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I am a person who falls into the category of shopping without a purpose. For those of you out there who either love or abhor shopping, who delight in discovering something new or would prefer to rely on my advise, read on…

A few posts back I wrote about Gabriela Ligenza, a hat shop located off of Sloane Street near Sloane Square. From time to time (as I previously mentioned) I pop in just to see what’s new.

Sometimes I hit the jackpot so to speak.

Last Saturday (June 22nd), was one of those days.
As I walked past the window I spotted a collection of raffia shoes reminiscent of the very expensive ones Emma Hope sells. Don’t get me wrong, I love Emma Hope shoes.

The black raffia loafer by Gabriela Ligenza £179.00

The black raffia loafer by Gabriela Ligenza £179.00

Gabriela’s shop is not just a hat shop. You do not necessarily need a hat to venture in. There is always something surprising, elegant and stylish, just like the milliner herself.
Needless to say I purchased a great pair of black raffia loafers, perfect for summer.

Unfortunately the ballerina flats did not fit!

Gabriela Ligenza's raffia ballet pump in yellow and orange £179.00

Gabriela Ligenza’s raffia ballet pump in yellow and orange £179.00

why spend 269 pounds on a pair of shoes when you can get a similar style for 179 pounds

 Sizes and styles are limited, so do pop in before they run out of your size.
Click on the link to see the entire collection Gabriela Ligenza Shoes

P.S there are still some fantastic pieces of one of a kind costume jewelry available as well!

Gabriela Ligenza Hats
5 Ellis Street
London SW1X 9ALOpening times:
Monday to Saturday
10am – 6pm
TEL+44 (0)20 7730 2200

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