"I am a Bear of Very Little Brain, and long words Bother Me," - Winnie the Pooh

I think I may have discovered the most un-pc...bizarre...least appealing chocolate-y treat ever created...pygmy hippopotamus, mountain gorilla, and a koala bear mounted heads. Yep...chocolate taxidermy.

"And why was this created?", you ask. The answer is...for the World Society for the Protection of Animals. Why some misguided chocolatier decided the portrayal of stuffed, dead animal heads in candy would prompt people to go save an endangered species is too much for my small brain to fathom. Does anyone have any suggestions?


“I like restraint, if it doesn't go too far.” - Mae West

Well, another Black Friday has been and gone...but did I fall prey to the insidious come-hither glances that I received (via email) from APC, Satine, and a host of others telling me about their massive price reductions...did I? No, I did not. Idiot that I am I fell prey to not one, but two, items that were full price.

I'm really rather ashamed of myself...I've been attempting (a version of) frugal living...and have a watch list of items that I would be interested in if their prices fall beyond a certain point...and yet...I was completely unable to restrain myself and perform any kind of rational thinking. Which is odd (in addition to being demoralizing) as when Susie Bubble wrote about Central Saint Martins graduate, Simone Shailes' collection for Topshop I thought it was lovely but it didn't ignite a fire of longing. Yet when I was trolling their site and spotted her looped, navy blue turtleneck it seemed so perfect...twistedly classic and classically twisted...like a man's fisherman's sweater run gloriously amok...that I was unable to resist.

And, if that was bad enough, I then decided to take a stroll through their "Premium" section before checking out...do not pass go, do not collect $200, do not play this game without a chaperone...and found a cheerful star scarf which proved equally irresistible.

Now I know why it's called Black Friday...



"And the silken sad uncertain rustling of each purple curtain Thrilled me..." - Edgar Allan Poe

This seems to be bird week...from those cast in bronze...to those served on a plate...so I couldn't resist rounding out the triumvirate with "those that sit around your need and look luxuriously gothic"...as if Poe's raven had metamorphosed into fashionable form.



“Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.” - Doug Larson

I've only done a recipe post once before but it seemed to go well (well, no one complained about food poisoning) so I'm trying another one...it helps that duck also takes 5 hours to cook so I've got some time to kill. This time I'm sharing my favorite appetizer...mini-BLTs. I know what you're going to say..."that's not very fancy"...but trust me, if you have a selection of appetizers these things will disappear before anything else.

What you need:
A Pepperidge Farm Sandwich loaf (or a similar doughy, white, thinly-sliced, bread)
An iceberg lettuce
Some tomatoes
Bacon (good bacon with more meat than fat)
Salt & Pepper (not the hip-hop group from the 80's...the condiment)

What you do:
Take a slice of bread and roll it with a rolling pin until it is as thin as possible. Using a cookie cutter, cut two rounds from the slice (each round will be about 1.5" in diameter). Keep going until all that remains of the loaf is a pile of circular cut-outs and a smaller pile of bread cast-offs.

Take a 24 hole muffin tray and place a bread round in each hole...press each one into the tray so it becomes cup shaped. Place the tray into a pre-heated 350 degree oven for about 7-8 minutes (until the cups are brown and crisp).

Meanwhile...fry the bacon. Chop the bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes into the smallest pieces possible...I have to warn you that by the time you have done this with two of the three main ingredients you will be ready to kill yourself...ignore this feeling, it fades as soon as you start eating.

Combine the B...the L...and the T in a bowl, along with a tablespoon or so of mayonnaise. Add some freshly ground salt and pepper and mix together.

Remove your bread cups from the oven and let cool slightly then place on a serving plate...fill each cup with the BLT mixture.

That's it...you could, of course, miniaturize any sandwich in this manner...mini-clubs, mini-egg mayonnaise, mini-prawn cocktail...even mini-PBJB (peanut butter/jelly/bacon) for those who like a sweet and savory mix.



“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” - George Bernard Shaw

Whether you're having turkey...Tofurky (enc et al)...duck (that would be the Hebden household)...or any other "big bird"...here's wishing all the U.S. folks a Happy Thanksgiving!

For everyone else, have a great Thursday and be thankful that you won't be regretting all that pigging out come Friday morning...


The eagle has landed...

