I have a problem. An internal conflict if you will. I think that I am supposed to buy a pair of shoes. The accessory gods are willing it, sending me messages everywhere I go.
I saw them in the Nordstrom catalog in July, instantly fell in love with them, saw the price, and cried myself to sleep. They are Vera Wang and over $500.
So then when I am in Providence, RI one weekend I go to the mall head straight for the Nordstrom and lo and behold it is their Anniversary Sale and the boots are around $300. I saw it as a sign that I was supposed to buy them, but the price tag was still too steep.
Yesterday I was in the new Nordstrom Rack in NYC and the boots were there. In my size. My size was the only one. Fate? They were $199.
I feel like I am being tested. Do I wait to see if they will go down in price anymore? Or does my next paycheck go to them?
Vera Wang has really outdone herself. But that is what is expected when you are dressing a former President’s daughter. The soft cascading on the skirt of the dress was not an announcement of glamor, rather a proclamation of it. The jeweled belt which sat just above the hips was beautiful and well crafted, it did not look like a bejeweled nightmare, which often happens. Chelsea Clinton looked stunning in the Vera Wang creation, stunning and soft but still grown up. She looked like a bride, comfortable in both the dress and who she has become as a person, and absolutely in love with her husband.
Diane von Furstenberg tote
President Obama was in town last night (NYC that is) for a little fundraising dinner hosted by Anna Wintour. I love this. I really do. The whole fashion industry really got behind Obama, designing shirts, reusable tote bags, putting Michelle on the cover of Vogue and creating more eco-friendly clothing.
Tracy Reese Shirt
The dinner cost $30,400 per person and was attended by some of America’s finest, most prominent designers, such as Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, and Donna Karan.
It has also been announced that after much consideration, Chelsea Clinton has decided on a gown designed by Vera Wang to wear during her much anticipated wedding to Marc Mezvinsky.
Marc Jacobs Shirt
I actually think fashion and politics have more in common than they would like to admit. Both have a foundation in money, relationships, who you know and they are both deeply seeded in change. Fashions change just as much as who is in power.
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