Saturday, September 12, 2009

The Scene

There was quite a bit of tense pacing during the USC/Ohio game tonight.

Things got so tense I almost couldn't eat a thing. ALMOST ;)

The Outfit
Forever 21 top
H&M shorts

The Accessories
Me&Ro necklace and earrings
Jeffrey Campbell heels
Gucci bag

The Grade

The Commentary

NY Fashion Week has been all about short skirts

The better to show off hot legs

And hotter shoes

Another option for displaying mile long legs: shorts.

Tweed and leather ones transition into fall in The City nicely.

Today I took a casual L.A. shorts look

And amped up the sex factor with heels.

Learned it by watching Whitney

And her California cool Spring collection

Sadly my beloved Gossip Girls got the shorts look all wrong at the shows. OMFG, Leighton.

Me thinks lace shorts are a no no. Even if they are Marchesa. Sorry, Blake.

Chose strappy heels today because they reminded me of the LAMB beauties Gwen showed on Friday.

And these little dreamboats

Rarely wear this plaid shirt

Frankly because it makes me feel like a truck driver.

Not so much a hot chick.

Think a fancy bag helps off set the mannish factor.

So do feminine shoes

Actually liked the look so much plan to transition the top into fall with tights

And thigh high boots. Just you wait and see.


KT said...

Good news, you guys pulled it out. We lose. :)

WendyB said...

Funny you feel that way about the shirt -- you look ultra-feminine in it.

Anonymous said...

Love the plaid shirt. I picked one up a couple of weeks ago and can't wait to get tons of use out of it.

Fashion_Loving_Stylist said...

I'm trying to get into plaid at the moment. You pulled it off.

Fabianna (H.Finn Jewelry) said...

flannel + thigh high boots = i think YES!! I just scored some thigh high boots downtown for 30 bucks yesterday!! 30!

Sheila said...

OMFG that food looks delish! I think I may have to make that for dinner.

amber said...

For a USC game day, me thinks your outfit is very supportive of the blue and gold. :)


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