Do you ever wake up from a shopping dream? Yeah me too. Sucks to wake up. To be around me on the daily, is to listen to a constant diatribe on optimism and the power of vision boards. Fortunately, my spiritual babble is peppered with funny anecdotes and life lessons sung as hip-hop choruses. “That sh!t cray. Ain’t it Jay?”
Alternatively this post is titled, shoes to vogue in and the classic house song to play as a soundtrack is Junior Vasquez “If Madonna Calls” (I’m not Here) Oh yes, we partied hard back in the day…(see/ Les Bains Douches, Paris)
I feel like since the end of SATC (not counting the movie), there has been this massive void in our lives. When Carrie Bradshaw left our living rooms, we could no longer live vicariously through her walk-in closet or ‘ooh and ahh’ as she sashayed down the street. In an effort to resurrect our fashion icon, we proudly take up her cause. We share that insane love of shoes. Those of the 4″ and higher variety.
A love collage of shoes and a toast to the Carries. Chin-chin.
August 21, 2014 No Comments
At work, my friend S had just come out of a fashion direction meeting (these do exist and it is someone’s job) and she told me I was on trend for Spring 15 because I was wearing a jumpsuit. But my obsession with the romper and jumpsuit is nothing new. I have been amassing rompers and jumpsuits for years. These are some of my best loved brunch outfits, my after 9pm cocktails, my window-shopping go-to’s. At brunch, my bestie C and me were chatting about the pitfalls of our romper obsession. You basically have to completely undress before you can use the ladies room. And if you’re unaccustomed to the fast change, then you might just pee on yourself.
The trend continues strong but here are some fresh takes on those that dare to wear:
July 19, 2014 No Comments
It’s been weighing heavy on our minds this week. My VIP carpool has been cranking up the Beyoncé (all my single ladies!) in anticipation for the On The Run concert. We’ve been comparing our favourite lines from Drunk In Love, with a unanimous vote for “last thing i remember is our beautiful bodies grinding off in that club” and “surfboard-surfboard” (obviously!). After we’ve cooled our excitement, the next heavily contemplated topic of discussion is what to wear. Here I present you a myriad of choices to ponder when thinking of your concert-inspired wardrobe. Remember, to consider your audience. XO
July 3, 2014 No Comments
“Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.” – Kate Moss
That’s some classic Kate Moss for you. Probably think about it before you bite in to that giant chocolate bar (don’t let them win). The 90’s supermodel waif is best known for her meteoric rise from Croyden schoolgirl to catwalk sensation/fashion icon but the best urban legends surrounding Moss are of her party girl ways. Known to have thrown lavish all night drinking-dances incorporating themes (Great Gatsby) or musicians (Oasis) to highlight decades of her life, her reputation took a hit with a tabloid drug scandal a few years back. Since then, Kate has simmered down considerably but most recently she was quoted, “I may be 40, but I still know how to party.” Attagirl!
Let’s take a look back at some** of Kate’s best party girl looks, shall we?
**I say some because she partied a lot and she wore a lot of reallyx3 cute outfits…
June 17, 2014 No Comments
Darlings, this post is like a library book…way past overdue. And I’m not going to address the elevator scandal overshadowing the fashion because I’ve heard about the Beygency. The theme of this year’s Met Gala 2014, was a tribute to Charles James, who according to WWD is “America’s best-known couturier.” This being the case, you would expect a lot of classic, opulent and elegant ball gowns of the socialite variety.
While I don’t know if they necessarily evoke the theme of this year’s event, these are my faves. There are a lot of crop top combinations and slinky silhouettes which is très 90’s. Enjoy!
I have been championing the maxi length and crop top/bustier combo for a while now. I think it’s going to hit mainstream this year. (fashion prediction) TRUST.
May 16, 2014 No Comments
You know how you see women wearing running shoes en route to work, then changing to high heels? Promise me, you’ll never be that woman. God invented ballet flats for a reason. And this season, the D’Orsay flat is hitting the mainstream.
This style of shoe is named after Count Alfred d’Orsay, a 19th Century gentleman about town and an artist friend of Lord Byron. The cut-out sides were introduced to accommodate wider feet but this style has been widely adopted in women’s footwear. Made with a vamp that curves around closely to the foot, exposing the instep (ahem shoe porn). While we see this a lot in high heels, last season Jenni Kayne‘s version of the D’Orsay flat has made this one beloved look to watch!
May 3, 2014 No Comments