As I have said before, three years ago, I am a SUCKER for coned heels. Since I didn’t end up getting the other shoes,, I am having a dilemma:
I say #1 though they are $18 more. But I would imagine 2 would look SO good on. I want both though. Decisions!
#1 reminds me of the Balenciaga hoof boots, which I have no idea how i am fascinated by them. I wish I had caught the VS Sam Eldeman knockoffs in time (and would’ve made $$$ on ebay while at it).
for shorts but I love these! I must must must have them or find a cheaper version
Solid Black 1940’s 1950’s High Waisted Ginger Shorts
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My Spring Agenda, which won’t be as complete as my past Fall Agenda.
- High waisted, wide-legged pants! Particularly in bright, juicy colors.
To be worn with heels, for maximum sophistication. I can’t stress enough how they are coming back! I can only hope this high waisted trend I am seeing (and been craving) at stores will produce some WIDER legs, soon. I am only seeing really tapered cuts which are fine, but this whole mass producing the 80’s look is going to produce some serious fashion mishaps for those that don’t know any better. Moving on.
- Rompers! (Jumpers fall under here too)
I have some rompers, that I have bought at thrift stores that are more than 3 years old. They haven’t had the chance to be worn yet but I will pop them out this summer. Some stores, labels, and designers are offering romper styles this spring and summer, with more modern, flattering cuts. One example, that I love is the one being offered here. And with that follows…
With heels, of course, 3 inches and higher. As well as with the rompers, I have some jumpsuits I have thrifted. One of which is so short that I had plans to turn it into a jumper, 2 years ago. Note to self, get on it.
You know, looks like a skirt but are totally pants, to the knees. Preferrably in an overalls style, slightly fitted at the hips. To be worn with tights, naturally.
I have wanted one forever! I guess I will just have to buy an authentic one.
I have tried to avoid it, but after buying a pair of woven t-strap sandals with a light platform front I’m into it!
I just don’t have enough! This should be a staple in every woman’s closet!
Light, airy and bright!
You can never own too many pairs!
To be updated.
Seems that most of my fall/winter agenda, involves gray, haphazardly.
- Grey slouch beret
too bad this one is from the UK and does not ship outside of the UK.
- Grey trench coat
no belt though but $88!
- Footed grey tights
- Grey jazz shoes , have not found these yet so I don’t know.
- Long, slightly oversized grey cardigan.
Non grey items:
- Thin black turtleneck sweater to wear with bold necklaces
- Long black cardigan
- Shorter (than my current) coat with hood (with interesting details).
This should be updated as I remember.
I am obsessed right now with them. A few months ago, I meant to go into dance store and try some on after checking actual ballet flats out online. Right now I am compulsively wanting them.
Coincidentally when I went into Opening Ceremony , I saw a pair for about $180. Not that many designers/labels are making them yet so no reason for me to freak out.
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