Thursday, November 3, 2011

Vintage Heels & Giveaway Winner!

Dress: Tj Maxx // Tights: Kohls // Shoes: Thrifted // Necklace: Chewlry

These shoes were a thrifty find of my sister & mom. Luckily, I am the only girl in my family with my size feet. Which means, all size seven finds are mine! One thing I love about older heels is that they aren't so dang tall. Don't get me wrong, I love me some tall heels, but sometimes it's nice to get a little height without running the risk of sprained ankles. 

I've begun the november challenge of listing three things you're grateful for each day. I'm pretty sure this has turned into one of those facebook fads that has swooped through the internet for years now, and you know what? I like it. Why not do a little extra to get into the holiday spirit?

To see what I'm grateful for, visit my facebook page & feel free to send me a link to your thankful fors!

The This Thing We Do Giveaway winner is....
Mary, from Finding Healthy Hope
So glad to have you as a new follower Mary! Contact me at blogfashionic@gmail.com to claim your prize! 



  1. Hello!! I am coming from the Tag ALong Thursday Blog Hop!! :) I am a follower now....love your blog!!! :) Nice to meet you! :)

  2. That shoes are darling! I know what you mean about older shoes....Im 5'9" already, I don't want to become amazon woman with huge heels! But shorter ones are so hard to find nowadays! thrifted finds seems like the way to go!

  3. AWESOME shoes!!! And that necklace is to die for.
    Thanks for linking up to the blog hop today, loving your blog :)
    Punkin Heads and Dooda Loos

  4. Love love love!
    I've recently bought some vintage shoes I'm waiting to wear somewhere :)

    Ps. Gave you a little award on my blog :)

  5. Those heels are way too cute!

    Stopping by from Soleil Solene. :)

  6. Hi! Just started following from the Tag-Along Thursday Blog Hop. LOVE the heels and your blog. I'm 6'1 so mama feels you on the too high of a heel.


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