Well, my talon cuff has arrived, finally. Honestly, I don't think I've worked so hard to make a purchase in my life...it has, after all, taken six weeks to get here...and the final delivery was a decidedly inauspicious (somehow when I spend this much on a piece of jewelry I expect something more in the way of packaging than a layer of tissue paper inside a FedEx envelope).

Gripes aside though, it is gorgeous...the gold is brighter than I'd anticipated but I'm assuming that it will dull and mellow with age and wearing. And I do plan on wearing it...everywhere (despite Mr. Heb's assertion that it looks like I'm being attacked by a large bird)...probably with my grandmother's antique signet ring (which seems to be a good pairing, though you can't tell from my awful photographs).


“As far as I'm concerned, being any gender is a drag.” - Patti Smith

A few days ago a friend sent me an email containing the following...


"Ho, ho, ho", said I. "Isn't that amusing?" And Mr. Heb and I joked that I obviously needed to add more girlish references in my writing in order to remove my new gender neutral moniker. Then I decided to write this post and tried the GenderAnalyzer for myself.


In the space of a few days I have gone from 51% (gender neutral) to 53% (blog written by a man). What the hell...at this rate my blog persona will be 100% masculine before the Thanksgiving gravy has congealed on the plate.


“Always carry a flagon of whiskey in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small snake.” - W. C. Fields

Having leapt into the abyss and bought a leopard print scarf I am now fixated by other animal-print options. So much so that I have to wonder...is this how it begins? Start with a scarf and the next minute you're "that crazy lady who wears 16 different animalistic patterns at one time"...

Perhaps if I just stick with scarves I'll be okay. After all, you can only wear one (maybe two) scarves at a time...moderation will be maintained by a sheer inability to wrap myself up beyond a certain point. Thereby making it safe to ogle this cashmere python-print scarf...taste-wise, if not financially.


And the winner is...

Yesterday marked the end of the first ever Style...a work in progress competition (or SAWIPCO for short). Thanks to everyone who entered...I had a horrible vision of having no entries and this being the first, and last, SAWIPCO...but no, my mailbox received quite a few quotations.

And the winner is...Victoria...who came up with not one, but two, quotes that I loved...

If you aren’t enjoying your clothes, then you really are missing the point. ~ Betty Halbreich

People will stare. Make it worth their while. ~ Harry Winston

Victoria...if you'd like to send me an email with your name and address (and choice of oily, normal, or sensitive skin kit) I'll make sure your prize gets sent out to you.


"Size isn't everything..."

"The traditional gamsbart, which is what this pin is based on, is typically worn on the hat of hunters in the Alpine region of Europe. In theory, the size of the gamsbart reflects one's manliness."

These pins actually remind me of the folks who used to "come North"...ie to Scotland...for the huntin', shootin', and fishin'...and felt that they would look inconspicuous and like one of the locals if they stuck some feathered pins on their new tweeds. At the time I was so busy ridiculing the idea...and the overall effect that they achieved...that I never realized how beautiful the pins were. Thankfully I was given a second chance when I stumbled across this example.


“Patience is the art of hoping” - Marquis de Vauvenargues

Normally at this time of year a girl's thoughts turn to Christmas Wish Lists (well, mine do at least) but this year that's not happening. Partially because Mr. Heb and I had already decided on a $50 limit this holiday season...and partially because I currently have a Sales Wish List loitering around waiting to spring into action once the percentages are right. I should say at this point that I realize that it is a little bird-of-prey-ish to be sitting around waiting for prices to hit rock bottom thanks to the current economy but...alright, I can't think of a justification...let's just say that I know I currently resemble a vulture and I can live with that (providing I manage to snag a few things off my list).

Actually I can already scratch one thing off. Regular readers may recall that a few months ago I was lusting over Burfitt's high-waisted, dip-dyed, plaid skirt...in fact the only thing that I was recoiling from was the price...$455 for those who like detail in their narrative. So I maintained a strong grip on my credit card and added the skirt to my "when the price is lowered by a ridiculous amount, or hell freezes over, whichever comes sooner" list.Photobucket

Then I received an email from Creatures of Comfort announcing their 30% off private sale (through November 27th using the code PFW2008, after that it's 25% off for everyone). I have to say that, mercenary that I am, 30% wasn't going to illicit a response on regularly priced items but...at one point...the plaid skirt had been demoted to their sale section. Wonder of wonders, not only was the skirt available...and in my size...but the discount works on sale goods too! The cumulative discount brings it down to less than a quarter of the original price...for that the vulture flies down off its branch (the skirt should be with me next week).


