like I thought I’d be, but my arms are a bit achy still and if I lift my hands up, they start to shake. It’s making typing interesting.


I was going to do some ironing last night, but my arms weren’t up to it, so that goes on my list of things to do tonight. Along with changing the bed, washing the sheets and emptying the bins. I’m going to attempt a recipe from the Weight Watchers website tonight. I made stuffed peppers for tea yesterday – delicious and only 4 points, and that was including the cheese on the top!


Pair of shoes number 72 is safe, and this is another pair I can’t believe I’ve not worn since February. The insides of them are disintegrating so they’ve definitely had plenty of wear in the past. I think it may be time to look for a replacement pair of leopard print flats. I got these on eBay as they didn’t have my size in my local Priceless store, and they were sold out on the website. I think I paid about £10 for them. Leopard is such a good neutral and I love pairing it with black and brown, as I’ve done today. I needed flats as I’m meeting my friend later on to go for a walk around a lake near work. Activity points!

Black cardi – New Look Tall
Brown tank – c/o Joe Browns
Jeans – River Island
Leopard print flats – Priceless Shoes (eBay)
Whitby Jet cross – gifted
Silver hoops – gifted
Silver bangles – Scope
Brown bangles – Dorothy Perkins
Wooden bangles – gifted
Tan leather belt – River Island

Total Est. Cost £96


  1. Ahhhh leopard print flats. So much more fun than black but go with just as many things!

    I've been trying to hunt down a boxing class myself, good to know it's actually effective!

  2. I've been looking for the perfect pair of leopard flats for 2 years (well, in my price range, of course) and I think yours is a contender.

  3. It's a really great idea to spice up an ordinary outfit with a pair of leopard print flats :)
    p.s. I really like your blog and would like to exchange links with you. Get back to me if your interested.