Friday, January 20, 2012

--Weekend Feature-- Cape Codders make for one Tipsy Skipper



Originality, quality and comfort, these U.S. made Tipsy Skipper flats quickly found their way to my wardrobe for all of the right reasons.  The conversational shoes are quite easy to mix in to those tricky outfits where practically nothing seems to tie in.  I find them casual enough for a day running errands, yet dressy enough to meet friends for a drink. 

14 comments:

  1. These shoes are so cute. Love the print and the gold back.

    Thanks for sharing:)

    cLd

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  2. Vivid photography, Vickers. Your photography or someone else's, if we may know?

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  3. I need a pair of these asap! So cute.

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  4. Must have! Immediately if not sooner. Thx for sharing!

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  5. I really like the style of the Tipsy Skippers, too! I think my sister would like a pair!

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  6. How awesome is that name?. Love it.:)

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  7. Great to see so many wonderful comments! No flats will be worn today however, 7" of snow on the ground and counting here in Rhode Island.

    Kionon, thank you for the compliments on our photography. Myself and boyfriend Kiel take all photos used on CGWP's. I look forward to enhancing my photography skills as does Kiel.

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  8. Love the gold on the heels and the key print... yet I doubt I will be wearing flats any time soon as well due to the snow!

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  9. Those are so cute! My sister's sorority symbol is a key, so she'd probably love them. :)

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  10. They are adorable! They look well made, and a bit tongue and cheek! And I agree with Kionon, excellent photo!! Thank you for sharing :)

    Too bad about the snow! 7" of show would shut down my city for days.

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  11. Thanks for the Tipsy Skipper love! So glad you're enjoying your Skipper Skimmers, Sarah! You're the perfect advertisement for the brand, and this photography is just stunning! Cheers!

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  12. Vickers, well, you and KJP do everything else yourselves and continue to work on providing the rest of us with outstanding products, so I shouldn't wonder that you do your own photography as well!

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  13. These are adorable! I love the color combo and they look delightfully comfortable.

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  14. Vickers, where were the pretty silk (?) ballerinas from, pictures on KJP's blog, circa Christmas loot 2010? i have been searching for those foh eva!!

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