Leather shoes – Keds Shoes For Women http://kedsshoesforwomen.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:46:04 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-64.png Leather shoes – Keds Shoes For Women http://kedsshoesforwomen.com/ 32 32 Britney Spears is ready for the night in a silk cut-out dress and platforms – Footwear News https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/britney-spears-is-ready-for-the-night-in-a-silk-cut-out-dress-and-platforms-footwear-news/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:20:15 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/britney-spears-is-ready-for-the-night-in-a-silk-cut-out-dress-and-platforms-footwear-news/ Britney Spears kicked off the week with her own twist on Barbie style. The Grammy Award-winning singer posed on a balcony in a music video compiled into a new Instagram reel. Smiling and performing her now-iconic runway-style stroll, Spears wore a bright pink silk dress with an open-back silhouette. The Y2K-esque piece featured a long […]]]>

Britney Spears kicked off the week with her own twist on Barbie style.

The Grammy Award-winning singer posed on a balcony in a music video compiled into a new Instagram reel. Smiling and performing her now-iconic runway-style stroll, Spears wore a bright pink silk dress with an open-back silhouette. The Y2K-esque piece featured a long skirt and mock turtleneck, with a risque edge of wide triangular cutouts on each side. Spears finished her look with a set of simple earrings, allowing her dress to take center stage.

Spears’ outfit tapped into the current “Barbiecore” trend, where femininity and empowerment are channeled by wearing shades of pink – reminiscent of her eponymous character’s own wardrobe. The movement has taken the fashion world by storm with brands like Valentino, Kate Spade New York and Balmain using color in their current collections, as well as viral celebrity moments with Anne Hathaway, Zendaya and Florence Pugh.

The “Femme Fatale” musician completed her outfit with a pair of wedge heels. Her style featured brown uppers with curved open-toe straps and chunky soles. Although not entirely visible, it appeared to include a set of block-style heels, probably totaling 3-4 inches in height. The pair provided a versatile base for Spears’ outfit, as well as an alternative to her similarly colored pumps. The star’s comeback moment follows a weekend on a cruise with hubby Sam Asghari, where she shared a glimpse of instagram all in a bikini, floral dress and blue sports sneakers.

Spears’ shoe choices range from elegant to bohemian. Jhe The singer of “If U Seek Amy” shoes include a range of at-home styles including pointy toe pumps and platform sandals from affordable brands like Steve Madden. Her off-duty wardrobe also includes Amaranti wedges, Ugg boots and Asics sneakers. When previously on the red carpet, Spears’ sleek styles included pointy-toe, platform and thigh-high sandals by Christian Louboutin, Stuart Weitzman, Jimmy Choo and Schutz.

Check out Spears’ most daring style moments over the years in the gallery.

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DC’s Ukrainians Celebrate Their Legacy Amid War Grief https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/dcs-ukrainians-celebrate-their-legacy-amid-war-grief/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 01:19:00 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/dcs-ukrainians-celebrate-their-legacy-amid-war-grief/ As glowsticks twirled across the night sky, the dance-pop singer told thousands of onlookers to gaze up at the stars – and remember all the young men who will never see them again. Seven months after Russia invaded Ukraine, the three-day festival that St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral has held for 19 years is no […]]]>

As glowsticks twirled across the night sky, the dance-pop singer told thousands of onlookers to gaze up at the stars – and remember all the young men who will never see them again.

Seven months after Russia invaded Ukraine, the three-day festival that St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral has held for 19 years is no longer a celebration of an obscure culture, but a consolation for a sadly besieged. Ruslana, a Eurovision winner and former member of Ukraine’s parliament who performed at the festival, wasn’t the only one balancing happiness and despair.

“Everyone is tired of depression,” said violinist Vasyl Popadiuk, another performer at the festival in Silver Spring, Maryland. “We need a little break. After that we will have more power to fight.

His mother and brother are still in Kyiv, and his bandmates there have “traded in their instruments for weapons…it will never be like before”.

