I attended the launch party for a socially conscious sunglasses brand called Razon. They're based out Miami and inspired by other brands who target social awareness and responsibility (ie: TOMS). You will throw down $305 for each pair of sunglasses which are manufactured from different types of wood (rose wood, and bamboo, for example). Be mindful of the fact that from each purchase, Razon donates three pairs of eyeglasses to individuals in third world countries who would otherwise be unable to afford prescription lenses. They can do this because they partner with Eyejusters, a technology which allows people to literally correct or tweak their prescription eyeglasses by twisting an adjustable knob.
If I look exhausted in these pictures, that's because this is a straight from work outfit: I mixed a lace Equipment blouse with a tweed skirt. My work tote is from H&M! It's nothing fancy.
Work pump recommendation: the Suede Ann Taylor Kenzie pump is my favorite work shoe at the moment. I like these shoes because I can wear them all day and they only make my feet hurt a little bit by the end of the day. They have a padded footbed. The leather is really soft. There is no breaking in period with these shoes. The heel height is also not too bad for me - 3.5 inches. If you need a comfortable work pump, I really recommend these. They come in a gorgeous blue suede, which I am thinking of getting.
An Ode to Cachi.
|Oh a $4000 weekday rate for a Lamborghini rental from Lou La Vie? OK!|
What I Wore:Lace Blouse: Equipment (Soldout) (Similar here and here, here This one comes in ten colors and is $8.80)
Shoes: Kenzie Pump from Ann Taylor
Earrings: Bauble Bar