Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Tickling the Ivories

These booties were designed by Turkish brand Gobi. I discovered them on Zulilly
Tickling these ivories may just result in a swift kick, even if you're Harry Connick, Jr.... Well, maybe if you're Harry Connick, Jr....
My love for music of all sorts is as deep as my musical talent is shallow. Oh how I wish I could play the piano. And the guitar. And the drums....But you know what they say: if you can't play it, wear it! Wait, I'm pretty sure no one says that but me.
The red leather and calf hair safety pin clutch is from Bodhi (I love it so much I have it in orange, pink, yellow and black, too. Sadly, they are very rare and no longer made so eBay is the best bet to find one); Polka Dot Skirt (Eva Franco from Enza's Boutique)
Music moves me. The right music can make or break my mood. I have theme music that plays on a loop in my head a la the characters in Ally McBeal, though my personal soundtrack is ever evolving and wildly eclectic (my getting ready to go out music, for example, is currently a mix of Bruno Mars, Kenny Chesney, Lenny Kravitz and Maroon 5). 
I've worn a piano skirt from Modcloth with argyle boots in the winter and sandals in the Summer, but the piano shoes plus the piano skirt might be a bit overkill even for me; Lace Cardigan (Macy's); Striped Bag (Kate Spade)
A catchy tune in the grocery store will have me dancing unconsciously in the aisles...last week at Meijer a favorite Prince song resulted in a sideways glance and a chuckle from the elderly couple looking for laundry detergent next to me. I'm sure I blushed a bit, but when I rounded the corner to pick up toilet paper one aisle over I didn't slow the spring in my step. Music makes the mundane more manageable!
Fashion is what you buy; Style is what you do with it!
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1 comment:

  1. looks like Piano right! buy the way, if i try this then its possible to fix flat feet?