Monday, August 16, 2010

Hardy Har

7/28

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I got these shoes at the Gap Outlet last year for a somewhat sensible price. Imagine my surprise when I just recently discovered that they are, in fact, Pierre Hardy for Gap. Who knew?

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Though I love them, I hardly wear these sandals because they make me feel like a transvestite. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

I suppose the leg hair only adds to the androgeny.

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sunglasses - vintage
dress - Kohl's
necklace - Urban Outfitters
shoes - The Gap

BONUS PHOTO
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Dear Nala,
No one wants to see a "come hither" expression on a kitty.
Yours,
Becky

2 comments:

Frederik Sisa said...

Hmm. That "transvestite" comment is rather curious. I suppose the straps have a masculine styling, kinda, and if the shoes were flat they would have a unisex quality. (How's that: unisex rather than transvestite, and assuming that men could wear heals without looking like they're trying to look like women?)

Maybe you wouldn't feel like a transvestite if you wore a thin, girly anklet. Something dainty to contrast with the robust character of the sandals. Just a thought, offered for whatever it's worth.

Anyway, the sandals ARE very nice. They are chock-full of ass-kickery. Seriously. They say, "don't mess with me" but in a flirty and feminine kind of way.

~Hurricane B~ said...

I do not get a man in woman garb feeling from the shoes at all.=) I have missed so many posts on your blog. My summer was so busy and hectic. I will not go on to be a comment whore.=)