Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Pavers Boot Review...


New season and new boots!!

I love Autumn it is my favourite time to exercise. Kids back at school. Not too hot and not too cold...Perfect..

 Just the right weather for wearing chunky jumpers and jeans going on long family walks. Kicking all the fallen crispy leaves around in the park and what better to do this in? Some beautiful new boots...

With this in mind, a few weeks ago I got to pick some comfortable shoes or boots from Pavers to review...

It had been a good few months since I bought some boots, so not a hard choice!

I love the classics black knee length boots {and some of these were my 2nd choice!!} but this time I have opted for something different to what I would usually go for. 

I picked out these blue leather ankle boots and I absolutely love them. Perfect whilst the weather is mild to dress up with bright coloured tights and flowery dresses and great for Winter with chunky jumpers and jeans.

I have been having a little dressing up session in my bedroom and they go with almost everything I own. 







About Pavers in there own words~
  • We are all about comfort. 
  • The business was founded by Cathy Paver in 1971 from a simple desire – the search for the comfiest pair of shoes. 
  • As Cathy could not find what she was looking for in the shops she decided to source and sell her own. 
  • Stepping forward in to 2014 we have 115 shops spread across the UK with a mixture of high street shops and those in outlets. 
  • The main difference is the product stock held and the prices. 
  • We also have a successful ecommerce website, catalogue and a new TV studio which we air programmes on our own channel Sky Guide 669. 
  • Our products primarily have comfort in mind; we do have a number of ranges from heavily comfort orientated through to younger, trendier styles such as the Bellissimo range. 
  • Along with our own brands we also stock the likes of Skechers, Marco Tozzi, Rieker, Piccadilly to name a few. 
  • Regardless as to the brand, comfort is always important; we do what we can to source quality materials and leading innovations in comfortable yet stylish shoes. 
  • We pride ourselves on providing first-rate customer service; we offer free delivery over £50 or buy online, collect in store.


What I think of the boots

I am very pleased with the boots I picked. They go with most of the Winter clothes in my wardrobe~ Reds, blues, jeans burgundy, flowered dress, bright clothes, everything I tried them on with, just perfect. They feel very comfortable and true to size. They are lovely, warm and cosy. The heel is a nice height too. Perfect for lots of days out walking. The 3 miles a day walk with my daughter to and from school will be a stylish one.


About the boots 
  • Leather Ankle Boot with Faux Fur Lining.
  • An on-trend, chunky leather fashion boots.
  • Set on a robust anti-slip sole and featuring a micro-fibre textile lining that will keep your feet toasty and warm throughout the winter months. 
  • The boot comes with a patterned and a plain lace so you can change the look as you wish. 
  • Heel Measurement: 5cm
  • Colours~ Tan, Bordeaux and the one I picked Navy.
  • Available in size~ 3,4,5,6,7,8.
  • Upper Leather.
  • Insole Textile.
  • Sole Other.
  • Price : £79.99.


A big thank you to Pavers for letting me choose some of their warm, comfortable and very stylish boots. Stayed tuned and I will share how I have been styling them over the coming weeks...

And my favourite look so far is~


About this post~

I got to pick a pair of boots from Pavers for the purpose of this review. All thoughts are my own honest opinion and I was not paid for this post...


Monday, 29 September 2014

Creative Mondays And This Weeks Featured Blogs...


Hello and welcome to Creative Mondays.

What has got you creative this week?

To make the blog hop more fun for everyone, please try to stop by a few blogs of your same interests as as you and leave a comment or if someone stop by, please try to visit back :)


I love Creative Mondays, hope you do too...

Over 140 blogs on last weeks hop, yeah thank you everyone who stopped by to join me :)

Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop has now finished so I can spend more time visiting your blogs and sharing. Welcome to add your links all week long...

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This weeks Creative Monday feature and pinned blogs are-







8.) Winnish





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Sunday, 28 September 2014

Sunday Runday ...



After all my lazy summer weeks exercise is back on and feeling good. Running is great, slow but great and exercise classes are not hurting as much as the week before!!

No Pain No Gain!!



Only thing with eatting fruit is how much sugar they contain!


Get fit or eat pie trying...


My moto.. Run first eat cake later...


My running buddy...c/o TomTom...

Yesterday I improved my Parkrun time by 2 minutes on this course I did 2 weeks ago...

25 minutes and 42 seconds for 5km ...

Yeah I was such a happy bunny. ..

My fastest time this year...

My all time pb is 24 minutes 35 seconds, so not far to go until I take that pb and smash it :):)

Watch this space...

This weeks exercise~

Monday~

4 miles run
45 minutes Spinning class
45 minutes Body sculpture class

Tuesday~

3 miles run
45 minutes Spinning class
45 minutes Fitball class


Wednesday~

5 miles run
1 mile swim

Thursday~

1 hour body pump class
45 minutes Spinning class

Friday~

6 miles bike ride

Saturday~

5km Parkrun

Sunday~

Day off

All I want to know now is~ am I in London Marathon!?!

If yes great, I will train up long slow miles...

If no great!?! 

I will train up short faster miles for a good 5km and 10km race time!!

Any day know I could get the London marathon magazine through.. 

your in.... or your out don't be blue....




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