I always wanted a decent black covered heels. Most of my heels are either manik2(too glam for day time wear), or peep toe(tak tutup jari jemari which is not suitable for formal wear) or maybe in between! (that is, not suitable for either formal or casual)..
So when I saw this shoes, my heart says, "Oh, this is the one! It's perfect!". I was so excited when I found it, because to be honest, I am a bit fussy when it comes to choosing my perfect LBS. hehe. Most of the covered black shoes that I saw, are always boring. It's either their heels are too chunky or too lowly and fugly or too trendy . I just want something simple yet sophisticated. Something that doesn't say "Look at me! I am pointy and shiny! Look at me!", and yet still look nice on me. hehe.
Oh, I still remember I had a hard time finding my school shoes back in 2006 when I first came to Matric PJ. Our dress code was to wear a white tudung, baju kurung in any color and a black shoes. I refused to wear the normal Jazz sneakers or maybe the Bonia loafers or something, you know. I mean, I just can't take the idea of wearing sneakers with baju kurung? I mean, in my opinion, I personally think that baju kurung is supposed to make you look decent and feminine. And so when you team it up with sneakers, it just looked so weird to me..
So I asked my mom to buy for me a 4-inch leather squared-off toe shoes by Lewre and Bonia. Well, something that looks like this. It was a simple one.
But I remembered, everybody was talking about my heels and make an issue out of it. Like it was a really big deal or something. I just don't understand. I mean, the rules and regulations doesn't say that I have to wear flats. They didn't even state there what kind of shoes that were allowed to wear. They just said black covered shoes. Nothing like students are not allowed to wear ballerinas, moccasins, sling backs, sandals, peep toes, open toes, gladiators, mules, pumps, platforms, wedges, pointy toes and et cetera, you know! Plus, we were 18 at that time..so I don't think that wearing pumps was weird for that age!
And by saying covered shoes, I understand that I can wear any kind of shoes that is high heels or not, as long as it is covered. Ain't that right? So when everybody was looking at the freakin' shoes of mine and you know, made that look, like I'm some kind of a freak.. I was like why? Do I look that weird? Was it because of the high heeled or because of the pointy toes? Why can't I wear this pumps?
I love the fact that heels lift me up a bit..and wearing them with baju kurung looks more nicer as compared to wearing them with sneakers! hehe.. =P
But well...after a few months in Matric, I can see lotsa girls started to change their choice of footwear for classes, and started wearing heels and pointy shoes.. hehe. Which is good. (At least, I know, I am not the only pointy toed species! haha)
Anyways.. Now that my internship is just around the corner, I need some new working shoes. hehe. I want a decent black shoes. Just a simple one. Not too pointy. Not too round. So, my sugar sweet daddy bought for me that shoes. And I loved it!
Especially the heels!
Super high. And super hot.
Thank You Dad!