18.6.15

Out And About - Shoes: Pleasure And Pain



I think it's pretty obvious that we both love shoes - like, love shoes. And we think it's pretty evident from our Savage Beauty Post that we also love the V&A so you can imagine our sheer excitement when an email popped into our inbox inviting us to preview the new Shoes: Pleasure and Pain exhibition at our favourite museum!

Here's what we got to over the course of the day and more importantly, what footwear we chose for the occassion!





Amy Says: As I travelled up from Oxford for the day (toddler in tow), my first footwear choice needed to be super comfy for the car and what better than trust Converse? But going to a snazzy press preview all about fancy footwear meant my second Shoe Of The Day needed to be something a little more exciting than 'everyday'. Step in Orla blimmin' Kiely, my shoe hero of SS15 and her comfy (thanks Clarks) yet cool retro-vibe sandals. These beauts are so easy to walk in, it's no wonder they are my 3rd pair from the collection - it meant I could wander around the exhibition and even managed a walk up Brompton Road too.






Naomi Says: I was super excited to be able to go to the pre launch cocktail party which was so much fun! Accompanied by blogger Charlotte Goodayle we went and saw the amazing exhibition, took lot's of from where I stands and drank the most yummy gin cocktails! It was such a lovely launch, everyone was dressed so amazingly and the footwear was a show in itself. I wore my new Dazzle sandals from Clarks which got so many compliments on the night! I wore them with a glittery sock to match my flower power dress from ASOS. They were so comfy and a great party sandal! Thanks so much for the V&A for inviting us, definitely head down to check out the Please & Pain exhibition yourself, you can book tickets here!







You can see this amazing exhibition for yourself now until January and we seriously recommend it.. Stay tuned on our Instagram @twoshoesonepair for an exciting competition!

4 comments:

  1. Great post girls! I would love to go to this exhibition soon!
    Nice pictures! 😀
    Xoxo
    Cookie

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