Peek-a-shoe

Lives in Singapore.
Likes photography.
Loves shoes.
All photographs taken by me, unless otherwise stated.
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Had to wear my new shoes out straight away since they matched my outfit!

Things at work have been painful the past few months, so a spurt of retail therapy was in order. Gotta love my man who pulled out shoes in my size and encouraged me to buy all of them!

Things at work have been painful the past few months, so a spurt of retail therapy was in order. Gotta love my man who pulled out shoes in my size and encouraged me to buy all of them!

Ancient wisdom for young feet.

Hello Panda!

Hello Panda!

A lost sole found during our walk

irregularchoiceshoes:

農曆新年快樂!祝賀你們繁榮快樂馬年好運Gong Hei Fa Choi

Let’s shoe in a year of reckless laughter, creative freedom and gravity-defying heels!

irregularchoiceshoes:

農曆新年快樂!
祝賀你們繁榮快樂
馬年好運
Gong Hei Fa Choi

Let’s shoe in a year of reckless laughter, creative freedom and gravity-defying heels!

Some days are meant for snoozing.

Some days are meant for snoozing.

Boston magazine’s May issue uses the actual shoes of the Boston Marathon runners to create a heart. Photographer Mitchell Feinberg arranged the red and yellow shoes inside, with the darker ones outside “to give the feeling that the heart is ‘almost beating!”, says Boston magazine editor John Wolfson.

The killer kick is the headline: We Will Finish the Race. 

I heard the news after landing in Paris. The day felt a bit dimmer, even though we were in the majestic City of Lights. Surely there are kinder ways to make a point?

Read more about it on http://mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/Boston-magaazine-may-cover-heart

Boston magazine’s May issue uses the actual shoes of the Boston Marathon runners to create a heart. Photographer Mitchell Feinberg arranged the red and yellow shoes inside, with the darker ones outside “to give the feeling that the heart is ‘almost beating!”, says Boston magazine editor John Wolfson.

The killer kick is the headline: We Will Finish the Race.

I heard the news after landing in Paris. The day felt a bit dimmer, even though we were in the majestic City of Lights. Surely there are kinder ways to make a point?

Read more about it on http://mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/Boston-magaazine-may-cover-heart

Look out at the night sky tonight! We have a lunar eclipse and the Eastern Hemisphere (Europe, Africa, Australia and most of Asia) will have the best view.

Charlotte Olympia, Luna.

Chasing Butterflies in China

This bling-ed up giant shoe encapsulates what China is like now - huge, opulent and unafraid to boast. This is literally the Rolls Royce of shoes.

Designed by Chris Lu, the brand artistic director of Mario Mamas (loves it!), this structure has 318,000 studs on it and is meant to make the observer “feel very magnificent and domineering with heroic and personality.”

There is a wearable version as well going for RMB16,000,000 / USD$2,500.