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Lisa for Donald J. Pliner Shoe Party

by Jamie Sanford on August 31, 2011

Lisa for Donald J. Pliner is my latest shoe obsession. Introduced to me by Marie Denee, AKA The Curvy Fashionista, this line is designed by Donald’s wife Lisa.  My eye was immediately caught by the fabulous green sole, because it is such a classic, gorgeous shade of green.  Bonus, the shoes are cute too!  I bought a pair of DJP boots last year and they were fast favorites, so I am now a big fan of the brand, and am really excited to see this new line.  Here are a few of my favorites.

These are super fabulous but it’s unlikely that I would be wearing them. The heel is very thin and high.  Loving those flowers though. INK by Lisa for Donald J. Pliner, on sale for $212 at Zappos.

I love a wedge.  They make your calves look good and you can walk in them for more than a block without stopping! KASI by Lisa for Donald J. Pliner, $325 at Zappos.

I saw these platform pumps first and they are my favorite! Plus, black heels are that much more interesting with a bit of texture. RAZ by Lisa for Donald J. Pliner, $315 at Zappos.

Check out the entire DJP collection at Zappos here.  Which are your favorite?

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Sunday Link Party!

by Jamie Sanford on July 19, 2010

This is the 10th link party. I’m excited for having stuck to it.

Photo of the week – me and my mom at her birthday party in April – only uploaded this week.

Mom and me.

You can tell that I'm her kid, at least a little bit.

From Apartment Therapy: Beautiful chandeliers inspired by nature.

From The Kitchn: What Makes You Crave a Dish?

Joy the Baker made cupcakes with peanut butter that look amazing. In my mind I would love to bake more often, but having the oven on in the summer is just ridiculous.  I’ll stockpile recipes for the fall.

Fashionista has a slideshow of things you can buy that will benefit the oil spill cleanup efforts.

My friend Christina and I have a friendship that owes itself to a shared love of Wayne’s World, as we spent many a long bus ride to school in 7th grade quoting the movie. This is a favorite.

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