The traditional shirts called vyshyvanka that were lined up for sale outside the church were labeled by regions now better known for battles than embroidery: Chernihiv, Donetsk, Lugansk. Notably, there was a jersey for the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, which has been occupied by Russia since 2014.

In addition to crafts for sale at the festival, there was a shipping container of medical supplies to send to the front. After weekly services, there is now a line to light candles for the dead, said Tamara Woroby, parish council chairwoman. Father Volodymyr Steliac said around 20% of parishioners are now refugees.

But like years past at the festival, children enthusiastically lined up to recite poetry in stumbling Ukrainian and dance in bright red leather boots, red velvet waistcoats and crowns of pink and blue, gold and green flowers. .

“You want to see the soul of a nation, look at the colors,” said Steliac, who dreamed up the festival two decades ago. “Look at the clothes, look at the dancing. You see the beauty. Anything that interferes and tries to take them, they will resist.

Some of those helping to organize the festival expected to be in Ukraine. Natallia Korolchuk and Mykolenko Yaroslava met while folding some of the 15,000 varenyky dumplings for sale. Korolchuk, 55, made a nasty joke, which reminded Yaroslava, 32, of her mother. On Friday evening, they stayed at the church until 11 p.m. slicing pliatsok and honey cake.

Korolchuk was visiting his son in DC when the war started. Now she doesn’t know when she might return. Yaroslava was at home in Cherkasy, but planned to return to Maryland in March for work. Instead, her mother came to the door in tears on the morning of February 24.

“It’s war,” she said.

Yaroslava wanted to stay. But “my parents pushed me,” she says. With the help of strangers, she made her way to the United States via Poland, hiding from the rockets while waiting to be transported across the border.

Their hearts beat faster when they hear Ukrainian music and see people waving their flags. There is some comfort in no longer being confused for Russians. (Now Yaroslava’s boyfriend is getting warnings about Ukrainians’ creepy reputation.) They’ve also met more Russian natives, some of whom have started coming to church in solidarity.

Others did not expect to be in the United States. Vladyslav Zhaivoronok, 29, lost a leg and an eye defending Mariupol. He woke up in a Russian prison. Released in a prisoner exchange, he and his regiment are now in the United States asking for help in freeing more captives.

“All my friends still in Russian prisons are dead,” he said. He and other released prisoners of war addressed the crowd in Ukrainian between children’s dance groups. As a teary-eyed line formed to shake hands with Zhaivoronok, smiling teenagers ran onto the stage and began swaying in circles.

“Last year we were partying, we were having fun. This year we are doing it more so that people don’t forget that there is a war going on, there are people dying,” said said Khrystyna Preutesa.

The 26-year-old came to the United States five years ago for a master’s degree at American University. she is now married and expecting a baby with her husband. Jordanian by birth, he held a huge yellow and blue charcoal grill. Preutesa wore nothing Ukrainian; she said she wanted to buy the traditional clothes in Ukraine. She had planned to come this year. Now she talks to her family in Chernivtsi as sirens wail in the background.

“This year, the feeling is so different. Yet… you can be happy for a moment,” she said.

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Zara Tindall cries in pearls and black veil at Queen Elizabeth vigil – Footwear News https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/zara-tindall-cries-in-pearls-and-black-veil-at-queen-elizabeth-vigil-footwear-news/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 18:59:13 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/zara-tindall-cries-in-pearls-and-black-veil-at-queen-elizabeth-vigil-footwear-news/ Zara Tindall paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II during the final royal vigil around her grandmother’s coffin at Westminster Hall in London. She was part of the ceremony which brought together the eight grandchildren of the late monarch, including his brother, Prince Phillips. Princess Anne’s youngest child wore a black bishop’s robe with a velvet […]]]>

Zara Tindall paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II during the final royal vigil around her grandmother’s coffin at Westminster Hall in London. She was part of the ceremony which brought together the eight grandchildren of the late monarch, including his brother, Prince Phillips.

