A list for the Three Magic Kings

It is almost the 12th day of Christmas and children across Spain and Latin America have put out their shoes on balconies, window sills, and under Christmas trees, waiting for the presents from  Los Reyes Magos (the Magic Kings). The magic kings’ names are Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar and they are the three wise men from the Bible who visited baby Jesus bearing gifts that befit the King of Kings. On January 5th they parade through Spanish towns with their retinue of helpers, greeting children and their parents and getting showered with caramels and candy.

Reyes Magos

The Three Magic Kings Parade in Alcoy, Alicante.

Photo: European Press Photo Agency

Following the example of Spanish children, I compiled a wish list for the Three Kings. I hope they visit my blog and leave the shoes from the list at my house door tomorrow:)

DEAR MAGIC KINGS, would you please bring me these shoes? I promise I will be good all year long!


Black Ankle Boots by Hoss Intropia (www.shoescribe.com)


Closed toe suede pumps by Hoss Intropia (www.shoescribe.com)
Blue suede boots by Castañer (click the image to buy)


Two-tone lace shoes by Hispanitas (available here)


A matching bag (available here)


Perforated suede wedge pump by Paloma Barcelo’ SS2014

What’s on your list?


About Me

Ann Mailsi is a writer and social media buff based in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada. Her interests include fashion, technology, and nature adventures.

2 Responses

    1. I know! The blue suede boots are amazing. They are not in my size, otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to resist buying them. It’s a really good deal for Castaner, their price point is usually twice as high.

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