Coconuts Britain Riding Boots Review and #DSWShoeHookup Giveaway

Friday, December 06, 2013

Disclosure: DSW provided me a pair of boots to review. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of DSW.

Boots. Stilettos. Wedges. Sandals. If a pair of shoes have a "wow factor" about them and the shoes fit, I'll wear them! The Coconuts Britain Riding Boots (Available in Black, Cognac, or Brown) fits that bill perfectly. These boots are perfect in every way - true to size, sophisticated, versatile, comfortable, and undeniably chic. I love the ankle straps and buckle accents, which adds to its sophistication.

The versatility enables these boots to sync harmoniously with a myriad of outfits, whether it's a dress, skirt, leggings, or skinny jeans! They're fashion-worthy as they're functional to get you through the cold, blistering weather! The Coconuts Britain Riding Boots are normally valued at $259, but you can buy your own pair at DSW for just $149.95. Also, be sure to sign up for their Rewards Program - it doesn't cost anything. You will receive Free Shipping and special offers, accumulate rewards for each purchase, and much more with their Rewards Program!

Dress: Anatomie Budah Mesh Dress, $225 / Handbag: Antoinette Lee Designs “Anna” Tote, $528 / Belt, Thrifted / Boots: Coconuts Britain Riding Boots, $149.95

Dress: Muse Peter Pan Collar Flounce Dress, $156 / Boots: Coconuts Britain Riding Boots, $149.95

Prize(s): 5 winners will receive a $50 gift certificate to buy a pair of shoes at DSW and a copy of the New York Time's best-selling book, Do You Speak Shoe Lover?

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In addition to the giveaway at Fashion Fling, you'll have more chances to win the same prizes at the blogs listed below. Each date indicates when their giveaways become available for you to enter.

December 8th: Jimmy Choos and Tennis Shoes, Oh So Glam, and corals + cognacs
December 9th: Kimmy Erin, Crystalin Marie, and Sandy a La Mode
December 10th My Own Blog Review, Around Lucia, and Trend Hungry
December 11th: Stiletto Beats, Vintageortacky, and girl avant garde
December 12th: Behind the Seams, Fancy Things, and Dearest Lou
December 13th: The Fashion Poet, Let It Be Beautiful, and Mae Badiyan
December 14th: Good, Bad, and Fab, Kel and Kate, and The Frugalista
December 15th: The Fashionably Broke, Little Miss Fearless, and Modly Chic
December 16th The Fashionista Next Door, Studs and Sapphires, and Britt and Whit
December 17th Living In Color Print, Love Fashion Live Life, and A Mom in Red High Heels
December 18th Fashionable Hostess, District Sparkle, and Crowley Party

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Disclosure: This book was provided to the reviewer. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of DSW.

My love affair with shoes began at an early age. Shoes exude and provoke confidence, allure, style, and femininity. Marilyn Monroe said it best: "Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world." I also like what Christian Louboutin had to say about shoes: "There is an element of seduction in shoes that doesn't exist for men. A woman can be sexy, charming, witty or shy with her shoes."

Linda Meadow, author of City Baby L.A. and founder of Guru Mommy, also help pen the ultimate book for shoe lovers! Do You Speak Shoe Lover: Style and Stories from Inside DSW includes shoe advice, including for the working girl, picking the perfect date night shoes, or style on the budget, such as signing up for DSW's free rewards program - every time you shop at their store, you reap benefits!

Although this book entails 225 pages, it is jam-packed enough with enough information to satiate all shoe lovers, whether they're male or female. One of my favorite parts of the book is the "Fashion of the Decades" section, which covers the shoe trends between 1930s - 1980s. This book also features stories from DSW employees and customers, which adds a nice personal touch to the book.

Do You Speak Shoe Lover?