Hello fellow Dressember dressers! Today is a good example of why I am attempting to do this challenge. This is a dress that I was feeling bored with. I was even thinking about letting it go, but once I knew I was going to try to wear 31 dresses this month, I thought better of it.
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This is the dress on it’s own. It is not a bad dress, I was just feeling tired of it. I like it so much more with a bit of styling.
Bing had to make sure he was alright with my jewelry choices for today. 😉
Here is a close-up of the shoes if you care for that sort of thing. 🙂 They are a Nike G Series by Cole Haan. Comfy!!
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Wow! Is it already December? And… am I really wearing a belt over a cardigan? I feel so clever about that idea, as it is not something I normally do. I am also happy to be wearing a dress that I would usually save for a dress up event, but I just thought, “Hey, self, wear your dresses on even casual days.”
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The shoes are an old pair of Via Spigas that are just plain great. I can wear them dressy or casual and they never seem to hurt my feet.
Here is the dress with different shoe ideas and options, and a close-up of the shoes.
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These are my favorite boots! They rock because they are stretch suede, and that makes them have the unique ability to fit over my huge calves. I say “huge” not to be down on myself, but simply to note the fact that I can barely ever find a boot that will zip up over my calf. It makes me wonder, every time, “Is it me, or is it the boot?”
These boots are by Stuart Weitzman, and I wore them to church and out to lunch.
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These are the funniest pictures because I couldn’t stop falling over. Also, what was I thinking with that hair? 😉
I love these comfy and warm clogs, and the neutral color is very easy to wear.
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Wow! I am so glad to have made it to Shoe Save #60. To recognise this small milestone, I thought I would post my gold Christian Louboutins I wore the other night to a holiday party for some people from The Husband’s work.
These photos are from the end of the night, so my feet were very tired and a bit swolen. Oh, well, a great pair of shoes helps any situation. 😉
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I am doing double duty with this post today. This will be for Inspiration Monday at the TwoBirds blog and it will be a shoe save for the Shoeper Shoe Challenge at the Shoeperwoman blog.
Once again, I seem to be inspired by the colors that our “stars” have been wearing. I went for the yellow top with a blazer look. I am happy with what I ended up wearing. I went to church and to lunch with the family.
Here is the original photo of Kelly Rippa.
I love her jeans in this picture, but since I was going to church, I chose to wear slacks instead. (Is that word cool? Slacks? I felt like such a grandma writing that just now…)
The shoes are Pour La Victorie.
All photos posed and shot by Big Brother today. 🙂 Good work bud!
One more shoe worn for the Shoeper Shoe Challenge.
These shoes are by Vince Camuto. I love how chunky and full of rivets they are.
As you may notice in the first picture, I was tired when I wore this outfit. I was going to a meeting (casual meeting) at the end of a long day. At least the shoes look good.
Another shoe save for the Shoeper Shoe Challenge.
This is the first of two or three “clog” shoe saves I will be posting. This time of year in San Diego is the perfect weather for clog wearing. We get some rain, and I like to continue to wear my longer jeans but not wreck any “nice” shoes in the water.
I love wearing these shoes. They are warm and comfy and they keep the hems of my jeans dry. 🙂
I can not share the designer of these shoes with you, however, because I do not know what/who it is. The shoes are about seven years old, and have no markings on them except the size. I am sad about that because these would be a pair I wouldn’t mind replacing when they get to retirement age.
I wore this outfit out “hunting” for a new pair of jeans.
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I wore these out today taking Little Brother to the eye doctor and then to the grocery store.
The shoes are Marc By Marc Jacobs. I think they have the best color. They are somewhat between gold and silver. I’m not even sure what to call it.. maybe Gilver, or Sold??? 😉
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