Introducing Patten Place: A sleek and lightweight shoe cover for your high heels

How many times has the weather prevented you from wearing the shoes you really want to wear? That is the question. The weather often affects the choices we make when we get dressed in the morning, and when winter comes women often find themselves retiring their favourite boots, and heels for something a little more conservative to keep them safe against the elements.

US-based company Patten Place have designed a galosh for the modern woman so she can wear heels, whatever the weather. Never again will women have to dress around the weather as Pattens are made to withstand heavy downpours and harsh winters, they slip easily over high heel shoes protecting them from rain, snow, mud and ice.

Pattens offer a stylish and fresh contemporary take on a galosh, adding versatility to a woman’s wardrobe, sliding effortlessly over most high heel pumps, stilettos, wedges and boots.

While not originally intended as a shoe cover, Patterns are a great alternative to removing shoes when entering establishments, meaning women can show off their party heels at small gathering parties this holiday season, events or business meetings rather than leaving them at the door, simply by wearing the covers enroute to the occasion.

Patterns are currently available in two colors, black and camel, and the cleverly designed shoe cover features a flexible elastic closure, hollow heel that accommodates high heels 2.5 to 4.5 inches and a durable, water resistant, treaded non-slip sole.

Patterns retail at £73 with worldwide shipping for under £10 to the UK.

Candice Farrow

Fashion and lifestyle blogger from North East, England.

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