I am a wedge lover. A wedge enthusiast. A wedge worshipper. A wedge fan through and through. It is the perfect “mom” shoe. I say that because I am indeed a mom. However, if I were from any other walk of life, I’d still say wedges are the perfect shoe. They offer the obvious bonus of elongating the leg with their height, yet without ball of the foot pain. Second, they look fantastic with just about anything you could throw on. From shorty-shorts to maxi skirts, they get the job done. Third, stability, baby. You won’t look like Bambi’s twin in wedges since they support the entire foot. No unplanned “man-down” awkward moments while wearing wedges.
These Jaxon wedges are one of my favorite pairs. I scored them for the sum of $24.99, and reach for them again and again. The elastic strap across the ankle make them ridiculously easy to slide on and off. Have you seen them in pink? Oh man, covet-ville. I almost caved and bought these today, but held back my wedgetarian urges.
Speaking of, let’s talk about the sale ladies. I know it was good for some. Myself? Well…you could say so. I had a 15% off birthday coupon handed to me by a dear friend that she didn’t plan to use herself, so I ended up checking out with the following, and an extra percentage off to boot:
I never tried on the Carolinae top, so I hope it works. I just love the orange/green color-play in it. Also have never seen the Maeve skirt IRL, but I love the embroidered touches and longer length. I really hope it’s fab. I have tried on the crops, Neapolitan blouse, and seamless tanks before, so I know it’s already love. Better yet, my order has already shipped. Hot dang!
So, now that I’ve shared….it’s your turn. What did you grab? Victorious shoppers abound out there….I know it. Throw me a bone!
Here’s hoping your day was fabulous. Anticipation is mounting here for our trip next week. MacGyver, Mr. Banks, and myself will be jetting off to Seattle on Monday, and I couldn’t be more giddy about it!!! Seattle is a definite contender for us as far as where we will move next. I am permagrinning about the possibility of an ENTIRE WEEK with highs under 60 degrees. In April? Ludicrous. And fabulous! I’ve lived in hot locales all my life. I’m done. Sweat dripping down my spine in April just gets me pissy mad. Here’s to layering, cloudy skies, and seeing the coast!!!
Any Seattle-ites out there have suggestions on things we should definitely do and see? So far we’re definitely eating at Iver’s, taking a ferry ride, and perhaps doing a tour of the underground. I’d love to hear your suggestions. Guidance welcome. Take care y’all!