I guess since it’s after Labor Day, I can’t call this 80 Days of Summer Shoes anymore…it’s just 80 Days of Shoes (which, of course, is laughable, because we won’t hit all 80 until probably sometime after Easter).
These shoes are a little more actually professional than I prefer my footwear to be. But, gray is a perfect color for so many things, the croc print and patent leather make them interesting, and they’re actually super comfortable. So, three out of four ain’t bad.
But, really, how many of us who could wear scarves are going to be in a place that does not have air conditioning? We’re not talking about construction workers or life guards sprucing up their outfits – just office workers or SAHMs going from their home to their cars to their A/C’d activities. I’m just saying is I think summer scarves deserve a second chance.
I decided to pair my scarf with a very light and breezy dress, so everything else I was wearing would keep me cool, if I did have to walk outside for any reason. And, the scarf is draped so loosely, it’s not going to add significant weight to any part of my body, including my neck. If you’re really nervous about scarves, there are many light-weight, almost gauzy and open-weave scarves available that add some more interest to a basic look. Maybe I’ll post a video sometime, too, about how to tie scarves, as I also regularly hear people say they just don’t know how to wear them. I’m convinced scarves are a year-round, universal look, and that’s a soap-box I’m just not willing to climb off.