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Yes, Miista! My new favourite brogues from Parloque

Nothing can describe the feeling of finding a pair of shoes that stop you in your tracks with only one word on your mind: Want! 

That was my instant thought when I saw these babies from London-based Miista from the recently opened Parloque at Queen and Dovercourt. Of course, I bought them.

On my first wear, I completely destroyed my heel with the worst blister I’ve ever experienced. So much, the following day, I was in such pain I couldn’t even walk. So, word to the wise – invest in some moleskin and blister bandages to ease with the breaking in of these bad boys. Once I’ve broken them in real good, I’ll probably wear them so much a house will have to drop on me before I take them off. (Yes, that was a Wizard of Oz reference.)

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About Gail McInnes (296 Articles)
Originally from Glasgow, Scotland, Gail McInnes has made an indelible mark on the Canadian fashion and entertainment scenes; managing and guiding the careers of some of the country's most notable talents, including Lucian Matis, Hilary MacMillan, Stephen Amell (CW's Arrow), Natalie Brown (The Strain), Brad Goreski (E! Fashion Police), and more. Visit gailmcinnes.com for more information or email gailmcinnes@gmail.com.

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