“Imitation is at least 50 percent of the creative process” - Jamie Buckingham

Sometimes a DIY project will take a very convoluted journey to get from Point A (inspiration) to Point Z (completion)...often visiting Point L (depression) and Point R (insanity) along the way. Case in point, after ogling the necklaces from Prada's holiday jewelry collection...and realizing that I wasn't going to be handing over the $800 that was necessary to procure one...I decided to make my own...or, to take the elements that I liked, add a few things of my own, and hope the end result was wearable.

The "likes" were easy...I'll always have a soft spot for jewels...especially those in any kind of close proximity to a fabric backing. Luckily I had a vintage paste brooch that I never wore and a scrap of tweed. Unfortunately when I combined the two they looked like just that...a brooch stuck onto a piece of fabric. So the project was laid to rest for a week or so...until I either came up with a better idea or unhitched tweed from brooch and pretended the whole incident had never happened.

Then a few days ago, while cleaning out my closet, I came across a hat which, quite frankly, I should have thrown out years ago. But it was one of those sentimental things. The hat was pure Little Bo Beep...a massive straw picture hat with long black silk ties. I bought it years ago at Joseph...wore it several times, most memorably at a riverside picnic where I probably looked insane but felt very floaty and feminine. That, however, was quite a while ago and a hat of that size is virtually impossible to pack or store...well, to do so and retain any of its form. Yes, my hat was squashed and deformed to the point of no return...but the black silk ties were still in good shape. So I cut off the silk...resigned the hat to the garbage...and used the silk as both an embellishment and a chain for my aborted necklace.

The end result is a combination of grandma, widow, and the English countryside...almost unrecognizable when compared to the piece which originally inspired it...but an interesting addition to my jewelry collection.



"Don't assume you're always going to be understood. I wrote in a column that one should put a cup of liquid in the cavity of a turkey when roasting it. Someone wrote me that 'the turkey tasted great, but the plastic cup melted.'" - Heloise

Thanksgiving is almost upon us and, much as I love a drumstick and a spoonful of stuffing, I have to ask...does no one spare a thought for the poor little turkey? Plucked so that its pale flesh is on show...wrapped in tin foil...and then presented to a group of people so that they can pull it to pieces.

All in all, pretty much the same experience you'd have wearing this Vivienne Westwood dress...


“You don't have to travel around the world to understand that the sky is blue everywhere” - Goethe

Many Christmas' ago...when I was twelve-ish...my mother surprised me with a bicycle...it was gloriously bright and shiny...in a snazzy silver and red color combo. Perfect...except for the fact that it was a BMX bicycle...and I was a tall-for-my-age-not-very-athletic-klutz. Not exactly a match made in heaven. Still, I (wo)manfully stuck with it and cycled around the Scottish countryside which surrounded my village...despite the fact that my knees were alarmingly close to my ears and completely blocked my ability to use the brake levers.

Thus began and on-again/off-again affair with bicycles that has led me to secondhand clunkers...retro rides...mountain bikes...and now, The Gap. Because, for some strange reason, The Gap has added something new to its inevitable Christmas selection of brightly striped sweaters and hat/scarf/glove combos...an argyle bicycle. I'm not entirely sure what the rationale was but I, for one, love it.


“BAIT, n. A preparation that renders the hook more palatable. The best kind is beauty.” - Ambrose Bierce

Another day...another email from Neiman Marcus that makes me wonder two things...who puts together their advertising...and who their target audience is. In this instance, to announce the "Premier Handbag Event", I'm told that I get a free gift with purchase. Yes, that's right...if I make my credit card tingle and wince by buying a $2,000 Yves Saint Laurent Besace or a $2,400 zebra stripe woven hobo from Bottega Veneta I get...a handbag hook.

