I love these, leopard print goes with practically anything, but especially jeans ( although I would say that, being a jean fiend). Did you know I sell them? No? Weird – I could have sworn I told you. The link you say? Of course – here it is http://bit.ly/17JGZTu
Can you pass the link on to your large footed friends? Please, be my guest!
Until I sort my own site out (which is high on my list of priorities, I promise) my shoes are for sale on eBay. The links will take you directly there, thanks for looking
Although if its about a company, its not self marketing is it? It doesn’t come particularly easy, this promotion of my goods, tweeting people and asking them to re-tweet (especially if they don’t, as happened yesterday, but then being supermodel, I expect Erin O’Connor is very busy and anyway, she must get asked to do that all the time, so I’m over it) and talking endlessly about the shoes I’m selling to practically anyone who will listen.
In case anyone is interested (and thinking that they like the shoes but they’re not prepared to spend that kind of money on them) I’m going to be doing flash sales on Tuesdays – the reason being I can call them Ruby Shoesdays! Clever huh. (as in the Rolling stones tune, Ruby Tuesday.. it rhymes see… ok, whatever). Does it make any difference that Ruby was actually born on a Tuesday?
Anyway, expect to see quite nice reductions on my RubyShoesdays… in the meantime, here are the links again to my eBay pages, where you can buy the shoes – save them to your browser for Tuesdays!
The gorgeous smoking slipper in rust & leopard, sizes 10 & 11 http://bit.ly/WBHSgh
and the ultimate party shoe, with a cone heel & studs included, sizes 9 & 10 http://bit.ly/WByPw2
as ever, thanks for reading.
I felt that I should explain my reasons for the pricing of my shoes. I know, through research, that smoking slippers vary widely in terms of price and this is usually down to the materials used. Baukjen for example is stocking very similar shoes in very similar colours, for over £100 a pop. However, these are leather, from a well known brand, which means they can charge a premium. New Look, at the other end of the spectrum, are stocking smoking slippers, which cost only £15. They are in quite drab colours though and you can be pretty sure the materials aren’t exactly high end.
My shoes are all under £100, but are at the top end of that price range. This is because shoes in larger sizes are by their very nature more expensive than standard sizes, because they cost more to make. I am also importing them from the States, which is costing a fair amount. Both Kingston & Camden are well made, solid shoes and I think they are worth the £75 & £85 I’m asking for them. It remains to be seen though, if my customers (or prospective customers) agree with me.
click here to buy THE smoking slipper, Kingston
They are now available to buy on ebay, in rust & leopard, sizes 10 & 11 (I also have 1 available in size 9 in rust, but am sort of hoping no-one wants it because that means I can wear it and I’m quite excited about that).