If decor is your porn, this is your blog.
And now I do.
And now who's the dirty bitch? You take my 25 pounds and raise me Loeffler Randalls? You have NO SHAME.
Trust me, I completely understand. My wallet knows no boundaries when it comes to Loeffler Randall. My feet are obsessed.
Lucky Girl and now I'm just green with envy. Grrrrr.
Okay, you are now officially The Perfect Woman. I may have to start a holiday based on you.
what are they? i have to have them, too:)
UGH...the cut is awful...I'm sure they're great for anyone hoping to accentuate their cankles.
Was it the snake that said -to Eve "take a bite out of the forbidden fruit?" In your case -that snake just took one bite out of your wallet. The devil made you do it.
They look amazing on the foot. It's the most modern take on the d'Orsay I have seen in a long time. And regular readers know this: I know my shoes.Sorry MJ, but you're wrong. Very wrong.
It's not a heel length you see that often at the moment, but it's got beautiful architecture. Plus there's a vintage vibe to it that makes it sexy as hell.
Ah, exactly. It's VERY difficult to find a heel under 3.5 inches that is affixed to a lovely shoe. I think because the designer is such a cool New Yorker, she knows that downtown customers aren't taking cabs everyone. Girls need to walk. You can do that in these without destroying yourself.
I was drooling obscenely in a boutique the other day over the ballet flat version of these. Python-y print + chocolatey gray/brown + Loeffler Randall = SOLD.
Oh for pete's sake, where the heck did you get them? Do tell! I don't live in Seattle, so we'll never get caught wearing them in the same place.
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