Dream shoes: Jeffrey Campbell will murder ur life in these platforms


Yeah these are pretty weird which means they are cool as fuck. It’s good to wear weird shit though because weird shit starts conversations and makes you feel like a billion pennies. PLUS, these platforms by shoe god Jeffrey Campbell come with a secret door where you can hide candy, weed cigarettes or your business card when you’re out on the town and trying to spread your game.

P.S. I don’t know what kind of actual psycho would stuff them with confetti instead of snacks. Total freaks, that’s who.

Jeffrey Campbell Jadis-Door Platforms, $255


Fashion: Jeffrey Campbell rollerskates

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Holy shit. These are way better than those light up atrocities strange kids used to wear in middle school. Reminicent of Doc Martens circa 95. The wheels are retractable too! Drive in workers at Sonic just got a lot more fashionable.

Fashion: Tonite Platform by Jeffrey Campbell

LOVE these Tonite Platforms by shoe God Jeffrey Campbell. I am so obsessed with every shoe he puts out. I’m just waiting for a real job, so I can afford them and accumulate a fabulous shoe collection, like every not-poor 20 something should have! Le sigh éternel.

Does anyone know how it is to walk in platforms like this with the curved back?

It almost hurts looking at them because they are sooooooo attractive. All I think is “wantwantwantwantwantwant. But don’t needneedneed. Or do I?” on repeat.

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Fashion: Sweet for Spring

Jeffrey Campbell Darian Sandal, $165. Photo: urbanoutfitters.com
Jeffrey Campbell Darian Sandal, $165. Photo: urbanoutfitters.com

So so so sweet for spring.

ASOS Blouse With Pleating And Lace Yoke, $71.62. Photo: asos.com
ASOS Blouse With Pleating And Lace Yoke, $71.62. Photo: asos.com

Very Lana Del Rey.

Sipani earrings, $110.00. Photo: nastygal.com
Sipani earrings, $110.00. Photo: nastygal.com

Simple and bold.

H&M Blazer, $59.95. Photo: hm.com
H&M Blazer, $59.95. Photo: hm.com


Fashion: Nasty Gal

One positive thing about personalized internet marketing, on sites like Facebook, is that Nasty Gal ads pop up nearly everywhere I go. And I am totally O.K. with it.

Lita platform boot in Butterfly. $162. So amazing. Photo: nastygal.com
Lita platform boot in Butterfly by Jeffrey Campbell. $162. So amazing. Photo: nastygal.com

I DO spend chunks of free time browsing through their shoes, most of which I could never wear for more than a car ride to sitting down at a party because of a bunion situation and my general lack of being able to wear shoes like this. Maybe someday I’ll have the guts (and the funds) to wear Litas. Le sigh! 

Their clothes are amazing as well. I’ve found multiple faux-fur coats that I love, but they always tend to be sold out or out of my popular medium size. Nuts!

If anyone was having issues styling themselves, pretty much anything on this site is good to go. You’ll be in style heaven and getting compliments like newlyweds: A little bit of jealously mixed with shock and awe.

Vintage, clothes, accessories, shoes, sales (!!!) and a kicky blog to keep you in the fashion loop.

Also, their models are good. Especially Chrishell. I wrote Nasty Gal an email once explaining how much I liked that she looks like a healthy model. She wears the shit out of the clothes she models. Go Chrishell! They emailed me back a very nice letter. Go Nasty Gal!

Owner Sophia Amoruso, I love you. Great style, great store, greatness all around.