More clothing talk! I’ll be back tomorrow with something not related to clothes, so feel free to check back then if my wardrobe just isn’t your thing.
I realized that I haven’t shown you two items that I purchased with gift cards from the holidays/my birthday. Surprising no one who knows me in real life, I purchased shoes.
First, sandals. Earlier in the summer I posted a blog of all of my shoes and I mentioned that one of the pairs of sandals was at least four years old. Well, they died. I wore them all the time when I was on vacation and they finally did snap shortly after we got home. Feel free to tell me if you hate my new pair because I’m genuinely curious. In New England (that place I think I live) plenty of adults wear these shoes. But I know that in other parts of the country this brand is considered toddler shoes. Behold, my Salt Water sandals:
Now I could have gotten a more mature color (they come in black/navy/white/red/tan) but then I wouldn’t be me. Besides – I already have a pair of sandals in a dark green leather. They are between $35 and $40 on Amazon. Be warned: some places like to mark these up a LOT. I’ve seen them for $80 (!!!!!) in hipster-y boutiques. Don’t pay that much.
I also bought a pair of Chelsea boots for fall. They were from the Topshop pop-in at Nordstrom. Special snowflake statement coming: I have a hard time finding boots without tongues that can fit over my really high arches. Boo hoo. Chelsea styles work really nicely for me because of the elastic pieces near the heel. Hot feet are uncool so I’m not wearing these yet but I’ve worn them at home and they are really comfortable!
So there you go. I didn’t actually buy any clothing in July. I don’t need anything else for summer – heck, I don’t want anything else for summer at this point. It’s too warm to be thinking about fall clothing and that’s all that seems to be in stores right now.
And as always I’ll be liking this post with Franish once hers goes live.