That's it? A handbag hook? Possibly the most useless invention ever to burst into existence (and I'm saying this from the standpoint of a very paranoid handbag user)...I understand not wanting to put your bag on the floor...or on the back of your chair...but I don't see how hanging it from the table is any better (as that particular location has an increased risk of drips and spills as the waiter delivers your order). And the real kicker with all of this? The obligatory caution that there's only "one gift per order, per customer"...so if you were going to buy both bags in the vague hope of being given two handbag hooks in return for your $4,000 put that thought right out of your mind.



“Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits.” - Thomas Alva Edison

While I'm waiting to get my hands on my talon cuff...insert a long and not terribly interesting story about the designer not taking credit cards and the first check I sent being lost in the mail (damn you, US Postal Service!)...I have plenty of free time to browse through her other pieces for future wish list items.

Like this delightfully macabre crow's skull necklace which mixes decadence and mortality in a very alluring way.


"Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life, but define yourself.” - Harvey S. Firestone

The words "plastic"...or "fashion victim"...or "glazed expression"...aren't usually complimentary. Unless, that is, you happen to be a 2" tall f.v. doll...in which case they're probably the highest praise you could receive...



Let there be light!

It must be hideously difficult for those with insane amounts of money...especially when it comes to decorating their home(s). After all, you can't just pop into Ikea...you need to have something hand-crafted...something unique...something that says "look at me, I spent an incredible sum on this in an attempt to out do the other millionaires that I know".

Which brings me to...the custom chandeliers of Rock and Royal...because, for a truly ostentatious show of wealth, nothing beats a giant, light-up, penis chandelier.


“It is the fight alone that pleases us, not the victory.” - Blaise Pascal

I've mentioned my on-going battle against the demon moth before...every time I think I'm winning I come across one looking gorged and bloated and realize that he's probably just been nibbling on one of my cashmere sweaters. And such is my paranoia over this issue that I am constantly on the look out for new ways to wage war...some of which are purely functional, some useless, and some so beautifully packaged that I can ignore the fact that I'd be lucky if they'd claim one victim...like this incredibly cute cashmere care kit from J Crew. The gingham bag is so quaint...the comb, useful (though, personally, I prefer to remove any pilling by hand)...but the cedar ball (aesthetically pleasing though it may be) is so small that I doubt it would do much in the way of moth prevention...unless, that is, I started swinging it around and bludgeoning them with it.Photobucket


"Flowers wither...their beauty doesn't last forever...but with photographs I can trap the beauty" - Mika Ninagawa

The words above were taken from the video accompanying photographer/film director Mika Ninagawa's holiday collection for Shu Uemura...a collection that I am tempted to buy solely for the packaging featuring her work...until, that is, my inner voice reminds me that I am a) not Rockerfeller and b) pretty much the lowest maintenance/most make-up free person in existence and therefore not the ideal candidate for mass purchases of this sort.Photobucket


“Take hope from the heart of man, and you make him a beast of prey.” - Marie Louise De La Ramee

Dear Santa Claus,

Firstly, apologies for the lack of belief in your existence since the age of seven...and the whole "pretending to believe for a few extra years because it meant more gifts" ploy...and also the "eating some of the mince pies that were left out for Santa because I was feeling peckish" incident. All truly regrettable but, really, do they need to taint our relationship going forward? Can't we kiss and make up...preferably with a nice, lavish gift to make up for all that lost time? Something, say, like this incredible combination of Victorian Etruscan revival book chain and bird of prey pendant by Philip Crangi?

It's only November so take some time to think it over...




“He liked to shoot guns and ride motorcycles. You know, typical guy stuff.” - Susan Jackson

PhotobucketI need to be talked down from the shoe ledge...now...before I jump into the all-engulfing darkness and end up buying a pair of these motorcycle boots from Miu Miu...not purely because they manage to combine luxe and bad-ass in an incredibly alluring way...but because they do so while looking non-clunky and (dare I say) feminine. If only they were several hundred dollars cheaper all would be well...but they're not...and I'm in the midst of feeling cheap/attempting to be good...so I need to convince myself to move away from the precipice...but, I admit, I'm teetering.


