Chambray, Spikes, and Seersucker


These Sam Edelman spiked heels have been one of my favorite purchases this year. I wouldn’t call them practical in any sense of the word, but just looking at them makes me smile. When I showed them to my mom, she said, “You know what you are? You’re a shoe collector. These aren’t shoes you wear out and toss in a few years, these are collector’s items.” Hmm…is that what these are too?

satin-spikesShot inspired by Wendy & Mystery Man

chambray-spikes-seersucker-03I’m also very excited it’s finally seersucker season! It’s my favorite summer fabric, hands down.




chambray-stripes-seersucker-002:: photo credits – boyfriend ::

Outfit Details – Theory blazer (similar) :: Ann Taylor shirt (altered) (similar) :: Banana Republic shorts (similar) :: J.Crew belt (similar) :: Sam Edelman shoes (in black):: J.Crew handbag :: Kate Spade watch (customized) ::  Stella & Dot bracelet (c/0) (in silver) :: Lux Accessories necklace :: Daisy Knights ring :: Loud Love Jewelry ring (c/o via giftcard) :: Essie “Turquoise and Caicos” nail color

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  1. says: wendyslookbook

    Love this outfit Kelly!  Can’t wait to see your Manolo reveal.   And good job M!  He captured your natural beauty and style so well!  

  2. says: pimpIT

    Haven’t seen you in shorts yet. Suits you so well! Love this pairing, the fabric combination and these perfect shots! Absolutely beautiful! <3 <3 <3

  3. says: LaLaaLove

    Very nice! I love the blazer and shorts together.

    My friend and I call our unworn shoe collection our “gallery”. Buying 7″ lavender wedges? I guess they’re going in the gallery!

    1. LOL! I love it! I might need to use that. =)

      Do you ever watch The Rachel Zoe Project? I love how she calls her clothing collection her “archives”. My closet isn’t quite nice enough for that yet.

  4. says: Michelle

    Those heels and that studded ring…great purchases!! :)

    I am on the hunt for something in seersucker!  :)  I saw some shorts at J. Crew, but have not tried them on yet.  But I feel like I need to avoid the mall for awhile. I am trying to hold out until after my birthday…hoping to have gift cards!

  5. says: East Coast Petite

    I found this GREAT seersucker blazer on clearance size zero at Ann Taylor with additional 40% off!! So amazing. But it needs to be taken in at waist about 2.5 inches (I like a more fitted look) and sleeve shortened. I’m going to research tailors, but what price do you think I’ll be looking at? 

    I hope not too bad since I really love it (and I don’t want it “ruined” when they are done with it!)

    Love your pix – you look great as usual

    1. Just make sure not to skimp too much when choosing a tailor and you should be fine. Don’t take it to a dry cleaner tailor, for example. They’ll be cheap, but usually don’t do as nice a job as a tailor who has their own shop. You’re probably looking at about $40-$50 worth of work, but you won’t know for sure until a tailor looks at it. The sleeves, for example, might need more work done if there are cuff buttons that need to be moved up. Either way, slimming a blazer and shortening sleeves are pretty basic alterations that most tailors can do flawlessly. Good luck!

  6. says: Amber

     you and seersucker!! you look fabulous in it, and i agree, its such a great summer fabric. i tried a few items last year but nothing fit right and it all ended up getting sold :( oh well, there’s always more!

  7. says: Lisa Ng

    You always look pulled together even of on a “casual” fabric like seersucker. Can’t wait to see more. Those shoes are awesome!!

    1. Thank you, and welcome! I very rarely wear dresses, unless I feel I have to, like at weddings or holiday parties. I don’t find them very interesting, and would rather wear a skirt and blouse so I can play with different stylings, colors, fabrics, etc. I think I only own 3 that I actually like. =P

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