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Photos by Beto Ramos


Two problems arise when I wear flats. 1) I feel I look short and stubby because I have short legs and a long torso. 2) Since I have so much freedom of movement I want to dance, dance, dance, dance. The same problems come up when I wear pants. I just cannot stay still, for the life of me. I still couldn’t resist these color-block Hale Bob leggings from the Fall collection. The colors are spot on for the new season (I still tear up thinking Summer’s really gone) and they were oh, so comfy! I paired them with these great ShoeMint booties to complete the casual, comfy look. Très chill. I headed downtown to the East Village and spent the afternoon in the park. Click to see just how awesome/cool/comfy this outfit is!



I’m a ninja! Or Spiderman. Both cool


Top: Old Navy

Jacket (which I pimped out myself, thankyouverymuch): Maxrave

Leggings: Hale Bob

Booties: ShoeMint

Jewelry: All from wholesalers 


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  7. Laura

    October 5, 2012 at 1:47 PM

    Are you still dancing? How do you stay so flexible?

    • Aminta

      October 5, 2012 at 7:53 PM

      Haha, trust me, I used to be more flexible! I haven’t dance in over a year :(

  8. Coral Camargo

    October 3, 2012 at 11:23 PM

    elegante , actual y espectacular!

    • Enlik

      February 22, 2013 at 10:11 AM

      Absolutely! :) You know how much I love this idea already, and I had to smile when you menitoned there would be only room for pretty pretty heels! Why else would you show them off in a display if they weren’t beautiful heels?? :) I hope you are having a lovely weekend, Rose9line! Rachel

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