Thursday, October 29, 2009

If you have to choose?

1) choice #1: Peep toe lace up Christian louboutins pumps 1075, on sale for $500

2) Choice # 2: Christian Louboutins fringe boots: $1575 on sale for $800

I am a classic pumps kind of girl, but sometime it is fun to go outside of my comfort zone. Its hard to make decision when you go shopping for shoes and you try on the one of a kind pair of shoes with the wrong outfit. It could make it hard to picture if the shooes would actually look good on with some of your outfits in your closet.
I went shoes shopping this week and I saw these two pairs of shoes in my size, I immediately went for the black suede boots, then I was browsing on Jack & Jil blog and I stumpled accross the lace up peep toe pumps today and now I am so confused...I wish I could spend another $500 to get the other one as well, but its not always that easy when you already set a limit on how much you could spend on fun things for the month.....what do do, which one to keep????

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

All leather

Recently I spotted Kate Moss wore a hot black leather sheath dress. I saw some very nice Chanel one on ebay, but they are not my size and and I am not attempted to buy since I know leather isn't easy to alter. I come up with a similiar version just as chic and hot, my mew Andrew Marc leather vest and DVF black leather skirt that I bought couple of years ago, and yet to wear it.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

lack of posting

my beautiful niece, she is only 13 and she is much much taller than I am. I'm 5'2 and wore 21/2 or 3 inches heels and she wore 2 inches heels and I am standing up to her eye level only so you do that math.

I don't really have readers so I am kind of lazy for posting anything anymore:). Below are some pictures from this past weekend. I had pictures of me trying on the dress but never really wore it out, it was my first time wearing my dress. People say no white after labor day, but I am from TX, and I can careless, I wear what I feel like when I feel like and if it is pretty.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Something to look forward to

I did lots of thinking this week, and I decided that I'll be going back to grad school next year. So in the Spring 2010, I will start my first semester for a graduate program, MPM (master of project management). At the end of the program, I will earn my master and of course have to pass the test to be PMP certified.
My shopping budget will be reduced tremendously starting next year, but meanwhile there is something to look forward to:
1) Meeting with my graduate advisor on Tuesday after-work to discuss my option to further my education

2) Expecting for the arrival of a new item I ordered