Another entry featuring pants you guys! But this time let's talk about the Oxford Shoes!
I believe this kind of shoes are not for everybody's liking. Me myself didn't immediately adore this trend. When oxfords first went out the market I was definitely not a fan. I thought it was too masculine, hard to wear out and it's a puzzle pairing it with my current wardrobe. But then, as I see a lot of it on magazines, fashion media sites and even on hollywood celebrities I eventually liked it, then loved it and now I'm obsessed with it LOL. I can simply say that if I were a shoe I would be a pair of oxford shoes.
Oxford shoes/brogues whatever you want to call it is a classic piece for all women to have.
Here I featured my beige oxford shoes!
Since we went out at night I thought it would be more appropriate to wear pants, you know to avoid lookers and to be warm as well. The key to wear oxfords with pants is to make sure that your ankle bone is seen. This makes your legs longer because it doesn't cut your body in the leg part.
Top: Thrifted | Cardi: Thrifted(Uniqlo)
Isn't this top lovely? Look at that detail up there, it's a poodle! I know it's a very minute detail but these is the reason why I bought it in the first place and of course the collar itself. A bonus feature is the pastel color!
Oxford Shoes: Forever 21
I decided to collect oxford shoes in all colors coz' I just can't get enough of these!
If you do not have a pair yet, I suggest you should go buy one now LOL.
I mentioned in my previous posts that when I'm at the province, I run every morning. Then I thought why not also do it here. But then If I were to run everyday, I have to wake up at 5 o'clock in the morning and I think I can't do that. Because first of all I'm not a morning person(for now!) and second is I always sleep late at night because that's the time I do all my businesses in the web. So the solution is.....(drumroll please).. to run at night! I tried it yesterday and it's not so bad. I think it is a perfect way to tire myself so I can sleep earlier to have a good 8 hours of sleep. I want to know your opinion about this. Is more advisable to run in the morning or at night, if were talking health-wise?