Tuesday, April 08, 2008

the long and the short and the in between of it

Hey guys, lets not leave out the cropped pants in this whole "hurrah, it's spring, lets shout it from the roof tops and dance in the rain in stiletto sandals" business. The shoes are amazing, please don't think anything less of me for shifting the spotlight a little heaven-ward to the pants that these women are wearing. There is something so fresh, structurally interesting and just plain beautiful about the tulip pants in the photos above. I've seen them in a few shops: a wonderful dark grey pair at anthropologie several months back and a black pair at H&M now. They are just the thing, with a ballet slipper, to put a spring (eh, eh, get it?) in my step on regular days--not the stiletto ones (which are few and far between nowadays).


Blogger la femme said...

I agree that the pants are just as cool as the shoes :)

10:40 PM  
Blogger MR style said...

the first pic is from the sartorialist right ?

1:14 AM  
Anonymous blind flaneur said...

Yes, the shoe is but a prelude to the ankle, and beyond. I like your apt phrase -- "structurally interesting" -- combined with the boutique's name. Was Claude Lévi-Strauss ever a fashionista?

6:41 AM  
Blogger odilean said...

perhaps if he decided to see clothing as the most fundamental cultural mythology we have :).

7:05 AM  
Anonymous Paula said...

The yellow stiletto sandals are so sexy.

2:12 PM  

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