What I really wore – Tamaris antishokk boots

Sterotypes are a funny thing, aren’t they? Take being a fashion blogger for example, you’re supposed to either be blogging away in your pjs or wearing impossible heels and inadvertently posing in a nonchalant manner. “Blogger” is only one of the hats I wear and as we hurtle towards Christmas at the speed of light, comfort has become key for every hat I wear. Looking at magazines, movies, tv shows and even other blogs, it does always seem that everyone is immaculate airbrushed perfection. Who realistically has time for that though? I’m certainly not the first but I just wanted to do a real outfit post with some of my comfy favourites which I threw on within minutes as I was running 20 minutes late for brunch – true story. 
What do you think of these glittery beauties? Not your average comfy flat boots, are they? As a certified heels girl, flats/practical shoes really aren’t my thing but I absolutely adore the equestrian detailing and of course the glitter heel. There’s more to the cute Constentine boots than meets the eye though; they are part of Tamaris antishokk collection which have built in shock absorbers which make them super duper comfy. They have built in pneumatic chambers and core stabilisers to soften the impact of each step – I’ve tried and tested them and personally vouch that they are the comfiest boots I’ve ever owned.

I’ve paired my boots with these amazing marble velvet leggings from Topshop and super cosy cardigan from Nelly.com. I’ve accessorised with a gorgeous mustard and grey snood scarf by Buff and tan shopper from Medwinds.

What’s your to-go outfit on busy days?

Reena Rai

Reena Rai is a 30-something London-based fashion, travel and lifestyle blogger. She has been blogging for 10 years (!), previously at fashiondaydreams.com before launching her self-titled blog.


1 Comment

  1. Maria Fallon
    November 23, 2012 / 1:10 pm

    Love this outfit, those boots sound amazing!Maria xxx

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