I did yet another DIY on the Salvation Army shoes. My granny flats went from faux leopard to studded faux leopard to gold studded flats. In what I think will be the final refashion, I painted them gold using a metallic acrylic from my Martha Stewart box o' fun.
This is an attempt to inject some fun into my flat shoe game. I do not like wearing flats. I feel rather squat when I wear them but they are very necessary for my lifestyle. The temps are rising and I'm doing a lot more walking and hanging out at the playground. Traipsing to the park in platform heels ain't going to happen. My poor little left baby toe would surely fall off.
You know what else ain't going to work at the playground? Low rise pants and jeans. I need full coverage, casual and comfortable. When I bend over, toddlers shouldn't be exposed to my plumber butt. I have to get my snazzy up in other ways. Hence, the striped tee, floral capris and flats outfit.
I would not have considered such a combination a few years ago. My love affair with thrift shopping has allowed me to experiment with trends that I wouldn't normally tackle like floral capris. I wasn't even a fan of floral print but finding them abundant and super cheap at the thrift store, I am converted.
Horizontal stripes were on my fashion no-no list too. Believing they would only chunk me up. Not so. Turns out it's those extra cookies that actually chunk me up! This striped tee is great. It's comfortable and do I have to say it? It's purple!
What are you rocking at the playground?
THRIFT H&M purple striped tee - Eric Casuals floral capris - Foster Grant 80s sunglasses DIY Nordstrom loafers
In other news, Ms. V has her own playground style too. She loves her princess sunglasses so much that I went out and bought a spare pair. She wears them in the house too. Toddlers are weird.
Teeth have been extracted and I no longer know what to do with my lips, teeth, and smile. May 23 is braces installation day. *chomps on fingernails through the gaping space where my teeth used to be*