January 13th, 2012
Two things we’re fond of: 1) white jeans and 2) men. However, we’re also fond of both our high school cheerleading uniform and the present, and we’re not sure they belong together either. What do you think ladies? Is this one step too far? Don’t hear us wrong. We love a little metro. Give us the Sevens. Give us the skinny ties. But white jeans…let’s save those for ourselves and Don Johnson.
January 11th, 2012
We wrote about our screaming-kids-in-the-iPhone-store induced poor decision on our last iPhone case. Okay, so we secretly liked it a little, but let’s be honest, pink + black and white polka dots is a little loud. We’ve now discovered the best brand for girlie, but classy iPhone cases in Jonathan Alder (thanks Reader Mo!), and they are around $25-28 (instead of $40 like our Kate Spade case). We like how ours (below) looks like a modern spin on our grandmother’s old couch. And it looks cute with the white iPhone! Plus he has all sorts of cute little travel coffee mugs, keychains, etc. that make cute gifts. Check them out.
December 21st, 2011
Sometimes you have your heart set on something, but life doesn’t always work out like you want it to. It is what it is. If Tory Burch boots allude you too, check out these cute Land’s End boots from Reader egray. They are $90 and a step up from the turquise Land’s End fleece you sported in fifth grade.
October 3rd, 2011
Bobos* everywhere love themselves some TOMS SHOES. Need more to fix your fancy? Now we have TOMS Sunglasses to enjoy! Love these Wayfarer look alikes…maybe even more than the real thing! Especially like the little color on the end of the arms.
*Essentially the person that Stuff White People Like was written about. Stands for Bohemian Bourgeois.
September 9th, 2011
We love these heels from J.Crew (“I live” as fashionista Reader Ellie tells us that NYC women say when they love something), but they are $250, and that’s ridiculous for shoes from J.Crew. Anyone seen some comparable heel / boot tan shoes for fall?
September 8th, 2011
Glasses without lens. Glasses without lens. What to say. What to say. Over breakfast last Sunday, we stumbled into an interesting conversation with a self proclaimed “redneck” (ew) about the trend of glasses without lens. We probably don’t need to elaborate on the redneck’s stance, but (as Carrie Bradshaw would say), “later that day, we got to thinking” about said trend. And we can’t lie….and we know we are about to get scalded in cyberspace…we think it’s kinda fun, funny, and playful. Sorry! Sorry it’s true! Curse me and my 20/20 vision. I want glasses! Sure, we get that it’s ridiculous, and we’d never do it (chill out emum), but there is something so ridiculous about it that it’s endearing (like Jersey Shore). And yes, it’s only for hipsters, and yes there are entire forums dedicated to how much people hate this trend, but let’s hear it ladies – what do you think about glasses without lens (even if you are actually not a hipster, except a little bit in your head)?
September 6th, 2011
Right after Labor Day, everyone wants us to write about one thing and one thing only. Can we continue to wear white…? Everyone always says it’s okay, but no one really ever does it. We always make bold claims about how we don’t care what antiquated fashion rules say, but then whenever we attempt to walk out of the house in our white jeans, it just feels wrong (and you may note that everything generally feels pretty right about our white jeans, as we’ve pretty much had a love affair with them for the past two summers as evidenced by half of the recent pics of me on this blog).
Even Emily Post’s Book of Etiquette (17th Edition) says white after Labor Day is okay…but we’re on the (white picket?) fence. In Georgia, summer ain’t going anywhere for awhile. So help us ladies, what’s the white thing to do? In the very least, check out these cute cropped Breton’s on sales.