I had a fair amount to do on the weekend so I hung up my heels (so to speak) in favour of my new flats. I love these flats. I never thought I would say this but I think I may be converted or at least accepting of flats. It's a new thing for me and my feet are still adjusting to having full contact with the earth and seeing the world from a good four inches lower than my normal viewing plane.
This pair, unlike my Christian Louboutin leopard print flats, are very slipper like with a full tapestry floral inlaid design. They can be rather 'pretty' and 'ladylike' looking due to the print, fabric texture and being a slimmer cut running narrow on the foot. This can be nice, but I don't like items that have to be pigeoned holed and since I don't do 'pretty' too often, I decided to play with them a bit and contrast them with a men's comic tee. It's borrowed and so really over sized for my frame. A couple of rolls of the sleeves really combated this issue and voila! I had a fun outfit.
I've been eyeing off so many of the graphic print tees this season but the prices are just insane! Although this particular tee is borrowed from my boyfriend's closet, I generally buy men's printed tee's in random little boutiques. They are ten times cheaper than the designer ones, great quality and always a better fit than the women's clothing designs. Plus there are so many to choose from. I've been told that women dipping in to the men's section for certain clothing is gaining momentum. Has anyone else had success with this too?
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What I'm wearing:
Dolce & Gabbana tapestry slippers (HERE)
J Brand Denim 811 mid-rise twill skinny jeans (HERE)
Mishka men's tee (borrowed)
Ray Ban limited edition (button inside print) wayfarer (similar HERE)