Monday, December 10, 2012

More Painful Shoes

My interpretation:

Cardigan: Old Navy; T-shirt: Gap; Pants: New York & Company;
Shoes: Anne Klein via DSW; Necklace: gift

One of these days, I'm going to buy comfortable shoes again, or at least bring others shoes to wear when walking around outside. My toes were all crunched up after wearing these for a little bit. They felt fine for the 10 seconds I had them on my feet at the store, but I s'pose that's how it goes.

Sorry for the wrinkly pants. My main goals with this outfit were comfort and warmth, which is why I went with one of my warmest sweaters instead of a blazer.



  1. I hate when that happens!!! Shoes that appear to be comfortable morph into torture devices by 10am and you find every excuse no to get up and walk around. Then when you do, there's about 10 seconds where you think you might be okay, but then the torture starts again!

    You look like you have lost more weight! You go girl!

    1. Thanks! I haven't recently. I've been pretty bad. I think the clothes get most of the credit. The pants are a size too big, and the cardigan is from like 2005 when I was a lot skinnier. I guess wide on the bottom and fitted on top works for me! Basically the opposite silhouette of what's trendy now.

  2. Cute! I really like your "killer" shoes!! I hate when that happens with cute shoes!! Please don't ruin your feet for style!

  3. girl, you gotta start buying shoes that aren't painful!!
    these are pretty darn cute though