Still reeling (see comment on Flickrstream), but able to get a handle on things just enough to suggest .
TEH AWESUM.I must purchase those immediately. And they have them in knee-socks! Nothing like a little Japanese porntacular element to one's hosiery, I always say.
I've been surprised by the ways in which last year's Happy Socks Initiative (http://www.flickr.com/photos/slimcoincidence/sets/72157594540783582/) changed my life. I should write about that when I get back home.In short: you'll never regret Blinging the Feet.
Krista, I believe you already. Right now I am wandering around making lentil soup in my favourite apron and my ruby-slipper converse, and I feel like I could take over the universe. Amazing! I have another 2008 Bling Initiative going, but it may not be ... uh ...appropriate for the blog :)
holy smokes, are those RED CONVERSE covered in sequins?????I am knocked out.
Heidi, my cool sometimes pink-haired friend! That is indeed what they are! They come in black too. I feel that your husband requires a pair.
Your feet are a thing of beauty and a joy forever.We need matching mother-daughter pairs, and we need them NOW.
Everyone BLING THE FEET!
Wow. That's just about all I can say, wow.
But *you* have a Lego Millenium Falcon, Tom. I just cannot compete with you for either coolness or WOW-factor.But one can but try.
i can't think of anything perverted to sayso i'll say nothing
Red sequinned chucks? And fatrobot can't think of anything perverted to say?It's a sad, sad day in the blogosphere.
Okay, I'm back, and I need to know if they are available in size 14 men's. 4E width. Because I think they'd look perfect with a black suit and tie. (Once a year whether he needs it or not.)
Tragically, Heidi, they don't -- they only go up to a 10. I think they think only chicks are going to wear them.How very limited of them, is all I can say.(They come in silver, too ...)
Once again, limited thinking foils fashion. Gah.
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