J Crew cardi, J Crew Carmen tank, ON denim, TB Millers in super shiny sliver
And I have to mention that I finally hit Trophy Cupcakes on the right day and got to try the Peanut Butter and Jelly!
ps - I know many people ask about Tory Burch sizing. I see a lot of recommendations to size up (Saks said to size up 1/2 size on the silver ones I just ordered, but I didn't. Nordstrom gives the advice that they will stretch, and doesn't say to size up.), but have also heard of them stretching out too much. On Revas (regular leather and suede), I go with my "true size" - what I generally wear in everything else. (I don't own any in patent but I've heard to size up 1/2 size in those.) Initially they feel a little tight, and the scrunching at the heel can dig a little, but with time they stretch to perfection and feel like the most comfortable little slippers on my feet. A Chanel saleslady told me once that you should buy Chanel ballet flats to just fit your feet and that they will be uncomfortable for a little while - but then stretch to the perfect fit. I've found this to be the case with Revas - as long as the length is okay and your toe is not jammed up to the front of course. On the Millers, Saks recommended to order your true size, but from my experience (and a review I read) they run a tad short... the sole/footbed is definitely shorter than other similar style sandals I own... so I went 1/2 size up on my new silver ones and find they fit perfectly for me - I don't like to have my toes right on the edge.)
I'm a displaced Southerner, mom to three beautiful babies, married to a very kind, easily distractable, brilliant businessman of a husband. I like: sunshine, coffee, cute shoes, expensive handbags, inexpensive jewelry, European cities, travel in Asia, doing laundry, eating out, fashion magazines, interior design, LK Bennett and J Crew, kate, Lilly, and Tory, Hermes scarves, and trying to figure out what is going on in the world of politics. I don't like: people who are mean or get in my way when I am shopping.