Out of character for me, I stayed in a neutral palette on this day wearing a beige dot Zara top, white Zara blazer and blush pink RED Valentino trousers. Plus it's been so summery here that I'm pulling out all my open toe shoes and sandals. I love these Stuart Weitzman nude platform peep toe numbers.
I can't tell you how relieved I am that tomorrow is Friday. Work has been a total bear; there truly are not enough hours in the day. This is evidenced by the fact that I worked a solid 14 hours today and still left with more on my desk than when I arrived at 6:30 this morning.
Saturday I was heading out to get my nails done, run some errands and then head to a last supper at a dear friend's place who is moving across the country sooner that I care to admit. The funny thing about this skirt is that both this friend and I bought it. But perhaps I should re-phrase, I at 5'9" bought this skirt, she at barely 5'1" bought the same thing though she calls it a dress. Go figure.
I should also give a mention to my fluorescent pink bag from Cambridge Satchel Company. It's so easy to hop around during the weekend with this cross body number and the bright fluoro is super fun.
My name is Lissy and I am a shoe-a-holic. They say admitting it is the first step. We all know, I don't need another pair of shoes. But oh, how a sky high platform heel taunts me and renders me powerless. Which leads me to what I thought was an innocent drive by to the Saks shoe sale where I spotted these.
I'd been on the hunt for the perfect nude patent platform but really wanted a closed toe shoe. But here these bow embellished numbers were, on sale and in my size, just staring me in the face. How could I not try them on? So I asked my very favorite shoe seller Monica to bring me my size to take them for a spin. I happened to mention to the lovely Monica that I really wanted something similar but without the peep toe. And she was oh so helpful and brought me these.
The Jimmy Choos were seemingly exactly what I was looking for. Nude patent. Check. Sky high heel. Check. Platform. Check. But how is a girl to choose between the Fendi's and the Choo's? I mean, the Choo's met my exact requirements but the Fendi's were on sale (plus they had a bow!). So I got them both. And yes, I have a shoe problem. Now that I've admitted it, I can take the next step to curing this disease. Or not.