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Is it weird to wear open toe or sandals in February? From my point of view not but some consider it not done. Aren’t you cold or don’t you have cold feet is a question a get a lot. Usually I’m not and when I am I do wear boots or socks. Even tough I think there’s still a huge difference between wearing sandals or pumps. Whenever shoes are closed I have less problem wearing them in February then a open toe or sandals. This year is different though, these days temperatures are rising till 15 degrees, pretty comfortable if you ask me. Although I usually draw the line at 20 degrees this year I could wait any longer. I just love to wear sandals, not for comfort but just because I love the look. The things we do for fashion, right.

 

| Jacket H&M | Baggy leather pants ZARA | heels ZARA | Scarf Vintage CHANEL | Clutch H&M |

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COMMENTS: 4
  1. February 26, 2014 by Annette

    I absolutely agree with you! As soon as possible, I wear pumps and open shoes and no socks or tights. But I constantly get these questions…
    The only thing I find kind of weird are bloggers who pose bare-legged in silver heels in the snow ;-)
    Your leo sandals are stunning (I love animal prints) and perfect with your black look.

    I am enjoying the mild temperatures and sunshine here in Germany too!
    Annette | Lady of Style

  2. February 26, 2014 by hannekev

    HI Annette, I totaly agree with you. I would never wear sandals or bare my legs when there is snow on the ground. That would be to cold for me eventough I’m well trained :) xo Hanneke

  3. February 26, 2014 by The Fashion Panda

    So true ! and the shoes are so beautiful !!
    Great clutch too :)

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  4. February 26, 2014 by Almondcherry

    Great Outfit! I totally adore your heels <3

    xx Lisa
    almondcherry

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