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It may be June but I've got my eyes set on the fall clothes, specifically these shoes from the Anna Molinari collection.
Hi. I've noticed that you've answer people's questions about where they might find certain clothes and such. So I was wondering if maybe you could figure some stuff out for me too. Okay, firstly, I was wondering what brand this polo is. It has 2 or 3 "X"s in the logo area in the top left hand side of the polo and there is also an "X" on each side of the polo down by the hip/hem of the shirt. I've also seen that the polo has "prep" written on the collar when you flip it up. Another question is where might I get cute, vintage, unique, CHEAP clothes? I want to stray away from the mainstream "Abercrombie/Hollister/AE" look. I also need to get a nice, summery, flowy? dress for several occasions coming up including my brother's graduation and my promotion, as well. I'd like to keep my wallet as full as possible. Any suggestions? Oh yeah. One more question. What's the difference between a wedge and an espadrille? I've always wondered...anyways, I would greatly appreciate it if you could answer these questions and maybe e-mail me back.
Hi Leith,Let me say first that I love the dress! Anthropologie is one of the best places to get dresses. Red shoes would look stunning with this dress and definitely bring more color to the grey seersucker. But, I have fallen in love with these rouched kitten heels from Seychelles. The pointy toes would add a littl edge to the dress and since they are only a kitten heel you'll be perfectly comfortable and will not be hobbling up to get your diploma! They are a little bit more than your budget at $78 but the price tag is fine when you think about how many times you will be able to wear these shoes. Besides, if you want to bring color to the outfit you always have jewelry and purses. Maybe you could put a flower in your hair?
I don't know if you can figure out anything, but considering my friends and I have spent every waking hour of our pathetic lives on this perhaps you (who I admire for your blog and fashion philosophy/style/ideas) can give me a hand. Our graduation is coming up, and I bought this dress. Considering it was kind've exspensive for me, I don't want to spend more than like $70 on shoes. I'm tall already, so I'm not desperate for heels, but I was thinking either some kind of red flat or espadrille. Do you have any ideas?
I couldn't figure out how to e-mail my question, so I'll ask in comments. The school board passed a board on uniforms. "Standard dress" (same difference) And I have a complex about dressing the same as anyone else. How can I dress up my uniform without being sent home? We can wear polos: maroon, white, black, and grey; khaki (gag), black, and navy blue pants; Solid belts, socks, and tights; and closed toe and heel shoes. I know. It's painful, right?