I just realized I haven't had any sunglasses up and running on the StyleShaker shopping lists as of late, and for no good reason. For shame.
I will say however, that Tom Ford's Bardot Cat Eye sunglasses make up for any accessory deficit there was. Follow those sunnies up with a feathered ankle boot, the perfect jumper from Wildfox Couture, and a leather jacket to put all other leather jackets to shame from none other than Mackage, and today it shaping up to be a very good day...
Are you as in love with these as I am? Cat eyes are settling into their new home on every fashion trend list out there. Surely you can see why. Meow...
Warning: don't forget to blink. These feather ankle boots form Nicholas Kirkwood will stun you, in a good way. In the best of ways. Navy suede....mmmm hmmm.
If you follow the StyleShaker you know about my raging addiction to all things 'jacket.' Throw the word leather in front of that, and I go into a full-blown shopping frenzy. Restraints may be necessary. Mackage is today's enabler:
source: 1. Tom Ford Black Bardot Cat Eye Sunglasses (www.my-wardrobe.com), 2. Nicholas Kirkwood Feather Boot Navy Suede (www.elizabeth-charles.com), 3. Juliet & Company Aimer Sucreries Necklace (www.shopbop.com), 4. Mackage Wool Trim Leather Jacket (www.ssense.com), 5. Wildfox Couture Leopard Spots Baggy Beach Jumper (www.shopthetrendboutique.com)
See where the rest of the picks go when they're not making their shopping cameos on the site. It's a little spot we lovingly call our 'happy place.' Check out the StyleShaker virtual closet:
And if there ever was a time to get some quotable inspiration, now would be it right? Right. Cue a little enlightenment from the complex mind of Edgar Allen Poe:
Why save all of your dreams for when you're eyes are closed? Seriously, when you walk down the street (or through the halls of the office building, etc) with open eyes, truth really can be stranger than fiction.
It may just be me, but when I get down to some creative writing time (which is never enough in my everyday life), I've penned some pretty interesting stories of characters based (not even close to loosely) on the people I've worked with over the years. These day dreaming moments were my sanctuary in the middle of board meetings that would include forty page decks punctuated by hundreds of bullet points each explained by one monotonous voice or another.
My imagination saved me on those days. Without it, I'd probably have turned cubicle-beige on the inside, and that's just not right.
Make it a game. Try to find something extraordinary in the ordinary today. It's easier than you think.
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