Neutrals are my jam. They’re easy to wear, mix and match and are the most practical pieces in anybody’s wardrobe. I’ve been wearing a lot of them lately. They make dressing out of the box more doable for me because they make wearing wacky tribal patterns and clothes with loud silhouettes subtler…if that makes sense.
You know those days when you just want to stay in bed and only worry about the next pair of shoes you’re going to buy? I’ve been putting a shit ton of fall and winter items in my carts but never buy any because I live in LA, where summer is hell and winter is summer. I love cold weather and everything about it. Rain, snow and the gloom are my jam. Sunshine is pretty but overcast makes me happier.
And because the weather is in its bipolar mood again and I work in a freezer (please take that figuratively and know that I enjoy freezing myself), I have been searching for the perfect black booties and it’s proving to be a long process. Today at work, I found myself browsing through the shoes at this one online bargain site based in Asia and found these stylish and affordable boots. I am leaning towards the snake skin one but I love the height of the one with a buckle. #HELP
With the vet's clearance, we finally were able to take the two dogs to the dog park last weekend. It was our first time for us taking two dogs there and I would say it was some really good family time.
Fox (per usual), barked, ran, barked, barked, barked, and ran. He's such a barker to appear tough but always runs to Ron or me when he's scared. He'll fight some of his battles but he's the type who feels much safer with his humans.
Chippy, on the other hand, forgot he had humans. When Ron unleashed him, he ran straight to another dog to play. He is such a sweetheart to everyone, except for that one dog who tried to hump him and that pissed him off. They fought, but the owner was understanding and just carried his dog (1 of 3 dogs) the rest of the time. Based on our walks, I thought Chippy was scared/mad at bigger dogs, however, after this trip, the dog he ran with the most is a komondor/chow mix (see big brown/tan dog in pics) and he had no trouble dealing with her.