...haunts my dreams. It's a beautiful coat and the fact it has an asymmetrical lapel, and button-front, just wows me.
Me wants it, my precious. (to quote Gollum)
I wasn't so sure about them at first because, well ,they are cork. The more I looked at them, the more I grew to love them. The cork has to be comfortable, as a material, because it is quite soft. The styling of the shoe is also beautiful and they would be wonderfully lightweight. If I saw them in a store at a reasonable price, I would definitely buy the sandals.
Then I wandered around Bluefly.com a little and noticed something...Weitzman is not the only designer to be using cork in shoes right now. Michael Kors is as well:
Not to mention the many designers who use cork as the base of their sandals this season....like Jimmy Choo:
Choo doesn't take it totally to extreme like Weitzman, nor do any of the other designer is have seen, except Kors. They tend to keep the cork as the base of the shoe. Weitzman uses it for the whole shoe:
Weitzman seems to love the material, cork, and use it to make whole shoes out of with only a bare minimum of metal and leather added.
So, I will be keeping an eye out on this trend because it seems to be growing and I am stumbling across more and more shoes online using cork as a shoe material.
*Goes back to drooling over those Weitzman cork sandals*
Above: Versace dark silver/grey croc leather tote
The Versace bag is so shiny and beautiful. It makes me wish I had the money to buy it because it would quickly become a favorite of mine. Ahhh...to be rich and be able to buy designer items to add to my wardrobe. That would be the life.
actually saw the YSL boots in a store and felt the "Ohhh shiny!" gravitational pull from them. I need to find a pair just like them because they look so comfortable and so modern.
possibilities to the bag's usage. It would go with so many things in my wardrobe.
I don't know who decided to use grey tweed in shoe construction and design but I am liking it. It looks clean and casual.
The Calypso blouse just screams to be worn out on the town...maybe on a stop at the martini bar or a nicer restaurant. I like the almost metallic sheen the blouse has.
These are just a few examples...that I am currently drooling over...of my love of grey clothing items. I just had to share.