Thursday, July 14, 2011
This shoe has been around for hundreds of years, and it never gets dated. Its a clean line, a great support for the feet, and always makes for a polished look. These great shoes can be worn a number of ways:With Shorts-My fav. geek chic look, with a chino, with denim, and of course to the office. I perfer them to a hard shoe because they offer more flex and comfort to the foot. Similarly if I need to go an unexpected walk in the forrest they can handle. I love that! This shoe takes us to the Brogue, Loafer, Penny Loafer, Maryjane, and even the moccassin....so here are a few of my favs. to start. EnjoyOxford shoes were originally shoes that were worn by men at universities, but over the years, they have been changed. The shoes arrived in the U.S. market much later and the changes in fashion and women’s interest in men’s clothes it leads to experimentation with Oxford shoes and led to the creation of women’s shoes in Oxford. The shoe manufacturer took advantage of the women carry the market and recognized the need for comfortable shoes, and today you can many kinds of shoes for women are available to Oxford. excerpt c/o Theme: Coraline by Automattic Proudly powered by WordPress.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Friday, July 8, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
This lovely hotel was known as "the jewel of the desert!" and I am so excited to feature it. Hopefully I will be able to pay a visit to this chic destination just before fall. I feel that is a comfortable time to go. This Mysterious, Romantic, and Unique hotel was co-designed my one of my all time favorite Architects-Frank Lloyd Wright, along with architect Albert McArthur...he stated the overall layout, but eventually Wrights 6 conceptual sketches lead the way to the completion of this masterpiece. Here are a few shots to admire (c/o Arizona Biltmore.com)-I had to start with an image of the boutique first! Currently reading: "Frank Lloyd Wright:The Western Work," my inspiration.
Friday, July 1, 2011
Fat Face collared shirt, £25
Textile Elizabeth and James cuffed shorts, $165
Ralph Lauren Collection mid calf boots, $749
Ralph Lauren Collection leather handbag, £855
Bing Bang chain necklace, $195
Straw fedora, $29
Bajra cashmere scarve, $179