For those of you who've been following and actually reading my blog (yay for literacy....), you should be well aware of my infamous aversion to heat. Not to say that I don't appreciate the sun, but I get really antsy when I start sweating in my Céline. If you intend to approach me on a hot day, start of by offering me an icy cold drink if we're gonna talk business. So when the temperature generously drooped down to actually being chilly at night, I daringly retrieved from the "archive" closet my *gasp* neon Alexander Wang jumper and paired it with some
mint turquoise shorts and jewelry, for it's been a while since I've left home decked out in bright colors or "played around" with color blocking. Complimented by tossing on some wrist bling, this is my "Fortnum & Mason Posh Tea Look" or just something along those lines, I can't be bothered to come up with some bullshit excuse for what I'm wearing at the moment. Though I did turn quite a few heads with my neon turquoise combo; but to be honest, I have to give credit to my acrylic Victorian necklace and four inch flatform sneakers. What is it about a platform shoe that always seem to incite people?
Here's the million dollar question:
Do men feel emasculated if they were to wear a platformed shoe? Does it lengthen the leg but shorten the dick?
frames & necklace BOUTIQUE, jumper ALEXANDER WANG, shorts H&M, bracelets ZARA, metal cuff & ring MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA, shoes SUBSTITUTE
P.S. In case you guys didn't see my tweet a while back, I congratulated Michael Ford for winning the Alexander McQueen scarf from my first giveaway and he kindly did a post on it, proof that someone received the scarf. Big thanks again to all that entered the giveaway, more to come I guarantee.
image from Michael Ford's blog