December 07, 2009

Transitional Boots

Well its been about 48 hours since my H1N1 vacine and I'm still alive!  Whew!  It was being offered at the company nurse's office for Category 2 people, so I thought I'd get one yesterday.  I'm Cat2 because of the whole bronchitis 3-week-off-work-every-year thing (NOT this YEAR!!! that's my goal...)

We are about to start getting raining weather, so I thought I'd wear these adorable boots  that I had ordered back in September.  I was thinking they would work best for Spring, but they are so cute I had to wear them at least once before the weather turns really cold.  I had first saw them on Chloe's blog and had to order pair from Go  They aren't leather, which concerns me, only because if I trip scratch them, I don't know how I'll repair the damage, and yes, I'm always having to have a shoe repaired.  I'm one of Nordstrom's best shoe repair customers! 

I tried wearing skinny jeans both in and out.  I'm short, so I think out worked best for me, but in shows off the boot.  In spring I think they will be adorable with skirts!

Tried to take a 'mirror' picture so that the boots could be visualized as part of  an outfit, but the flash was not cooporating...

This adorable flower is so Anthro-eque, but was made by a local artist in a fabric shop that I've discovered.

This paper Tee has the sweetest design, it is made for layering and peeked out under the bottom of the olive sweater.  The color picked up the boots and pulled this casual outfit together.  Did I mention that I found this top and a green one at Target for only $10.00 a piece?!  Squeal!


Bunny Rose Cottage said...

WONDERFUL POST!! Those boots flat out ROCK! You have the best fashion sense! SO lucky to have all of these wonderful clothes!!
Love ya,

Who's that Gamine? said...

Friggin' Awesome Boots!



Jacqueline said...

Love your new boots!

Fashion Chalet said...

Aw, thank you. Your comments are all so sweet. I know what you mean about playing blog catch up. A day away can literally feel like a month, so I can only imagine a few days or weeks away... :)

Happy Holidays dear. You've inspired me to embrace more red lipstick for the Season!


Susu Paris Chic said...

Hi there Shari!

(Btw, I love your name!) Thank you so much for your story-comment! I'm proud to be a Hello Kitty fan... and a Barbie fan too.

Those shoes look very 'in vogue'. I haven't dared getting into them... I'm afraid my husband would freak out "trop mode" ("too fashion') he'd say... You carry those boots marvelously and they can really personalize an outfit!

Angela said...

very chic shoes! love it.

l'air du temps said...

so glad you're feeling alright after your flu shot. keep feeling good all winter long!

i have to admit those boots are incredibly cute! i think it doesn't matter how you wear them, they are so cute it's almost as if anything works.

btw, thanks so much for the deeply kind and inspiring words you left on my blog. i haven't written in a while, your words inspire me to keep it up. thank you!

have a sweet week...

LPC said...

Love that tshirt.

Princess Freckles said...

Cool boots! I have debating the H1N1 shot. We will see.

Bunny, the Paris House said...

Wow those boots rock!! I am so glad you did well with the vaccine. We had it about a month ago and all did well, I hope it prevents your bronchitis!!
I was looking at your posts below and I love the Jonothan Adler Barbie, I just may have to get it. I still have a lot of my barbie things, when my nieces come over I take them out and we play!!

Headbands and Hand Bags said...

So those boots would not work well here, so much snow, but they look fab on you! Love the pin! so many talented people out there!!

WendyB said...

Love the boots.

deep_in_vogue said...

Oh the boots are fantastic!!