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FSJshoes: the intoduction

https://www.fsjshoes.com/women-s-red-platform-rhinestone-ankle-strap-stiletto-heel-bridal-shoes.html
Winter is not my favorite season. Yes confession is made. Basically I prefer it when it's being warmer and I generally don't mind mild winter. If you ask me: winter is cold, snowy, dark and long. At least that is what Moscow winter is like and it's not my favorite season. And it gets even worse to me because of the shoes. There are no really pretty warm winter shoes. It's either warm or pretty. Because basically it's only limited to trekking boots if you want to keep your feet warm when it hits -15C or worse. Being a shoe person it's never easy on me. I love pretty shoes and I love wearing pretty shoes (even though I do rock sneakers more often than I should have). When it is not possible (like in such cold time like now) I go for my last resort: online. Today I want to introduce you to my current inspirational coping online store which I use to survive the winter: FSJshoes.
There are a lot of styles there and I like them a lot. Most of them are light weight and there is a big wedding themed section. Good news is not all the wedding options are white and classic so the shop is a bit modern in that part. From what I often hear about the brides who choose classic wedding (especially if the family is pretty pushy about the traditional wedding) a lot of creativity and temper goes to wedding shoes. For me wedding shoes are just gorgeous beyond the reason. So let's check out the styles of wedding shoes that warmed my heart the most.
https://www.fsjshoes.com/pink-satin-cute-bow-heels-open-toe-ankle-strap-sandals.html
This is such a nice pair! I would not only wear to any possible more or less formal event but also wear it with jeans of a date. And the color is just lovely! awww!
https://www.fsjshoes.com/magenta-wedding-sandals-rhinestone-slingback-stiletto-heels-for-bride.html
Hot! Bright! Fun! Fierce! I totally see the bride wearing these, just imagine the tiny burst of color when her foot shows up from under the skirt for a minute or two
https://www.fsjshoes.com/ivory-bridal-heels-lace-up-suede-stiletto-heel-pumps-for-wedding.html
These are way too cute! Adorable, simple, easy to re-wear and cute to the core. When I loot at this pair I 'cute' is the word that just pops on the tip of my tongue and doesn't let me say anything else. Would I buy it? Yes please!

Do you like the styles? How's your week so far? I hope you enjoy it the fullest! 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. These shoes are so pretty! I love the purple pair with a bow, so feminine.

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  2. Muchas gracias, como siempre, por tu estilo.

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  3. oh wow these combo colors and designs looks so lovely and mesmerizing..looks so incredible and stunning one..glad you shared this with us..great work though

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