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Thursday, August 24, 2006

Sqeeeee! I'm lovin' these shoes.


Just look at these babies. Are they not the cutest shoes evah? Aren't they perfect for winter special events? Don't you wish they were your shoes? Well, they are not. And no, you cannot borrow them either. Because when you put them on, you immediately go 1940's and want to put your hair up in a french twist and wear a fitted suit with a fur collar. DSW, I lub you.

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4 Comments:

Blogger IzzyMom said...

They're very pretty. Too bad I never have an occasion to wear high heels *sigh*

24/8/06 9:52 PM  
Blogger NotSoccer Mom said...

oh my GOD those are so cute! i've never been to dsw, even though there's one down the street. i'm scared i'll go broke...

25/8/06 11:45 AM  
Blogger Shane said...

Corrinne Bailey Rae:

She definitely has an alluring style. I've seen some ads on t.v. Kinda like Tracy Chapman - only much more pleasant to listen to -- and not so brooding.

26/8/06 8:04 PM  
Blogger Belinda said...

I don't even know what DSW *is,* but those are some awesome shoes. You also need a perky little off-centered hat with a half-veil.

27/8/06 5:30 PM  

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