via selectismThis morning I was dreaming that I was trying to decide between black desert boots by Visvim or Bally. When I Goolgled them I found these instead. I don't usually like asymmetrical lacing but this is so far over to the side that it's completely different.
via style.comBurberry showed rather refined and minimal uppers contrasting with thick Dr. Martens style rubber soles - which is a good thing because it rained. I think the use of this work-boot sole on a sneaker works very well, as is it unusual but quite fitting in its casualness.
via luisaviaromaSome more looks at the always inspiring work of Ann D. Some of my favorite elements in these are the simple strong contrast in the top wedges, the heel cap that extends down the boots and the asymmetrical panels on the bottom sandals. Black & white, black, white and black.
via nicekicksFor someone with a blog about interesting shoes, I can sure be into some boring looking footwear. There maybe more to these than I initially thought. I think what I like about grey sneakers is the colour (or lack thereof) brings a uniformity to what would usually be a complex design. Sneakers often have many pieces and elements, and an even grey tones down the busyness. Maybe they're not so dull.