Hola como estas? I have just returned from a last minute holiday for a week in Majorca. I have always wanted to go to a place like the hotel on the Benidorm program (drama and cheesefest) and I really do feel like I have just been there. All sorts of people from old to young, from around Europe. There was cheesy entertainment and from snubbing the club dance from the side of the pool, by the last day I was up doing it myself.
We were out of the busy resorts in a hotel by a wooded area and beautiful views from cliff area onto the sea, so I decided to take my summer moccasin boots that were very kindly given to me by Muks. flip flops and sandals really would not have been appropriate walking along these stony, dusty roads.
I practically live in this straw fedora hat I picked up for £10 from TK Maxx the other week and these shorts that I posted last week in the dipped hem top post have also been stuck to my bum since I received them. Although slightly tighter after a week all inclusive.
Muks Summer Footwear Launch
A couple of weeks ago I went along to Cucumber on Poland street to celebrate MUKS first summer range. The collection had fringed boots and wedges, moccasin ballet shoes and Navajo boots perfect for summer and festival style.
We were treated to an incredible pedicure, which was a much needed experience for my unloved toes. A couple of weeks later and a holiday in-between, my toes still look great and the paint hasn’t chipped at all. I do have a slight gap that needs filling in so I do believe that is an excuse to pop in again.
I loved the wedges and the Moccasin shoes also and I struggled to select a pair from the summer collection. These style of summer boots and shoes don’t ever go out of style and the navajo look returns year upon year for the festival season.