It is no secret that I'm obsessed with flat shoes (see some of my collection here). My latest find is Jemima Vine, a new footwear brand founded by Jennifer Markham, a fellow Melburnian living in London.
I first met Jennifer on Twitter when she shared her experience of doing the 'Life in the UK' test with me, and soon discovered that she was in the midst of launching Jemima Vine after quitting her fast-paced city job. I instantly fell in love with her 'Edie Smoking Slipper' - a cross between a ballet flat and a slipper shoe and met up with Jennifer to see the collection shortly after.
I've been a fan of wearing a pop of leopard print over the past few years, so I choose the Edie Snake Slipper to mix things up. After wearing the slippers a few times, I can tell you that they are the most comfortable flats I own. They have been crafted in Spain using high quality leathers and feature a specialist cushion shoe that offers the kind of support that ballet flats don't. They are game changers for women needing a pair of sophisticated (and comfortable) flats - trust me!
Available in navy, red and snakeskin, the slippers are great value at only £149, and I can't wait for the new Spring/Summer collection to purchase another pair! NHG x
Outfit details: Louise Dungate slouch hat, Topshop oxblood wool coat with leather trim (old, similar here), Whistles leather jacket, Sandro colbolt blue/grey wool dress, Uniqlo heattech tights, Marc by Marc Jacobs 'Too hot to handle' tote, House of Harlow necklace (old), and Jemima Vine Edie Snake Slipper.