Self-Sabotage: Forget Your Shoes, Buy A New Outfit

I’ve been waking up at 5:45AM to make it to a 7AM spin class with Roarke at SoulCycle in West Hollywood with some frequency, which is admittedly, kind of insane. But as mentioned, I’ve packed on the pounds with my move to California, and these crazy hard spin classes are one of the few things that actually work. Anyway, due to some mitigating circumstances (namely, we ran out of Nespresso capsules), I was a bit groggy when I pulled out of the garage this morning. Half-way through a series of tap backs in class, I realized that I had left my shoes at home in Venice. Now Shopzilla—home to—is a technology company, which means that the teams of far-too-intelligent engineers I work with don’t really care whether I’m wearing cute flats with my skirt or Neoprene running shoes, but, alas, I care. Plus, I’m filming a segment for Extra! today, and I’m guessing the producer might care, too. Fortunately for me, Extra famously tapes at The Grove, which means that I can Working Girl myself right into some appropriate footwear before the shoot. But here’s the rub: I’ve been eying these velvet-y suede heels at J.Crew, which don’t go with my current outfit. So, somehow it seems to make better fashion math to me to just buy an entirely new outfit.

High Waisted Silk Pants J.CrewMona Suede Pumps J.crew

Blythe Blouse j.crewDouble Link Giraffe J.Crew Necklaceclockwise, l-r: HIGH-WAISTED SILK PANTS, $258.00, J.Crew; MONA SUEDE PUMP, $198.00, J.CrewDOUBLE-LINK GIRAFFE NECKLACE, $138.00, J.Crew; BLYTHE BLOUSE, $89.99, J.Crew.

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