The Curling Class Recap
Flats. They are all I wear. In fact, I wore fairly high wedges to the curling class I taught the other night and thought, “nope.”
And since I wear them all the time, I like to have a few neutral options to choose from that I know will last at least an entire season, and perhaps the following year. I’m really hard on my shoes so they don’t often last past 1 season.And since my wardrobe is made entirely of neutrals, I like the freedom to mix and match everything together.
Jordan wore those cute Tom’s flats over to my house last week and I was immediately intrigued. They looked comfortable and versatile without being boring. And boring shoes is something I always lean towards.
In other flat news (that statements is both literal and a bit figurative as well), I bought a pair of flat booties last week. Jordan and my sister are my style consultants so I have a group text going with them where I send really awkward dressing room selfies in hopes that they approve. I have a certain impenetrable ability to ask/beg for style advice and then end up only wearing grey t-shirts and jeans every day. So if you are picking up on some satirical sisterly love, you are interpreting that all correctly. (I tried on black Alley Straight denim and sent a photo right before this started).
No beef against chacos or birkenstocks, I just certainly cannot pull off that look as well as Jordan so we constantly joke each other about it. And my sister is determined to keep me out of the mom style rut, which I just know all too well these days. I can still feel stylish and pulled together in clothes that also work for hanging with the boys, being climbed on, having trucks driven up my back and being drooled on. It’s all about the right clothes for the occasion.
And, to end full circle here, flats and much more conducive to what my day to day looks like and thank goodness they never go out of style.