Inigo totally blocked the shoes.
I got the top for $16 - it's brand new (still had the tags on), and is silk, but it's washable. I checked before buying since I hate to pay drycleaning on a blouse that I'm going to get pit stains on every time I wear it.
The shape of the top was a stretch for me, since I usually go for very tailored cuts vs. this, which is elastic at the bottom. I don't mind the cowl neck either, even though they usually make me look uber-booby.
The skirt is also new! It was $35 on sale at Plum. I almost snagged a sheath dress in this fabric (a nice cotton/Lycra blend) but another woman grabbed it mere seconds before me! I was tempted to say that it looked bad on her, but it didn't. At least it went to a good home - and maybe I'll find it in a consignment shop in a year when she's tired of it (or only wears it once).
Okay, a shot of the shoes, sans Inigo:
My Manolos! I regretted wearing these, though, since my feet were still a bit stressed from the purple shoes yesterday. These are easily my highest heels. I'll wear lower heels tomorrow, feet, I promise!
Oh sweet Manolos, how lovely you are. I liked all the textures of the cream and brown (the skirt background is white but close enough).