OOTD :: of seasonally confused and loving it

6.4.14

6.4.14

6.4.14

Hullo, Wordless Wednesday!

Thank you for the opportunity to wear one last spiffy stiletto outfit before I retire my heels for the summer and thank you for long tunic over short skirt.

 

:: Just the facts, ma’am ::
Top – Mossimo @ Target
Skirt – F21
Necklace – F21
Stilettos – Jessica Simpson

:: Linking ::
WIWW @ The Pleated Poppy
52 Pick-me-up @ SpyGirl

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14 thoughts on “OOTD :: of seasonally confused and loving it

    • And I hear we’re getting carpet in the classrooms this summer so be prepared for my stilettos to make a comeback next school year! 😀

  1. I do not believe women who say their 18-inch come-hither heels are comfortable! But they do look fabulous. At least they’re comfortable during the photo shoot.

    Now I’m going to have to look up la jupe moulante. And try to remember some French once in awhile so I don’t completely forget everything I used to know.

    • Well, comfort is relative, right? Are these shoes more comfortable than the more sedate 4-inch pumps (https://myclosetcatalogue.com/2013/03/01/day-9-black-and-white-part-cinq-casual-friday-2/) that I’m currently trying to sell on eBay because they made my feet spike with pain after only two hours? Absolutement!

      But are they more comfortable than my trusty Chucks? Mais non!

      Sure, they’re 6-inch stilettos, but with the platform and the cut of the vamp, I honestly did not feel any foot pain at all today, and that’s after striding quickly down the halls to and from the restroom.

    • “La jupe moulante” confounded me so I had to use the translator for it. 😀

      So how does one teach a foreign language in this digital age anyway? Is it easier or do you find more rampant cheating happening?

      Oh, et merci beaucoup pour parlant avec moi en français!

      • Avec plaisir 🙂 It’s extremely challenging to teach and to encourage students to do the work without an online translators. I hardly ever assign writing as homework because so many of them use the internet instead of their brains. I’ve even caught them sneaking translators on their phones during class!

        • I think learning a language is the last bastion of memory utilization anymore. I remember having to memorize spelling words, vocab words, phone numbers even. But nowadays. everything is just a handheld device away so our brains have become unused to working that skill. I have my students memorize Shakespearean sonnets to get them to exercise their brains and they all think it’s a waste of time. I can only imagine your challenges. :/

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