Friday, July 30, 2010

Welcome Home Jimmy!

Well, they finally arrived - my new Jimmy Choos! (Or, as my daughter says - my new choos.) These shoes are absolutely beautiful, I foresee a lot of wear in my future.

Victoria Beckham says "that extra half inch" adds something super to a look - or in this case "that extra two inches" - these are definitely the highest heels I've worn!

As soon as they arrived I started thinking of where to wear them and what outfit to build them around - they are so neutral they will go with almost anything! Last night I wore them with my Trina Turk dress. Here are a couple of quick snapshots of the shoes - I didn't get an ensemble picture last night but I will post one soon.



Today I will wear flats so my feet can decompress from the altitude! I'm off to the Scholar Shop - we are restocking the store today for the Grand Opening tomorrow. If you're in St Louis, stop by and take a look!


  1. Definitely high, definitely attractive, definitely classy! Can't wait to see the rest of the outfit.

  2. Wow! I don't think I could ever wear shoes that high and then go to flats without some serious foot problems... but, they are gorgeous!

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  3. "Today I will wear flats so my feet can decompress from the altitude!"-- amazing line!

    love those shoes. . so ladylike and beautiful

  4. wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!!!
    I'm happy for you!!!!

  5. I gave you an award because I really enjoy your blog!

  6. Beautiful & lovely shoes. WOW!!

  7. Wow!
    Love those heels! You are really an elegant woman...

  8. shoes like this change the entire shape of a woman's leg...admiring you have buying a pair.

  9. Although it looks like it's been a while since you posted, I have awarded you (and Chelsea) a blogger award. If you are interested, you may want to visit my blog 9/26 for further details.

  10. God bless you for being able to wear those high heels still! I can't do it, and I am sad--they look so good on you! I had to get rid of my 3" heels last year-they were too high. Decompress~