Concrete Catwalk // Zig Zag


I had fun playing with pattern for the look I wore to a launch party last week for a new website called The Cools - have you checked it out yet?  (You can sign up using this special S&P link, if you'd like to give it a go!)  One of my friends described it well by saying that it's like a mashup of Facebook, Tumblr, Etsy & Ebay... quite a combo, right?  I haven't fully played around with the functionality yet, but I plan on listing some goodies for sale soon, and I will definitely let you know how it goes when I do!Highlights of the party were meeting lots of new friends, sampling some AMAZING farm-to-table cuisine, and chatting with Erin Fetherston about our fave vintage shopping spots. :) Check out some fun photos of the event here, and special thanks to The Cool's CEO Olivier van Themsche, The Fat Radish, Erin Fetherston, and the gals at Bollare for having us!On another note: we're heading out to Arizona today to be with our families for a week (yay!), and I'm really looking forward to shopping and cooking with Mom, business-planning and working out with Dad, laughing with my little brother and spending lots of time with our extended family and friends.Hope you all are having a wonderful and blessed Holiday Week, and I've got a special little message for you tomorrow, but otherwise will see you Monday!Top to Bottom:Leopard coat - Vintage, Boomerang (similar)Velvet blazer - Vintage, Thrifted (similar)Sparkly tank - Vintage, thrifted (similar)Watches - Thrifted & Gifts Cuffs - H&M (similar)Jingle Bell clutch - see my DIY hereZigzag palazzos - c/o Colfax Market in KC (also avail. here)Gold heels - Sam Edelman, TJ Maxx