Thursday, January 20, 2011

Ummm.... Happy New Year.

Yeah, I guess I missed that post.

I will not bore you with an apology for not updating. I didn't. I failed. I have not been crafty. I need some Martha in my life and she just is not here.

So the issue at hand is when are you too old to wear sparkle boots.... particularly these boots. 

I wore these today to work.  I take advantage of days when it snows or is icy as an excuse to expand my wardrobe. What other justification do you have for buying $10 boots from Old Navy's kid section???? Can't think of any, can you. The only reason is to add a little sass to cold boring days.
Back to the issue.
I think I can still wear these..... because I am still in my 20's.... heheh, barely... but still very much there. Am I going to have to start maturing my style??? Beth Moore say "Everyone woman gets the same allotted time to be young" (I am reading her first time..... many references may come in the next 7 weeks) Does that mean a big no to dressing a bit weird, mismatching, and wearing more than one pattern? I don't want to become that teacher I made fun of in high school..... And you totally know which teacher that is! But then I go back to my theory that in regards to fashion, "Anything can look good, you just have to wear it with confidence" This theory does exclude any type of swimsuit and any type of mini skirt on women over 50. Well lawsy, I am just talking in a big round circle and took you with me. Sorry.

I like these boots. I think I will wear the boots. And I may even do it when I am 30.


**This is what I think about while my sisters are busy making sure their kids aren't coughing, aren't running a temperature, and aren't dying from anything else that the crazy sicknesses of January 2011 has to offer. Use this post as a 2 second escape.


ann said...

I saw you in them today. You rocked it!

Tara Hicks said...

done...loved the the boots...and just remember that 30 is the new least that is the line you guys tried to feed me. love you!

KC said...

Love the boots! Wish Madi had some to match!! I loved the escape as well, however, I am sitting in a house that is so quiet. Not sure I am liking it very much.

AK said...

Thank you Ann!!

Tara we weren't lying...... at least we better not have been. :)

KC you are going to have to embrace the quiet. Its a glorious sound!

Meghan S. said...

Those are cute!!!
You are very trendy!