Wednesday, October 7, 2015

fall boot favs

fall boot favs

1.  Vince Camuto  |  2.  Dolce Vita  |  3.  Ivanka Trump  |  4.  Vince Camuto  | 5.  Hunter  |  6. Seychelles  |  7.  SOREL  |  8.  UGG  |  9.  Sperry

(1) I've been searching for a pair of over the knee boots and I'm hoping this work out.  (2) I'm also loving open toe booties for the transition from spring all the way to fall.  I just wish that these came in my size!  I'll have to keep searching.  (3) As for a black pair - that's my main goal to find this season.  I literally was just about to purchase a pair and unfortunately my size sold out!  UGH!  (4) I loved them in black in the fourth style too!  (5, 7, 9) You can never go wrong with a pair of colorful wellies and duck boots - I'm totally pumped to bring all my rain gear to Ireland next month!  (6) Fringe seems to be all the rage this season.  Although I do like some of the looks I'm not completely on the bandwagon, yet.  (8) Last but not least, the comfy, snuggly and easy to throw on pair of UGGS.  I love bringing these with me to spin class so I can slip my spin shoes off and throw those on to trudge through the winter slush!

Tonight I treated myself to a nice glass of wine, popcorn and snuggled in with a Netflix movie.  I had been craving some popcorn for weeks and my sister actually sent me a picture of her popcorn the other day, so I couldn't resist picking up some!  I sprinkled a little lime juice on my popcorn for a bit of kick.  I actually prefer to make popcorn on the stove, but John was resting for his midnight shift at work so I couldn't be too loud!  This did do the trick for my craving and they even changed the packaging which was much more convenient and you didn't have to dirty a bowl!  John and I like to keep a Black Box on hand in the house as it's a great table wine.  It works out well for our various dinner creations during the week when we'd like to have a glass here or there.  It's even better as it keeps the wine fresh fresh (it holds four bottles), it's great for large gatherings and it's roughly $25-$30 a box, definitely a budget friendly wine for sure!  Hey you can't be fancy all the time! ;)

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