Saturday, 20 September 2014

At the Hotter Shoes Dinner & Treasure Hunt

Just to prove how comfortable their stylish shoes are, Hotter Shoes invited a few fashion bloggers to choose a pair and wear them on a treasure hunt around Soho.

I chose the Shearsby shoe Price £79:
My Shearsby shoe is a double monk strap style in shiny red leather patent, but it is also available in black or tan leather.

Here you can get a closer look at the Shearsby (in the middle) with two of my other favourite styles:
the Somerley lace up brogue (front) and at the back the Shipley loafers
All have pillow soft underfoot cushioning and lightweight rubber soles filled with millions of air bubbles !!!

Danielle ankle boots & Donna shoes
Lavish shoes & Winsome courts

The higher heeled shoes have Hotter's Pyramid Technology. This is a foam pad with tiny cushioned pyramids and is hidden deep in the sole. The pad contracts and traps air as you walk, acting as a cushion to the balls of your feet where pressure can be constant.

Leroy Dawkins - Diary of a Clotheshorse
Hollie - PrettyBigButterflies blog
For the treasure hunt we had to complete several tasks. One was to take a creative photo of a Hotter shoe. Great teams think alike as we both chose to create an illusion of a small shoe.

Another challenge was to spell out the word STYLE.

And another was to find Michelle from Wingfield PR who was hiding in Soho Square and take a creative picture of her Hotter Wiltshire boots.

The photo was creative with a loan of a rickshaw and a hard hat, but you can't really see the boot. So here's a closer look of the Wiltshire with its deep faux fur cuff - so on trend for this season! Price £79

Unfortunately the other team won, but really we were all winners: enjoying great company, a lovely  meal at Kettners, a  fun treasure hunt through Soho and of course our own pair of Hotter shoes!

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