I love your shoes! I've really wanted some Rachel Comey shoes for awhile!
Thanks! I am excited to wear them every day this summer - assuming Seattle ever gets one.
they totally look like dieppa restrepos, at least that´s what i thought when i saw them. oh, by the way, hi! i really enjoy your posts and I think you have awesome taste.
Hi, hello and thank you!!
are the loafers rachel comey? they are lovely! i have been thinking about going to try on those sandals at frances may (i'm in portland) but i have not done it because i'm pretty positive i wouldn't be able to leave without them. oh, and are those the jcrew ankle toothpick jeans?? looks like we share taste in many a thing!
They're actually vintage Easy Spirits! Ha! Only $5, but I am glad they look more like a Rachel Comey or something fancier. And yes, that's exactly what jeans those are. I have no idea how you could tell!? Good eye. I've completely ripped them to shreds, though - it's due time I get some new jeans.
ah, i myself am partial to vintage ferragamo wingtips- my favorite pair came from the thrift new in the box for $5 and have lived out a long five years and are somehow still in good shape. i have one lonely pair of rachel comeys that i got on super duper sale (more than 70% off)- they are moss green nubuck slides that look like oxfords but they are backless- i call them my mullet shoes- business in the front, party in the back, hehewill keep an eye on your awesome blog from now on!
so cute! i love these...
Your blog is beautiful!
Did you find those at Frances May? They always have the best prices out of anybody else.I am glad you found me! Thanks for saying hello. I wish more people would.
i actually found them at creatures of comfort in nyc- it was one of those chance things- they had one pair left and they were in a size 9 but ran super small and fit my 7.5/8 feet perfectly... i haven't seen anywhere else that carried them. i'm terrible at internet and blog stuff (don't even have a facebook) but i try to say comment when i see something i like or relate to :) if you're even in portland you should come by the place i volunteer at, golden rule. it is a fantastic wonderland of vintage, local designers, artists, jewelers, and it changes inventory completely every month- goldenrulportland.com if you are so inclined to check i out! our blog is updated pretty frequently to give folks an idea of what's going on.
I plan to visit Portland next month. I have a lot of friends down there to which I owe a visit. I will definitely stop by! I think it would be really fun to start something like that in Seattle with some of my lady friends.