So, I know its been quite some time but I have been not been too worried about my own shoes but rather shoes more like this:
and like these:
Lord DB and I welcomed a laid back little boy nicknamed Squirmy D in June. And I finally think I am ready to trade in my comfy flip-flops for high heels so again I will be instilling my shoe wisdom on you along with trends and lusts!
“Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world.”
~ Marilyn Monroe
Not sure where in Cleveland, Ohio, I would wear these…but they need a good home.
Shoes are the quickest way for women to achieve instant metamorphosis.
~ Manolo Blahnik
So, today is another odd weather day for Cleveland, Ohio, thunderstorms, melting snow and rain. An essential item for today-rain boots…so you can squeak across the floor at work like you are in 4th grade again, and make the slish-sloosh sounds whilst walking outside. All good fun, I swear. Plus if you are truly feeling regressive, jump in some puddles – its warm enough – and keep your feet stylish and dry. Just please, please don’t get ugly rain boots-and NO CARTOON CHARACTERS! Not cute. And don’t forget to tuck your pants in!
I know this is not exactly shoe related…but I couldn’t resist…plus dogs chew up shoes…that counts…and there is a brand of shoe called Hush Puppies.
Watch all the way to the end…too funny.
Reading through the Cleveland Plain Dealer today online and stumble upon this new shoe designer, Ryan Haber. Not only local but ah-mazing. He has already designed for several celebrities and has limited quantities on his website beginning in March.
Check him out…he has beauties like this:
Haber might give the old standbys a run for his money-edgy enough to catch your eye, but not too out there where you will be on the worst dressed list cause of your idiot shoes.
Check out his website and the awesome article in the PD. Homegrown shoes…awesome.
So, it was a rainy December in Seattle, and my beautiful Cuban Chic and I were out shopping for clothes and shoes to wear out for a fancy evening with the husbands to view the Nutcracker and nice dinner downtown. We spent hours upon hours searching and scoured the entire Southcenter complex in search of purple high heels that I NEEDED. Not sure why, but we weren’t leaving without purple shoes of some sort. After a couple of Starbucks stops later, I finally found my purpleys and purchased them.
Worn proudly to the viewing of the Nutcracker and to our great dinner…I doubt it my Cuban Chic has any idea the purple storm this started. My obsession came slow at first but it has bloomed into full-blown purple fanaticism and has become my favorite of colors.
Just ask Lord DB about my Purple Rain coat…its straight from the 80’s and it’s the perfect royal purple color. Its fantastic and I am obsessed so much he deemed it “Purple Rain.” My collection of purple is still small but is growing constantly and I sure as hell know if I see purple shoes again, they will be mine!