I’m wearing: burlington coat factory jacket, jcrew men’s shirt, echo scarf, seven for all mankind jeans, sorel boots, topshop mittens
Lucky for me, it snowed like crazayyy in Chicago this past weekend. Surely I can affirm to have never seen this much in my entire life. It was seriously beautiful (and freezing but who cares). Other than the fact that I almost smashed my face on the ice twice (can’t tell the difference between soft snow and slippery ice yet, but promise to pay more attention next time) we had a blast playing in and sampling the powdery snow. It wasn’t yellow though, and that I can tell.
I’m wearing: topshop blouse and hat, seven for all mankind jeans, dkny coat, arezzo boots
I love when retailers dive into inventive mode with their winter hat designs. There’s not much you can do if the main requirement is as demanding as preserving your body heat in place, but Topshop totally hit the right note with this cat-hat. See how it turns a lame winter ensemble into something more intriguing?
You know when you hear about a product you think is a great idea but don’t believe you’ll ever actually need it and then someone buys it for you? That’s how my story began with Fast Flats ($14.29) (shoes that were made to replace your heels midway through the night.) But just that statement alone didn’t take me to Walgreens to grab a pair. It took my husband, who reports on hearing non-stop complaints that my feet were hurting during our trip to Vegas. I don’t believe him!
But I did recall my feet stopped hurting after I gave them a try (he had already spent the money, might as well use it). And what a ble-s-sing! Best invention ever, hands down. Let me walk you through.
They feel like you’re barefoot. Is that supposed to be a good thing? Yes, and you know good and well how it feels to touch flat surface after hours of standing on a stick (aka stilettos). Then why not play wild card with your own flats? No need to buy a new pair when you can bring your own, right? If your flats are so bendy they’ll fit in a itty bitty clutch, the one you usually take out on this type of occasion, be my guest. I know my flats won’t fit in anything smaller than a shoulder bag, and I’m a 6 1/2.
Let’s face it, they are kind of ugly. Still better than the next best thing, which are flip-flops, and we don’t wanna go there. Unless it’s summertime and not a special occasion. The last question I asked my husband: Oh yeah? Now where am I supposed to store the shoes I was wearing before? No answer. He carried it for me all night. I’m a lucky gal.
I’m wearing: bloomingdales scarf, h&m sweater dress and boots, zara pants, tom ford sunglasses, sister in law’s glove, swatch watch, trevita and hellen lima bracelets
Alright, I know these photos turned out t0 be more about the bug than the outfit itself, but don’t you just love my mother-in-law’s red convertible? It’s the cutest car ever. I want one! As for the outfit, if I’m being honest it’s just playing a supporting role in this production. Talking about supporting roles, the Golden Globe’s last night were so much fun to watch. In my opinion, Salma Hayek and Sophia Vergara knocked it out of the park, both sporting beautiful gowns and stunning figures. Oh to be a Hollywood star!
I talked so much about my Vegas trip this week it’s only fair I let you guys take a glimpse beyond the limited photo backgrounds of Viva Las Vegas and Encore posts. It’s always best to let the images do the talking (I really suck at being descriptive).
beautiful sunset as we headed back to the airport
louis vuitton window display
the view from our room
I’m wearing: h&m shirt, topshop sweater, seven for all mankind jeans, boutique 9 boots, urban outfitter bag and belt, tom ford sunglasses
Ah how I miss the days of hanging out at the Encore garden. If I must recommend an over the top, fantastic, swanky hotel in Vegas, that is it. Restaurants: ridiculously good, decor: extra fancy (and modern), casino: less smoke than any other, customer service: off the charts. What’s not to love. Just look at my “satisfied customer” pose and you shall be convinced.