The first item has a bit of a story behind it. For Christmas my Dad gifted me a pair of gorgeous Tommy Hilfiger boots that are so ridiculously comfortable I wore them all winter (and still wear them on chilly days now) so when I saw that Hautelook had Tommy Hilfiger shoes I knew I had to grab a pair. I have been wanting to buy a pair of loafers for a long time and the ones they had were perfect.
To continue with the story, when I received the shoes in the mail I actually had accidentally received someone else's order. Needless to say I was pretty sad, but when I called Hautelook they realized that the person's shoes I had also had my shoes. They did a swap and took care of it all so swiftly that my faith was renewed. I think they have just absolutely fantastic customer service and the positive interaction has kept me coming back for more purchases even with the little snafu.
Kalani Loafer. The shoes have amazing arch support which is great because I have very high arches on my feet. The only problem with them is that loafers are inherently narrow and I have pretty wide feet. I have still worn the heck out of these shoes and have taken to stuffing the front with tissue paper which is really helping to stretch out the toe area. I love the tan and the white polka dots, but I especially love the pink trim and the pink and white striped interior. The pink is an unexpected touch, but I love it.
Heart Stud Earrings have everyday since I got them in the mail.
Love Potion No.9 Grey Gardens Scarf in Ceramic White. This scarf is incredibly soft and I have worn this with just about everything lately.
The way I wear it is as I show it at the right. I usually fold the scarf in half to form a triangle, then I take the ends and cross them behind my neck and then pull so the ends hang down and the scarf is almost bandanna like. This is how I wear most of my scarfs as it is so easy and this way you can, on this scarf, see part/most of the graphic.
disclaimer: I am not sponsored by any of the company's whose products I am reviewing here. All thoughts/comments/whathaveyou are my own.