Last night, Tim and I were invited out to dinner to celebrate the birthday of our good friend’s mother. She is eighty-three years young and I thoroughly enjoyed the stories she had to tell. I hope that my stories are as interesting when I’ve reached her age.
For the evening, I chose a simple navy blue Calvin Klein dress with a white blazer I just purchased from Zara. I love the back on this blazer–I think the faux grommets take it from an ordinary blazer to a wow blazer.
[Shopping info: Dress is Calvin Klein; Blazer is Zara here; shoes are Christian Louboutin here; purse is Fendi Baguette; sunglasses are Chanel; Jewelry: necklace and earrings are Steinmart, ring is a gift from Tim; bracelets are flea market find and bought in Lake Garda, Italy]
Beth Shak gets to keep the shoes! On June 24th, I blogged about Beth Shak, a lady who was being sued by her ex-husband three years after their divorce for “hiding” over 1200 pairs of shoes (700 of them are Louboutins)…gee my heart stops beating for a second even now when I think about how many Louboutins she possesses. I personally get a bit giddy over my three pairs… But I digress…
Anyway, she was on “The View” today and discussed the fact that her husband dropped the case after he testified, and just before her daughter was going to testify. Apparently, he was aware of the fact that aFourier of them (he, she, and three children) were aware of the room where she stored/displayed her shoes and that they had all stood in that very room. Note: It had once been the youngest son’s room but he moved to another room so that she could create the walk-in closet. How do you keep that a secret?
The ladies discussed that since the ex-husband was very rich and did not need the money he would get for suing her for the shoes, their consensus was that it was a very petty move on his part and that he did it to get back at her.
From my shoes, I have to agree that it appears to be the case.
Anyway, I am very glad that the case has been dropped as I think it sets a dangerous precedent. See my earlier post comments section for my thoughts on this.
P.S. How cool is the backdrop for this interview! I love it!