Even though I grew up a total tomboy, playing outdoors all day in backwards baseball hats and ripped clothes, there was a pretty dramatic shift somewhere around sophomore year in high school. I shifted from strictly ponytails and cargo pants to dresses and lip gloss, but somewhere along the way lost the ability to even remotely incorporate more of a sporty vibe. But there was something about these shoes that I could get behind - they're not too in your face to the point of being aggressive, but still add a touch of style to an otherwise plain outfit. I brought them home assuming that I'd return them immediately, but instead of feeling like a poser (my initial fear), I found a deep-seated connection to my youth that I find remarkably comforting.
A couple of weekends back, we ventured downtown for breakfast tacos and coffee (a stellar combination). I'd heard a ton of rave reviews about Guerrilla Tacos and somehow they managed to even surpass my high expectations. So after grabbing drinks at Handsome Coffee, we ordered ...read more