I have been lusting over the “Liese” bootie by Brian Atwood for a couple of months now. Finally they are on sale which means they are mine. Weepee. I now have the perfect dancing shoes for the holidays.
I would wear Superga tennis shoes religiously as a kid. I had them in every color under the sun. Alexa Chung is the new face and creative director for the Italian shoemakers. I will revisit my childhood and buy a pair of mauve colored ones just because I am so excited they have made a come back. Plus, Alexa makes them look so chic.
Summer is right around the corner and I am getting geared up. Nothing more exciting than glistening tans, tank tops, and fresh manicured feet in sandals! Sometimes I’m good, but most of the time I am bad.
Case of the bad: Ferragamo sandals in Nude from Nordstrom. They also come in red and black.
Here comes the justification scenario: Timeless, Well-made, Neutral, I live in LA! I need shoes?
Happy Feet = Happy Life. Ya ya it doesn’t rhyme get over it.
When Tory Burch first made it big circa 2007, I was one of the first one’s running to Nordstrom’s to get me a pair of her signature flats. I was sadly disappointed by how uncomfortable they turned out to be. I swore I would never buy anything Tory Burch again but I lied. I then purchased a Bowler handbag that was oh so cute. Well…it fell apart not even 5 months into me owning it (INSERT 1st time shame on you, 2nd time shame on me annotation.) I mean anyone would have learned their lesson right? Not. I went ahead and recently made yet another TB purchase but this time, I am very much pleased. I am a proud owner of the Kyle heel that I scored on sale down from $475 to $240. Thanks to shopbop as always. Crafted with black velvet, silk, and a dainty bow–every chic woman needs these in their closet. I knew the old saying “third time is a charm” would have some form of righteousness in my life.