I love wearing high heels. I also love the way a stellar stiletto makes me sashay and….STRUT. That is, until I feel like I’m going to die from the excruciating, mind-numbing pain of wearing a pair of heels for several hours. As much as I love heels, I also have a deep, primal love for all shoes. Regardless of age or personal style, shoes are a necessary accoutrement for all women. However, I’m attesting to the fact we can still be stylish and wickedly foxy in comfortable footwear. This is where Zappos and Söfft come together to offer a wonderful solution for the woman who doesn’t want to sacrifice style for comfort. Read on for my review of Söfft: smart and stylish shoes.
Springtime in California is not what you think it is. Quite frankly, some of the coldest days I’ve ever experienced have been in “sunny” San Diego. Southern California’s May Gray and June Gloom are the weather phenomenon usually responsible for two months of seasonal depression. Now this particular surf trip to San Diego was bone-chillingly cold and wet. La Jolla’s dark skies shielded the sun like the best pair of sunglasses ever made (Thank you Tom Ford). And to add insult to injury, it was crazy windy….you know….the sharp, biting type of wind that makes your eyes water? Therefore, our attentions turned to shooting photographs and making the most of our stay instead. Thankfully, versatile wardrobe pieces and creativity saved the day for piecing together a few different looks.
Swimsuit season is rapidly approaching and I can already hear the collective sobs of all the women who dread the thought of wearing a bikini or a bathing suit. For myself, I’m really not keen on wearing a bikini. It’s not because I think my physique is unsuitable for a bikini…not at all. It’s simply a matter of preference. I simply love the one-piece bathing suit. Whether poolside or on the beach, the one piece has re-emerged as the ultimate fashion statement. My love affair with the one piece bathing suit has been going strong for the last few years, and I find myself reaching for this singular piece over it’s two piece counterpart. Therefore, I’m temporarily saying bye-bye and sayonara to my little bikini friend for the following reasons…
In the past, I would’ve described myself as being a punctual person. However, in all honesty…I have never been on time. In Dayna’s world, this notion of promptness and being on schedule is a complete fallacy. Just ask blogger’s husband….he has probably logged at least 100 hours of waiting time. Habitual tardiness has turned into a perfunctory task and I find myself saying, “Sorry I’m late” on a consistent basis. I recently read an interesting article on individuals who are chronically tardy. This made me think about my own rational decision making process and time management skills; or lack thereof. With that being said, these are the real reasons why I am habitually late.