Whenever I find a pairing that works, I tend to get lazy and wear it on repeat. I loved the look of red pants with cap toes, and indulged in the same outfit twice this month. I can see myself wearing it more for transitioning into cooler fall days.
Some of you may remember these cheap Target heels, on which I Sharpie-d some black cap toes (inspired by the Corso Como quilted pumps). I also planned on finding matching beige paint to cover the stacked wooden heels, but lost motivation. These was meant to be a temporary fix while I hunted for a quality version, but who knew the right pair would be so hard to find? I’m hoping for leather pumps with: 3.5-4″ heels, almond or pointy toes, beige/camel base and same-colored heels, black cap toes, and preferably under $200. Please let me know if you come across such a pair!
Looking at these photos, I realized that these pants look a bit baggy in the thighs. I hope that slight slimming in that area will improve the fit. Please refer to this post for more information on the fit and measurements of these pants. I wanted to show a photo of this handbag worn with its adjustable strap (one of my favorite features). Only the small and medium sizes of this bag come with a strap, which was a huge deciding factor for me. This bag measures 14″ across, and I feel like it’s the biggest width I can handle on a structured bag without it overwhelming my 5-feet tall frame. That’s not to say I don’t have bags bigger than this (to fit my clunky, unwieldy laptop), but I recognize that bags wider than 14″ start to look like they want to eat me for dinner, especially from the side view. Readers – How do you determine when a bag is disproportionate to your frame? What is your cutoff size?