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Heels and Wedges Got Me Hooked

There’s nothing I love more than a great pair of shoes. In fact, I don’t even have a large array of shoes to choose from in my wardrobe. I tend to find my staple shoes. I have an ankle book that I recently wore out and have replaced with a monk strap, moto boot that zips in the back from Zara that I found on sale in New York. zaramonkIt was a lucky find as I believe the original price was $120 and I was going to snatch them up a month or so before. I also have the Versace x H&M buckled sneaker, a light suede boot that laces and zips, a Corcoran Marauder boot that I suggest to anyone wanting a true combat boot, and a few others that I may or may not wear.

While in New York, I added an affordable rain boot from Marc by Marc Jacobs. It was a great $30 purchase I don’t regret. I have been able to wear them around the yard when letting my dog out and as their proper use in the rain. What shoe that I’m going to speak of is what I received before NYFW. I finally broke down, and as a gift, I got the Jeffrey Campbell (The Damned) Switchblade. switchbladeSome of you may know that their is a men’s line of Jeffrey Campbell’s  that is known as The Damned that include heels and wedges for men. I find this to be very limiting and I will never understand why Jeffrey Campbell doesn’t include sizes on women’s shoes to make them fully unisex, but at the end of the day, I still have my babies. I find it so heteronormative that in this day there is such a separation of women’s attire and menswear. There is no sex to clothing and hopefully someday as a society this will change.

The Switchblade has a heel of 4 1/2″ with a 1/2″ platform. The interesting shape had me sold from the get-go. Now, what I regret is not also purchasing the Pixie Man. The wedges are perfection in every way. Alas, they’re all sold out, but my dreams came true a few days ago. While playing on eBay, I found a seller of the Damned x B Calla Fred wedge, which is the same wedge, just with camo fabric on the outside. I don’t do camo, so I will be dying them upon receiving them and will document the process and results.
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Wish me luck.

Catch up

I’ve taken a break from blogging. I felt I didn’t have anything worthwhile to say, and maybe I still don’t, but I still want my voice heard. Whether my topics be on my love of fashion to relationship struggles, I will make myself as useful as possible.

My next few posts will be covering NYFW in February and then we’ll move on from there. My move to New York is imminent, so I see this as the perfect opportunity to catch up and continue what I started.

Joan and Me

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Joan Smalls and Me

Oh! did I mention my encounter with Queen Joan Smalls? She was absolutely gorgeous this day in leather and sheer fabric with red lips, while I, a shaky wee-lad, was dressed in Zara. She was polite and told me it was a pleasure meeting me after asking for my name.

Complete adoration for Miss Smalls. Joan and Me. Sounds like a made for Lifetime television movie event.

P.S. Sorry for the slouchy look. A blogger isn’t always their best when around the gods.

You had me at balls…

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Two classic beef sliders. One with pesto; one with parmesan cream.

The Meatball Shop.

While strolling for brunch in the LES the lazy day after New York Fashion Week’s ending, my sister and I randomly decided on this cute restaurant on 84 Stanton St. Much to our dismay, there would be no eggs and bacon, but this turned out to be far better than some chicken’s ova. This turned out to be our best dining decision of the trip.

There are three locations within the city, and since I’m not a local, I haven’t yet heard of this place. I love meat and boy do I love balls, so it was naturally a match made in heaven.

Also, if you’re strictly against meat, vegetarian options are available.

Eat some balls.