All posts tagged: Oxford shoes

“True hope dwells on the possible, even when life seems to be a plot written by someone who wants to see how much adversity we can overcome.”

Be (B)eautiful: Made a visit to Steve Madden last night and fell IN LOVE w/ a slipper (T-pain voice)! I think these little shoes are friggen ADORABLE! They have them in a variety of cute colors. Pay day come quick! Mama needs a new pair of shoes! Be (A)uthentic: Crying cleanses the soul. Some of us prefer to be hard as stones and refuse to crack. A BAD girl is a gem, a rare one, and you must always be bright and shining. So if something is bringing you down, hurting or upsetting you, let it out. Release that one good cry (talk/vent to someone too) and then make an effort to move forward. You won’t be able to shine with a cloud hanging over you. 🙂 Be (D)etermined: I finally got to check out the finalists competing to be the head blogger for Alicia Keys new website http://www.iamasuperwoman.com! A few of them truly inspired me, one in particular, Christina, REALLY did! I completely identified with her thought process and while reading her post-I thought, …

“I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning to sail my ship”~ Louisa May Alcott

Be (B)eautiful: I am a new fan of the whole oxford shoes all of a sudden being cool and trendy. I can dig it! These Christian Louboutin Oxford pumps are to die for and they come in Nude which is another big trend this season.  These pumps can def be dressed up and dressed down with Jeans and a  cute top. Versatile shoes that can go from casual to night out are so worth it. Be (A)uthentic: 90% of the time you know what is best for you. If hearing it from someone else is what you need to confirm it then don’t take the easy way out and ask the person who will tell you what you want to hear. Go to the person who will keep it real, a fellow BAD girl, of course. Be (D)etermined: Most people think studying is something you do outside of the classroom, but why not study while you are actually in a learning environment? The initiative you put in to understand what the professor is talking about …