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December 14, 2011

Falling Stars

asymmetrical star print dress, sequin jacket, Steve Madden Shazzam leopard heels, southern California fashion blog

asymmetrical star print dress, sequin jacket, Steve Madden Shazzam leopard heels, southern California fashion blog

asymmetrical star print dress, sequin jacket, Steve Madden Shazzam leopard heels, southern California fashion blog

Forever 21 sequin jacket (similar), Lush star print dress, Wild Pair Sister WP heels (same as Steve Madden Shazzam, shop a similar style), and vintage handbag


Presenting my outfit for the Two Point Oh! LA Snowball, with the exception of a last-minute change of shoes out of these leopard platforms and into my reasonably comfortable Collosul boots by Steve Madden.  When planning a party outfit, shoes become my most significant consideration.  No surprise, considering that I'm a self-professed shoe addict. After years of going out on the town in high heels, I've learned to put practicality at the forefront and select shoes that I can stand, walk, or dance in for several hours without requiring a nearby seat.  I don't want my shoes to potentially ruin my night or cause me unbearable amounts of pain because that's no fun.  Therefore, my less comfortable shoes are reserved for dinner or the movies, or when I'll be on my feet for brief amounts of time, and when I know I can rely upon the comfort of a chair.  At the end of the Snowball, I thanked myself for switching to the Collosul boots, since as much as I love these leopard heels, the boots provided more warmth and stability.  Just one of the many reasons why boots form the cornerstone of many of my outfits.

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