This dress is a true work of art. It's definitely one of the more scandalous items in my closet -- aside from the burlesque girl depicted in various stages of undress, it's also very low-cut on me. It's not a dress that would be appropriate for many occasions, but I absolutely love it (and it's plain to see how high the quality is). I'm thinking that I'll probably wear it some time during the Fringe Festival this fall, though I'll probably wear a cardigan over it and opt for black heels. I think this dress is a showstopper, for sure!
This blue glitter jelly wedges are really fun, but they aren't nearly as comfortable as I had hoped they'd be. I have two pairs of Mel by Melissa jelly wedges that are fairly comfy, and I think the difference between those and the ones I'm wearing here is that the Mel shoes are made of a much softer, malleable plastic. The plastic of these wedges doesn't mold as well to my feet, and it's much less flexible for walking. I really do love them though, so I'll just have to find occasions to wear them that don't involve a ton of walking! I had a tough time deciding between the wedges and these plastic heels (which would've matched the dress perfectly!), but I was too nervous about the heels being even less comfortable! You can't win 'em all, I guess.