After spending opening day of the Anniversary Sale at the flagship store in downtown Seattle, I have some additional items to add to my original list of picks:


  • Charles David “Regiment” Lace-up Bootsicon ($249.90): Perfect for gals with narrow calves. If I needed another pair of knee-high boots, I’d get these.
  • Trouve “Sabrina” Distressed Leather Ankle Bootsicon ($99.90): Very comfortable and very 90’s inspired. Love the cream, but the black is just as fab. Warning: it’s a shame to purchase these if you’re going to cover them up with boot cut jeans. But they are tricky to wear with skirts and dresses because they are flat and mid-calf. You will need to experiment.
  • Steve Madden “Maryn” Bootsicon ($179.90): My stylish sister in law is taking a chestnut pair back to London because they are sublime. Extra comfy, scrunchable and perfect for a wide calf.
  • Steve Madden “Sabra” Over-The-Knee Booticon ($199.90): The length of these boots is more forgiving because they pull on and don’t have a back, so try them despite your height. Quite comfy and definitely worth a look.
  • Cole Haan “Carma Ait Tantivy” Pumpicon ($189.90): As far as stiletto peep toes go, this one is pretty comfy.



  • Kenneth Cole New York Leggingsicon ($31.90): These leggings look and feel like Ponte pants with a super little back panel inset. They run big so size down.

Watches & Jewelry

Happy shopping!