Long Walks on the Street… No I’m Not a Prostitute…
Okay so the title may be a bit deceivious (deceitful/devious) because I really should be displaying other people’s street fashion but instead you get to see more of me! The Marquis. So apparently my shoes are made for walking because that’s just what I did today. I walked and walked and I probably got stopped for change a million times (which slowed my pace) but while the calories were coming off I couldn’t help but think… am I the only one who walks this much?
I probably walked by a billion cars yet only a handful of pedestrians. Is driving, a trend? Personally I think having a personal driver is a fabulous trend but that’s only because I’m terrified of being behind the wheel. I CAN do it, but I honestly shouldn’t. Also then who would see your clothes if you’re all bunched up in a vehicle. I can’t tell you how many people I see at events and functions who say “Oh I totals saw you walking down the street today!” and I’m all like “Who are you?” It’s a great exchange. But the moral is, if your intention is to be seen, then just walk about. Trust me, people will see you.
Also I wanted to say this is the cashmere sport coat I got gifted to me for my Bday and I have to be honest, I love it. It does shed a little but I’m okay with a little cashmere residue leftover from a fine piece of menswear. It’s just like catching a glimpse of one of your favorite shows on a television in an electronics shop and you recall the whole episode in a zip line of an emotional second… same thing with the fuzz. When I see the black bits on my white Dsquared shirt I am thrilled at all the steps I took today wrapped in a material that is in fact softer than a babies bottom. At least that’s what one woman said and she is a mother of three so I trust her non-pedofiliac opinion.
Wearing a Dsquared2 shirt, Bruno Cuccinelli cashmere sport coat, Gucci belt, Gucci loafers, Diesel denim, Tiffany ring and necklace, Links of London bracelets, Prada sunnies, and Guess watch (not shown).