It seems that with every adventure and every memory, comes a pair of shoes. The quirky pops of bright and blush pink in Notting Hill? I am immediately reminded of why I packed my Reebok sneakers from DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse with me. The bustling corners of Chinatown on a Saturday night? My Tahari black mules…great for dim sum and some late night dancing next door in Soho. DSW has proven to be a leading shoe shopping destination for me. Not only can I find amazing and fun sneakers every season, but I can also find absolutely stunning and classic feminine staples, like a fantastic pair of heels, all in one click. My eclectic style is always craving something new and so having a go-to shoe store with unlimited options is so necessary for this shoe lover.
My love for pink continues just off Portobello Road Market where color is celebrated, and so is everything out of the ordinary. Retro inspired Reebok trainers in a blush pink to match the rainbow walls? DSW knows what’s up when it comes to city-girl chic meets comfort. I got extra lucky during my travels and soaked up the English sunshine. I have never seen so much sun in London before! The sun doesn’t come out very often, and when it does, I always wear a pop of colors…especially in my shoes. I spent the majority of the day getting killer bargains at the street vendors and even had time to pop into a few super chic bakeries and cafes. London is known for their cakes and pastries. All buttery and sugar and with a side of peppermint tea…my favorite.
shop: Reebok sneakers
But like in every city I visit, I somehow always gravitate towards Chinatown. It’s that hustle and bustle. Chinese food is like my comfort food! For a quick bite of chow fun and a bubble tea to go, it was a short walk from my hotel, Dean Street Townhouse…a place to see and be seen at. Soho and Central London is always packed with people and once the clock strikes 6pm, the bars become loud and rowdy and the sidewalks seem to transform into a late night party. I dressed for Soho with a classic mule that also shows a bit of rock n’ roll with an unexpected grey snake heel. I knew the Brits would appreciate a touch of rock n’ roll since they practically invented it. It’s the little details in my DSW shoes that draw me back to the shoe store again and again. May my shoes continue to whisk me to away to extraordinary places.