Tagged style blogging

Meghan_header
0

A Tall Drink of Lemonade from Dellez Tall

I am not sure if it was a result of being awkwardly tall or shy or maybe a combination of both, but when I was younger I wanted nothing more than to blend in and be the same as everyone else. I tried desperately to avoid drawing attention to myself and constantly begged my parents…

Lizheader
1

Summer Ready with Dellez Tall

Photo Credit: Karin Londgren Summer is finally here! I’ll admit that summers are very hard for me (I’m a complete snow bunny), but even I am excited to wear lighter layers, shorter sleeves, open-toed sandals, and sunglasses as an excuse for headbands 24/7. DC is very much a learned love of mine (I completely hated…

SoP_product3
1

Find Your Shoesonality with Shoes of Prey

When my much awaited custom shoes from Shoes of Prey arrived at my office, I had to open them straightaway—there was simply no waiting until the end of the day. The box was an showstopper in of itself—matte black, and tied up with a thick grosgrain ribbon. Upon opening, a mound of shiny embossed black tissue revealed…

Design-Custom-Made-Shoes-Shoes-Of-Prey-Shoes-of-Prey-Google-Chrome-29112012-120148-PM-1024x522
0

How-To Custom Shoe with Shoes of Prey

They say scarcity breeds desire. Nowhere is this more evident than in my shoe closet. The common frustration that I face as a size 12-13 shoehound is that I can always imagine the shoes I’d love to wear, but can’t actually find them. I default to what’s available, meaning lots of shoe-canoes clutter my closet…

kk_ss5_web
0

The Better Peep Toe Show from Sensational Soles

The last time I can remember wearing a peep toe heel was my sophomore year of college. On very early eBay, I scored a pair of lightly-used Nine West, size 11 gold peep toe pumps. They arrived in time for the spring formal, but the gold leather was scratched and scraped and they were a…

kk2_web
0

Gingham Style from Long Tall Sally

Good ol’ gingham. The origin of this punchy, woven cotton or linen fabric dates back to the 17th century. The first ginghams were originally exported to Europe via Dutch-colonized Malaysia, and they were striped; not checked (“gingham” is borrowed from the Malay adjective for “striped”). When the Brits started manufacturing fabrics in the 18th century,…