Last week I blogged about a color-blocked dress that I purchased from Neiman Marcus Last Call. I didn’t mention it at the time but that day I also bought a second dress, this Di Vinci by Bailey 44.
I’m loving this dress with its attached faux shrug. It provides just enough coverage to my arms to to make it a very comfortable day dress. I also think I can easily convert it to something more dressy just by upping the jewelry factor.
Yesterday, I wore it for a casual day of shopping.
P.S. It was a fun shopping day. Aren’t they all?
As mentioned in an earlier post, by day, I’m a mild-mannered consultant for my own company TSJ Enterprise, Inc. I’m currently working with a client that is doing an internal upgrade to their systems. It’s been a tough week—a week where I’ve worked hard to keep my cool. My motto is work hard, play hard and boy was I ready to play hard.
I met my husband for happy hour at Trulucks in Boca Raton, Florida. We were ready for martinis and some chillaxing. And that we did. The band was enjoyable and so was the people-watching. Boca Raton is known for two types of ladies: Very rich, very old ladies and plastic surgery babes. Yes ladies, we can definitely tell that you’ve had work done…Here are a few pictures of me leaving the bar. I think you can see that I was no longer stressed and well on my way to enjoying a fun weekend.
I’m wearing the lacy Express top that I recently purchased and blogged about here that pairs well with my skirt with a bottom frill. To complete the outfit, I’m wearing my favorite Louboutins, an understated Fendi purse, and Prada sunglasses. The designers were all getting along nicely.
My only regret is that my heels are tall and thin and those cobblestones were unforgiving even before the martinis. I had to walk very slooooooowly. My husband snapped a picture of me at my car just as I was about to swap these magnificent (impractical) shoes for some driving shoes (P.S. My car is a standard and I don’t dare drive her with the tall and tiny heels on my shoes for fear that they will snap off!) I’ve included a picture of the heels so you can see just how tall and thin they actually are. I’m not kidding, am I? Ah, but so beautiful….
Cheers to you and have a great weekend!
Christian Louboutin will be designing his interpretation of the Cinderella slipper. I can’t wait to see what it looks like and I can’t imagine what it will cost. Will there be two? Swarovski crystals? Oh the questions that are running through my mind…Enjoy.
Louboutin will celebrate Cinderella in the only way seemingly fit for a shoe designer: by creating his own interpretation of the infamous “glass slipper.” Christian Louboutin’s Cinderella Moment