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hmm, your novice wants to see someone beat the american express dress.
that is the winner and still champion…. 🙂
Hardy har har, glim.
We all have different opinions, my little fashion novice. You’re certainly entitled to yours.
And CP is definitely the place where you can feel comfortable discussing them.
hmm different fashion slant.
hey here’s a cp fave in yes creeper shoes. don’t think you’ve chimed in on the creeper thing. so here’s an opening. uh isn’t it amazing having a novice around. 😉
You know you’re amazing, glim. But I’ll tell you that as many times as I need to before it sinks in.
You are truly ahead of the curve, my good man. I haven’t even heard of Creepers. Where the hell have I been…?
I’m supposed to know all about all the new trends (in film, music, fashion etc.) even before they hit the streets. I guess I’ll just have to work a little harder. But it makes sense that an effortlessly trendy girl like SIENNA would have them.
They look like suede Oxfords. Very, very cute. I must get myself a pair when they end up here.
these are unisex. well tuk sees them that way and doesn’t seem to do anything different for whichever gender. something for everyone. maybe a slightly tame choice for a Creeper.
but ah well… 😉
hmm i don’t remember how i discovered Creepers. think it had something to do with the internet. 😉
glim, you have fabulous taste. Those Creepers are phenomenally snazzy.
I love the fact that they have a variety of different styles. But they’re all classically attractive and wonderfully designed without looking too conservative or stodgy.
Good for you, baby…
I’m 5’9″ so I don’t really need heels. My feet are small and wide with an aristocratic arch so high that getting a good fit is essential. Actually, I can’t really wear heels much any more.
I did for too many years. Now my feet have permanently revolted.
So every time I run across a pair of comfortable flat black shoes (that aren’t boring or ridiculously expensive) I buy them. Immediately.
I just picked up the most awesome pair of black STEVE MADDEN ankle boots. They look a bit like Uggs (same shape) but they are much more aesthetically pleasing. They have an achingly soft black fake fur lining and some extra details (ribbons etc.).
They’re fantastic. So incredibly comfortable. It’s just like walking around in slippers. Now that it’s all frosty here *sigh* they really come in handy.
You can breathe easily, glim. Your choice is bloody impressive.
I am so very proud of you.
stever madden’s and lingerie ??? 😉
i’ll check into the steve madden thing.
glad the Creepers went over ok with you. 🙂
so, no high heels.
you mean you’re going to deny the masses a chance to come up to you and say ‘hey nice pelvis’ 😉
I can wear heels. But not that often. For special occasions, definitely…
I was one of these girls that went to work in heels and wore them the entire day. More or less. Most of my time was spent behind a desk. But there’s still the commute, lunch etc.
My feet are delicate. Like the rest of me. Every now and then.
But I’m a minimum of six feet in height with heels. So it’s probably just as well. Men are drawn to me immediately. But that intimidation factor is ever present. They’re cautious and careful around me.
Being a tall glamorous blonde, having a provocative edge, possessing a formidable intellect, speaking your mind succinctly, having to have your own way…
Those are all contributory factors. So it’s probably just as well.
But if the masses are merely focused on my pelvis, I’d be inclined to say that I’m doing something wrong.
Yeah, the Creepers are exceptional. Keep doing what you’re doing, honey. You’re on top of things as we speak. Those shoes are awesome.
And I wouldn’t wear my lingerie outside. I’d never get through the crowd at my front door.
I prefer to keep the line ups outside reasonably small and manageable. Not everyone is worthy.
Know what I’m sayin???
Thanks, my precious glimby. That was my laugh for the day.