So, no new shoes this Tuesday
because I wanted to wear a certain dress and the shoes I like with this dress,
well the boots I like with this dress have already been Shoesdayed.
I was looking in my closet at all the wonderful summer shoes I never got the chance to wear and
started to laugh at a random shoe I noticed on the floor. Can you guess what it is? By the way I think it would only fit a woman
or indeed a man who likes a certain type of clothing. It would probably be about a size 14.
This individual shoe was
actually a Yankee Swap gift from a friend of mine, who thought I would appreciate
it, and I did. I love shoes, Louboutins
in particular and I love wine, what better gift than a shoe, mimicking a
Louboutin and holds a bottle of wine. How
fun is that?
Wine gadgets are always such fun gift. Here are some cool ones I posted earlier this year in case you need ideas for the holidays.
With the sound of a simple click, the Vacu Vin stainless steel wine saver is a vacuum pump, which extracts the air from the opened bottle, clicks when you've reached optimum level and re-seals the wine bottle with a re-usable rubber stopper. The vacuum slows down the oxidation process so that you can enjoy your wine for days.
With its portable ease, this sleek bag gives boxed wine a good name. Stylish and sturdy, this carrier keeps your fine wine fresh at dinners, parties and picnics. It comes with a non-slip rubber base and a comfortable handle for easy transport. An airtight spout fits all standard taps, and its adjustable interior is roomy enough to slip an ice pack (or three) to chill white wines.
Aerate wine in seconds for better taste. The Vinturi Red Wine Aerator is clearly on the cutting edge of wine aerating. Mixing just the right amount of air with your wine at the precise moments, this see-through aerator allows your reds to breathe instantly. The Vinturi Red Wine Aerator results are a better bouquet, enhanced flavor, and a smoother finish.
I am adding quite a few of these to my already quite large wine gadget collection.
Source: Wine Enthusiast, Uncommon Goods, The Tipsy Grape