Happy Birthday Zayne!
Kindly excuse the quality of photos. But I’m working on it and slowly and steadily it will get better.
I became a mother not so long ago. And that it’s this baby-ness that’s on my mind and now on the shoes.
I painted these recently for my niece who celebrated her 6th b’day. She’s in a ‘Princess’ phase at the moment and so these shoes only seemed apt. I’ve used Bata’s white canvas shoes.
I chose Cinderella as the theme. And included the crown, chariot, castle and glass slippers.
Price: Rs. 1200/- (Can be made in colours of your choice)
To place order: email: email@example.com (Need 2-3 weeks)
Coming up: Some more Princess themed shoes. 🙂
This is the first time my little girl, Zoe, will be celebrating Children’s Day. Not that it would mean much to her.; but as a new mom I decided to mark this day by painting some kiddie shoes. This also marks a return of sorts for Shoefu!
Among the Children’s Day special are three new designs – Alphabet; Sesame Street and Teletubbies. All of which you can see below. There are some more which I’ll be putting up very soon. Place orders for your children soon! You could leave a comment here or send me an email on firstname.lastname@example.org with your specifications.
Alphabet – Price: Rs. 900
Sesame Street – Price: Rs. 1200
Teletubbies – Price: Rs. 1000
Women have been wearing clothing meant for men since a long long time. And they look good in it. So obviously it doesn’t take a lot of math to understand that women wouldn’t leave out footwear that was meant for men. Oxfords, Derbys and Brogues have set men apart in terms of its class and sheer masculinity forever. But it adds a certain class and mystique to women too. And this pair of Eliza Donnatein, Oxford’s got me. I love both the colours that they are available in.
These aren’t priced too high (Rs 1500 at Shopper’s Stop) and are pretty comfortable. I’m tempted to pick up both shades that the Oxford’s are available in… but my gradually increasing foot size is holding me back.
Do you own a laced man shoe??