The shoes are mine. And now you all can breathe easy... I know it was troubling you as much as me. (no?) Buying $19 shoes from Target is apparently a sleep-losing-decision for me. Dropping $4 on a latte though doesn't get a second glance. What is my world coming to? Coffee before shoes?
I will say they are VERY comfy... the key to super high heels for me is an ankle strap. It steadies my foot or something, makes it a lot easier to walk in than if these were just pumps. True facts, people. True facts.
This is my 'sitting rock'. Like it? The previous owners of our house had some extensive landscaping done, including having this rock installed. (I'm assuming with a rock this big there is some type of serious installation process). It blends in in a natural way... in the hot hot summer it's perfectly shaded and the kids love pretending it's a spaceship, race car, war bunker, etc. In a few weeks daffodils will sprout all around it. I kind of heart it.
I loved the effortless style of this outfit. The super high heels & fancy bun were the perfect ying to my husband's casual belt and ripped jeans yang. I'm not gonna lie, the belt got ditched after a trip to our favorite local Mexican place. We all ate ourselves into oblivion on chips and salsa and then the food came - am I the only one that does that?!
Sweatshirt, Target (similar)
White Top, Forever 21 (similar)
Belt, Husbands (similar women's version)
Watch, Michael Kors
Jeans, Gap (similar)
Nail Polish, Essie: Topless & Barefoot, my new *absolute* favorite! (dear essie, I better not get weird google hits for that nail polish name, k?)