As many of you know, I look at Valentine’s Day and the days leading up to this day of “love” as the perfect time for me to grab deals on candy, clothes and lingerie! Love me 365 days baby but, on Valentine’s Day, let me love myself with some shopping!
This year my love goes towards dressing my feet in some red stuff. I found great styles that works for everyone, and deals for those who don’t want to spend a ton on some red heels. Red heels will be a good way to incorporate some pop-of-color into your outfit, just make sure that when you buy these sexy heels, that you know how to walk in them. You do not want to bring attention to your flaws with some red, because you will be talked about by people, like me!
The Hunterboots are still around me, especially with New York not wanting to break-off it’s relationship with snow these past couple of weeks. So I’ve had to tolerate the H rubber wellies taking over the sidewalks.
Now, it seems that Hunter wants to extend their stay through the Spring-Summer seasons with simple thongs, raffia-soled wedges, clogs, and platform sandals.
I’m all for a company capitalizing on what they have and making a profit, so please join Dolce Vita, Jeffrey Campbell and Kathryn Amberleigh on the pavements for the hotter months this year, but be warned Hunter, a price tag of $250 for clogs will most likely put you on sale early in the season and the Hunter logo, best to keep it hidden on the insole of the shoe. Don’t think the HUNTER letters will complete the look with a printed summer dress.
Another shopping job that I couldn’t refuse! Professional dancer turn UN employee, Marysa Dayton, is on the hunt for a cool pair of riding boots. Not a very simple style of boot, but still a bit classic. A pair of riding boots that she can wear for years to come and still look chic every time she puts them on, There is one detail I have to pay attention to for Marysa, she has slim legs, therefore her boots should not be too loose or have a wide opening. My sister, who is also on the slender side, had a nightmare finding a pair of riding boots earlier in the year until I saved her, so helping Marysa should be a bit easier second time around.