Just because they make it in your size, doesn’t mean you should wear it…I firmly believe this. The above boots did not flatter me at all. The Thighland [left] looked hideous on and had an odor [The main pro was the shade of grey, closely followed by the lower block heel]. The Tyliee [center] looked like a great crispy fried chicken drumstick [really, who wants to make their thighs look larger! The main pros were the color and the comfort of the heel.]. The Guess boot [right, forgot the style name – utterly forgettable and the in person grey had a hint of purple…the main pro was nothing 🙂 ] was just cheap and baggy – their stuff never impresses me.
**I fully know, there is some stunning lady who can pull each of these of – I, however, am not her.**
The boots I did like, and settled on in the Wine, Black and Natural colors, were the Mark Fisher Humor OTK boots. Infant keeps me busy so flats are a must. My To Do List is too long to be tottering around on heels most days [Sundays are another matter – hence the Halogen Noble – which I don’t really recommend as it isn’t that comfortable].
In college my girls and I always said ‘know your role‘ – and it still applies. I have little need of heels…and even less patience for them. In a flat, I can be a reasonably stylish mom without sacrificing speed or comfort.
IDK – some unknown night out 🙂
Working from Home
Playing Taxi for Infant
Something…using accessories to dress it up or down as needed!
Daily Grind – This girl loves plaid!
Sashay Any Day All Day
I really like the versatility…sure flats don’t have the same appeal as heels, but, at the end of the day, money is wasted on unworn shoes/boots.
Wine is always welcome…in a bottle 🙂 or as a pop of color in an otherwise mundane outfit.
Note to self -> you’ve enough boots now. Rings, however, are a bit sparse 🙂