“If I have a signature, it's the skull and crossbones...I think it's the buccaneer in me.” - Art Cooper

The lovely folks over at Lulu's are offering readers of this blog 15% off any purchases made until December 1st...like, say, this classical skull wallet...just enter "styleawip" at checkout.Photobucket


“I used to go around looking as frumpy as possible because it was inconceivable you could be attractive as well as be smart." - Catherine Zeta Jones

Another twist on eighties mania...the return of the "frump sweater"...ie an over-sized and rather shapeless pieces of knitwear that gives absolutely no indication as to the underlying shape of the wearer. As I type this I realize that it may be coming across that I dislike the frump sweater..."au contraire, as the man said on the Bay of Biscay when they'd asked him if he'd dined" (sorry, that's one of my favorite lines from one of my vintage mystery novels...I'm sure it was riotously funny in 1930 but is probably lacking a certain something now)...I'm actually a huge fan of the f.s. (and have a cupboard full of vintage f.s.' to prove it)...I'm just happily surprised by the re-emergence of cozy, cocooned comfort over sex appeal.

Now that the cold weather has arrived I've already started pulling out my frumps from their summer resting place...how about you, will you be frumpin' this Fall?



"Close sits my shirt, but closer my skin." - Latin proverb

It's been a while since I've come across a street style photograph that made me what to track the person down...persuade them to follow me down a dark alley...and then run off with a item of their clothing...but the photograph of this Parisian girl did the trick. To be honest, I'd take any of the pieces from this particular look but the one that has initiated a new "quest" is her plaid shirt...which looks particularly pleasing and adds an element of "the country mouse visiting the city mouse" to the entire ensemble. Additionally (unless my eyes deceive me or I'm indulging in a case of wishful thinking) her shirt has a straight hem...a big plus as it makes it appear to be a little bit more jacket...a little less shirt.

Now all I have to do is find something similar...and Googling Carhartt is no help...all that yields is acres of men's shirts and overalls. Ah well, a good quest keeps me out of mischief...as the Knights of the Round Table used to say...


"Roll up, roll up, try your luck at a game of chance..."

It's time for my first ever giveaway contest...and I'm actually rather jealous of the prize because...

  1. It's the time of year when my skin needs a bit more TLC in the skincare department
  2. I love to try new "gloop"
  3. I haven't tried anything from Sothys but I'm assuming that with this kit I could pretend that I was getting a treatment in their establishment on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris (as opposed to standing in my bathroom, balancing things on the rim of my sink and hoping that they don't fall in)

And so, to the good stuff...

The prize...is an at home spa kit (for either oily, normal, or sensitive skin) valued at $140.

To win...well, as you all know, I love quotes. So I'm asking that you leave a quote related to beauty...or skin...or even gloop for that matter...and I'll pick my favorite.

The rules...you can enter multiple times (because nothing is more annoying than entering a contest and then coming up with a better answer)...the contest is open to US and Canadian residents only (apologies to everyone else)...and you have two weeks to get your entries in (i.e. the competition closes on November 22nd).

"Bonne chance!", as they say on the rue du F S-H.


"When she was good she was very, very, good but when she was bad she was rotten..."

La Garconne's "The Ensembles" No.3 hit my Inbox...and once again I am lusting over just about every item in the darned thing. Do these people not realize that I am trying to ignore temptation and be good?

The surprising thing (because, to be honest, my lusting over everything wasn't a massive shock) was that they managed to style Alexander Wang's ripped denim shorts in a way that I hadn't come across before. They looked luxe, but laidback...polished, yet still a little grungy...and, well, to cut a long story short...I now desperately want a pair. Thankfully a small portion of my sanity is in tact and is arguing (and pretty well I might add) that $285 is too much for denim shorts.

So now I have a quandary. Sitting in my closet...and gathering dust as I haven't actually worn them in a few years...are a pair of APC dark denim jeans that I believe I could get to resemble Wang's distressed shorts...with the help of a pair of scissors and some sand paper. However, I don't know if I can bring myself to cut up anything from APC...weak and pathetic I know...but I usually treat my APC purchases with kid gloves...the thought of attacking one with a blade makes me feel ill.

Hence this post, the big question...what should I do? Do I...

a) stop being a baby and just pick up the scissors?


b) see if I can snatch a pair of Mr. Heb's jeans without him noticing?



"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy -- and Jill a rich widow." - unknown

In my new...and hopefully improved...frugal mood I shudder to think how much I have spent on scarves over the years. My only justification (and it's a good one...even if I say it myself and shouldn't) is that a scarf is one of the multi-tasking little workhorses of accessories. It can be insouciant or uptight (depending on how it's tied)...add just the right amount of warmth on those Fall/Spring days when the temperature changes every 10 minutes...protect your hair from the elements when you've forgotten your umbrella...save you from having to spend "quality time" with airplane blankets...transform into a bag (with a few knots and a healthy dose of optimism that nothing will fall out)...and generally perform all sorts of good deeds in the outfit line.

