July 29, 2012


Oh hey. So last Friday I got a tweet from a very nice guy called Luke about trying out some EMU Australia boots. I’d only really heard of them doing sheepskin style boots which I haven’t properly worn since 6th form when fashion was an odd thing. i.e.  the more grubbed up and battered your sheepskin boots were, the cooler you were. Cos nothing says ‘I don’t give a shit’ more than a bent out of shape sheep boot. YEAH. Hardcore. But I digress, so Emu don’t just do slipper boots, they do LOADS of stuff. In the photo above you’ll see the brand new Leeton boot which I am wearing right now (they look kinda cool with a floaty dress or black skinny jeans…in my opinion) I can’t find them on the website so don’t think they’re on there yet. But they feel niceee I can assure you. I am glad he got in touch because I had no idea EMU Australia did boots other than sheepskin ones and I hadn’t a clue they did clothes too..

I checked out the EMU LookBook and I really like a lot of what’s in it. I know we’re supposed to still be clinging on for hot summer weather but I am quite looking forward to stocking up my winter wardrobe again. I prefer winter outfits in general. LOVE a chunky scarf/ snood, just love it. I’m partial to a warm neck you see.

If you have a minute, check out the Lookbook and you’ll find lots of gorgeous merino wool and big chunky coats/scarves.

There’s amazing stuff in the AW12 line up. Will share when I have photos.

Right now I’m feeling rather comfy, snug and……. sheepy. Goodnight.

*Disclaimer – I was sent these boots free by EMU Australia but I am blogging about it because I like ’em.

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  1. Tamsyn says:

    Those boots are fabulous! Very jealous!

  2. Delightful, and just what I’ve been looking for! Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  3. Can you please ask your guy where to get them now? Thank you!

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