By shopping I purely meant window shopping but I liked the alliteration. I'll start with my online window shopping. I need new swimsuits. Pre-baby this would have been the sort of swimsuit I'd wear.
|Marc by Marc Jacobs Cleo|
I love the print and colour of this swimsuit. I love the halter neck too.
|Marc by Marc Jacobs Miss Marc Floral|
This is so cute! I think I might actually be able to get away with high waisted bottoms like this.
|Red or Dead Fly By|
|Juicy Couture Stripe|
|Juicy Couture Cherry|
|Juicy Couture Solid Ruched Bandeau|
I also did some actual window shopping at the shops today. I love these Giuseppe Zanotti crystal embellished ballet flats. The pictures don't do it justice. They're so sparkly and pretty.
Isn't this Salvatore Ferragamo just gorgeous. I want so bad!
By the way, what's up with shoe sizing? I used to be a size 6AU (37EU) but now 6 is too big. My mum is having the same issue so it's not as if pregnancy caused my feet to shrink. Apparently they've changed shoe sizing? I wonder if it's true because if it is it's a pointless exercise. I mean if you were a size 12 before and now you're a size 11, I'm sorry but you still have big feet. This just means that I can't buy shoes online as I don't know if they will fit. What a pain. Not that I've ever bought or have plans to buy shoes online, but still!
After our shopping expedition where the only things I bought were smoked salmon and sushi (again with the S) I capped the day off with an afternoon tea. There's something about drinking your tea in a nice cup that makes it more enjoyable.
|Maple and pecan pastry. Yum.|
Bubby also enjoyed his afternoon tea.
He has a new high chair with a five point harness. He used to have the Ikea Antillop but he can Houdini out of it. One time I had my back to him for less than a minute to rinse his cup and when I turned around he had climbed out of the high chair and had one foot on the high chair and one knee on the table. I nearly had a heart attack.
I realised that I have only a few more weekends without having to worry about the work week. *Sigh* Time sure flies.