Candela NYC Robin Boots

Hello Darlings, 

I have taken up learning to cook. I purchased my first cooking book, Cooking Light Way to Cook Complete and intensively reading all 496 pages of it.

Between my art history books, I am also squeezing in some time to read a finance book, Financially Stupid People Are Everywhere: Don't Be One of Them. Besides looking flawless and being intelligent, every woman should be a competent cook and be able to manage her own finances.  Yes, be expecting a finance 101 post...

For my outfit, I was eager to wear my new handmade Candela NYC Robin boots, which just arrived yesterday. After buying Candela "Tokyo" Brogues, I fell in love with the quality of Candela leather and craftsmanship. I've always wanted a pair of Frye Harness Boots, not only because of their historic past but the effortless look as well. The story behind them is:

In the 60's women began to wear Frye boots in clear and bold defiance of restrictive 1950s femininity. They were a boot that meant strength and power, which women were intent on claiming at the time... Every woman seemed to have a pair, and they were such an iconic part of the decade that when the Smithsonian Institute was searching for items to represent 1960s America, they chose a pair of Fryes."( Garcia,  The One Hundred, pg.94)

However due to their wide fit, I could not find a  pair that would fit my narrow foot. As a result, I decided to search out a boot that embodied the spirit and style of Fryes and as a result decided on this pair.

I am wearing:
Wilfred Free Semi-Sheer Long Sleeve Top—from Aritzia
Rich & Skinny Cardo Pants in Putty— from revolveclothing.com
  Mike & Chris "Paul" Leather Hoodie— from Holt Renfrew Last Call
Wilfred wool scarf—from Aritzia, Sherway
Candela NYC "Robin" boots—from  bluefly.com
Marc by Marc Jacobs Bow Percy Purse—a gift
Diamond Studs— a gift

Well, I am off to catch a Maple Leafs game...

With Love...

Marta

The Dreamer...

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