Wednesday, July 7, 2010


Oh man, now that I see the pics from this day...I look tired. We will ignore this. Completely.

White dress shirt via friendly hand-me-downs. Tank top of generic origin. Totally adorable skirt from the best Goodwill ever. Everyone has one thrift store that they always have good luck with. Mine happens to be farther in the West End with some nice drop-offs. Pretty sure Target offloads their unsold/returned goods. P.S. wonderful source for bathing suits if you don't mind them mismatching a little.

Sarasota Wedge boots by Aerosole, black. Yes, suede. Yes, THAT delicious. Knee boots, buckles and top-stitching oh my! Low heel, which is comfy for work and long term wear. Not that I need it, but there's a second zip at the back that gives you another inch in the upper calf. I'd rather have the inch at the lower calf versus higher calf. Still fantastic. Again, not-so-ill-gotten-gains from DSW and Free Shoes Friday.


Working to distraction. Distracted enough to forget to start downloading pics from my camera. And then posting them. Smart move, 'eh?

Good news is, got a job and an apartment and a cat who came with a ridiculous amount of furniture. Bonus! Also a not so subtle way to pimp out said cat's blog, The Daily Whaaaaaat!?

Ode to Niecey Nash ensemble, was wearing it around the time that Nicey was knocked off of Dancing with the Stars. Ergo the big-ass-flower in my hair. The top I got in NYC a few years ago. White crop chinos I got at Old Navy (also a few years ago, on sale even!)

But the shoes! Oh the shoes are the topper. See, has Twitter. (@dswshoelovers) And this twitter does a thing called Free Shoes Friday. First 10 to answer the question correctly at noon every Friday (also a follower) gets a $75 gift card. These I got with my first win. Yes, I said first win, we will not count how many times I've managed to win, that would be gloating.

These are the ImpoVigo Wedge Sandal in turquoise. They're only available in pink and black now, I checked. I adore the beading and details on the front. The stacked heel is slim and smooth, not as clunky as you might expect. They're ridiculously comfortable, wearable for my walk into work even.