Hi All! Who’s ready for end-of-term? Much as I’m enjoying my two courses this term, I cannot wait for this term to be over. Because then I’ll be on research leave for 6 months and can wear mostly real pyjamas – not office pyjamas – for much of the winter.
To pass the time until then, I offer two ensembles that can be seen comfortably. Mostly because of these new patent leather booties. With the platform, they’re barely high heels at all. This is good as I am trying to retire from wearing uncomfortable shoes. I’ve completely lost patience with footwear that hurts my feet, knees, hips, and back; and I’m no longer willing to tolerate shoes in which I can do little more than mince or tiptoe around.
1. Belting a Cardigan Like we Did Back in the Day (i.e. 2008)
2. Black and Gold and Booties
And finally, let’s finish today’s Sei Shōnagon-inspired list:
Things That Can be Seen Comfortably
1. These booties.
2. The first snow of the season (already happened here, fyi – probably you’re jealous)
3. Cherry blossoms anywhere (seriously: online, in visual media, in person – they’re always exquisite)
4. Puppies and kittens
What will you add to the list, StyleNation?
What visual things are comfortable for you to see?