Where better to celebrate America than in the city of music??
Making sure that my suitcase was filled with an appropriately patriotic colour themed wardrobe, I ventured to Nashville for the Independence Day long weekend.
Flag accessory mandatory on the 4th July!
Yes, even my nails were in the spirit!
Boots for him…
Boots for her…
Shorts – similar here
Shirt – similar here
Bag – CHANEL
Belt – similar here
Shoes – Airwalk
Bracelet – similar here or here
Here’s to boot scootin’ and the friendly people in the South.
My four-foot-nothing height has lead me to constantly seek that extra few inches.
So I live in heels. I can walk, jog, run, climb, cook, clean – you name it, and I could do it in heels.
Now there is a difference between being able to do something in heels – and wanting to.
I don’t particularly want to travel in them. I certainly do not, I repeat DO NOT, want to wear my precious heel on the NYC subway.
Pretty shoes, such pretty shoes, in the smelly, dirty subway. NO NO NO NO NO.
Shoes are like a work of art to me. I cannot and will not walk around carelessly destroying their delicate designs, scratching my favourite red soles.
I mean I did on occasion. Believe me I was not happy about it. I needed a solution to keep me sane on my daily subway ride to and from work.
If I was to be caught wearing flats, they better be pretty. Seriously.
Jimmy Choo flats – enter stage left. Gorgeous, comfortable and practical for the subway.
They have however had their time and I have literally worn them to death.
Ripped backs, lost JC plate, lost flower on one…. Goodbye to my Choo.
Obviously the proof of subway dangers lies in my unwearable Choo’s. But what now? Which shoe can replace my travel companion?
So some new choices need to be made.
Pigalove Black Patent/Silver Strass Flats $1,595
Jimmy Choo WHIRL Textured Glitter Leather Ballet Flats
Jimmy Choo WEBER Suede and Crystal Ballet Flats $550