According to the latest issue of Details Magazine, the must have jeans of the moment are chalk colored – in muted hues like cream, pale green and light blue. This is definitely more wearable than the shocking colored jeans of seasons past. This trend works for guys or girls: women in a pair with a breezy summer top and gladiator sandals, or men with a collared shirt. They are more the style of jeans you could wear to the office, not a concert, according to Details.
What do you think? Would you wear this trend?
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Okay – these are just so crazy, it had to be blogged. First it was the Marc Jacob’s backward heel, now we bring you the heeless heel from designer Antonio Berardi. They are rapidly becoming hot with celebrities, as Victoria Beckham, Uma Thurman and Gwyneth Paltrow have all allegedly scooped up pairs. They run $3,600 a pair. OMG!
The designer claims that it isn’t as easy as it looks to topple backwards in these but you do need to be careful. Obviously, you need to step on the balls of your feet, as opposed to the heel. Berardi claims “When you walk, it is almost on tiptoe. You look really dainty.” Errr…or really idiotic…partly because of the shoe and partly for spending $3,600 on them!
According to ShoeHunting.com:
The idea of the heeless shoe is not new, and if you’re looking to try this trend, check out United Nude’s collection. United Nude has a whole line of “heeless” shoes that look a little more supportive, and won’t set you back four grand.
So what do we all think about these heeless heels? Would you try them?
Antonio Berardi’s Heeless Heel
Marc Jacobs Backwards Heel
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One of our favorite denim companies, True Religion, has now come out with a line of hats for men and women. What do you think? Would you pay $60 to $95 for some new head-wear?