Beautiful imagery and enviable style is what you will find at Peexo.co.uk, a personal style and fashion blog created by Patricia Batatas. We caught up with the London beauty in today's Style File.
You're on a first date, what shoe do you wear? My first date shoe of choice would have to be a block heel to prevent any awkward encounters, and if it's a bad date you wouldn't want to spoil your best shoes!
What's one fashion rule you always break? Honestly I think it's okay to break fashion rules! I remember when double denim was a total no-no and now it's back on trend and probably one of my favorites, surprisingly.
When it comes to shoes, how much is too much to pay? Well, for me, anything over £100 is probably too much (but that's because I'm currently on a student budget). I'm aspiring to get to the position where no price is too much to pay! A girl should dream.
Who is your favorite shoe designer? I love Valentino, they're just such a statement shoe, I've also been loving Gianvitto Rossi recently.
If you were a shoe, what shoe would you be? I'd definitely be a tall, stiletto heel, possibly a pointed court shoe.
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