Which is why part of me is casting covetous glances at this lace-edged scarf...part Italian widow...part boudoir...totally over-priced at $395...but an interesting idea for a little DIY.


"“It's easier to put on slippers than to carpet the whole world.” - Al Franken

Oh, fashion Gods...you can be a bit of a tease sometimes. Case in point, I stumbled across a pair of shoes from (whisper it...Juicy) that I actually liked...the knitted ruffles...the suede trim...cozy, yet girly and definitely something to cheer up the feet during the winter. Visions of all kinds of knitwear-laden outfits were filling my head...then I read the description again and realized they were...slippers.Photobucket


Happy birthday to tee!

I couldn't really let the day go by without wishing a happy birthday to my vintage Katherine Hamnett "Vote" t-shirt...could I?Photobucket


“Such labored nothings, in so strange a style, Amaze th' unlearned, and make the learned smile” - Alexander Pope

I keep coming across articles that use the word "effortless" as a style description and it's beginning to irk me...possibly because of the dichotomy that, while I love it when things appear "effortless", I realize that a whole lot of "effort" was required to get to that state. I'm sure there are some people (possibly ones who have unicorns for pets or who have found a street that actually is paved with gold) who can fall out of bed, grab a few articles of clothing, and sally forth into the outside world looking absolutely amazing...I just haven't met any of them (of course, I never met Santa Claus either and I believed in him for quite a few years).

My main issue though is why is this lack of effort seen as such a good thing? It can't only be to assuage any feelings of guilt we may have over the perception of vanity...can it? A continuation of the reasoning behind saying "oh, this old thing" when someone compliments you on a brand new (and rather expensive) purchase. Or is it the implication that the person them self must be so stunningly good looking that they can throw any old crap on and still look fabulous? Whatever the reason, enough is enough...it's time for people to say "this took some time to put together but I'm rather happy with the result"...or, for those who like acronyms, EWE (Effortless With Effort)...self-help groups could form...and just think of the slogans we could use... "Don't be part of he herd, be EWE".Photobucket


“My body is a temple where junk food goes to worship” - unknown

'Tis (quickly becoming) the season for...fashion food. At least, that appears to be the direction that things are moving in...because a browse through Parisian lifestyle store Colette's latest offerings garnered not one, not two, but three designer/food collaborations.

The selection ranges from Sonia Rykiel's marshmallow bears (one with a snazzy little polka dot bow tie) to Lolita Lempicka's cookies and Catherine Malandrino's Cointreau...somehow that last option takes us out of "this is marginally cute territory" and fully into "gratuitous marketing land".



"Their bodies . . . painted with woad in sundry figures" - Milton

As you may have noticed by now, I have a slight fascination with words...and, according to an online dictionary that I frequent, "Wode" can mean...

  • Wood
  • Mad
  • A strange combination of the two as found in Chaucer..."Our hoste gan to swear as (if) he were wood"...(on a side note this probably explains my lack of enthusiasm for The Canterbury Tales)
  • A seer, a poet
  • Insane, possessed, rabid, furious, frantic

It is also the name of Boudicca's "art fragrance"...though in this instance Wode is taken from Woad...a "deep blue plant extract"...which I can't help feeling is a little less exciting than a frantic, poetic, possession but I find the overall concept interesting so if I was to wear it I'd make sure that I provided the necessary element of insanity.

The idea, in a nutshell, is that when the fragrance first makes its appearance on the skin it is as a vibrant cobalt blue mist...which fades and disappears leaving only the scent behind. The combination of pressurized spray can and intense color mean that, if only for a few brief minutes, you can be your own canvas...walking graffiti...the very picture of scent and art combined...


Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool?

I believe (depressing as the thought may be) that I have come across a footwear option so heinously ugly that it may give Uggs a run for their money. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you...the winter FitFlop...an unholy union of sheepskin slipper and wobbleboard sole.

The good news is that only a limited number of these will be hitting the streets due to a "shearling shortage"...

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