Princess Anne’s youngest child wore a black bishop’s robe with a velvet peter pan collar. As for the shoes, Tindall chose classic black pumps which she teamed with black tights, in keeping with the royal tradition of the time of mourning. She accessorized with token pearl earrings and a black headband with a veil.


Zara Tindall is seen at a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Hall on September 17, 2022 in London.

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The black veil is a symbol of sadness and is often worn by royal women after the death of a loved one. white pearls are considered to denote purity and represent tears.

The equestrian athlete has been wearing a dark outfit all week. On September 14, she wore a black midi dress with a turn-up collar and a pleated skirt during the state procession for Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin.


LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: Zara Tindall, Lady Louise Windsor and Princess Beatrice of York are seen during a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Hall on September 17, 2022 in London, England.  Queen Elizabeth II's grandchildren hold a family wake over her coffin lying in state at Westminster Hall.  Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 8, 2022 and was succeeded by her eldest son, King Charles III.  (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Zara Tindall is seen at a vigil for Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Hall on September 17, 2022 in London.

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Tindall and her brother Peter stood at the head of the coffin for about 15 minutes. They were joined by cousins ​​Prince Harry, Prince William, Princess Beatrice, Viscount Severn James and Lady Louise Windsor.


LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 17: Prince William, Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Princess Eugenie of York, Princess Beatrice of York, Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Lady Louise Windsor, James, The Viscount Severn arrive to hold a vigil in honor of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Hall on September 17, 2022 in London, England.  Queen Elizabeth II's grandchildren hold a family wake over her coffin lying in state at Westminster Hall.  Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 8, 2022 and was succeeded by her eldest son, King Charles III.  (Photo by Ian Vogler-WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Prince William, Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Princess Eugenie of York, Princess Beatrice of York, Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Lady Louise Windsor, James, Viscount Severn arrive to hold a vigil in honor of Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Hall on September 17, 2022 in London.

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Buckingham Palace has said the Queen’s state funeral will take place on September 19 at 11 a.m. The Queen will rest in state at Westminster Hall for four days to allow the public to pay their respects. The fashion industry also joined the grieving nation as the British Fashion Council recommended that the shows for London Fashion Week on September 19 be revamped.

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Check out the shoes Travis Kelce wore before the Kansas City Chiefs game https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/check-out-the-shoes-travis-kelce-wore-before-the-kansas-city-chiefs-game/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 13:49:05 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/check-out-the-shoes-travis-kelce-wore-before-the-kansas-city-chiefs-game/ Last night was another instant classic of the NFL’s young season. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Los Angeles Chargers 27-24. Between the excitement over the game and the re-release of Amazon Prime, a lot has been lost in the reshuffle. One of FanNation Kicks favorite players to cover, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce did […]]]>

Last night was another instant classic of the NFL’s young season. The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Los Angeles Chargers 27-24. Between the excitement over the game and the re-release of Amazon Prime, a lot has been lost in the reshuffle.

One of FanNation Kicks favorite players to cover, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce did his thing. The 7x NFL Pro-Bowler caught five receptions for 51 yards. There was no doubt that Kelce would play well after seeing his pre-game outfit.

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High impact on inflation: American and European buyers are looking for cheaper goods https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/high-impact-on-inflation-american-and-european-buyers-are-looking-for-cheaper-goods/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 23:05:00 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/high-impact-on-inflation-american-and-european-buyers-are-looking-for-cheaper-goods/ US and European importers of goods like bags, clothing and jewelry are asking their Indian suppliers to ship cheaper products as the purchasing power of inflation-ridden consumers in those markets has diminished. Synthetic leather shoes and bags are increasingly replacing natural leather goods in export orders from Indian suppliers, as they are up to 35% […]]]>
US and European importers of goods like bags, clothing and jewelry are asking their Indian suppliers to ship cheaper products as the purchasing power of inflation-ridden consumers in those markets has diminished.

Synthetic leather shoes and bags are increasingly replacing natural leather goods in export orders from Indian suppliers, as they are up to 35% cheaper than the original. As buyers seek lower export prices for garments, demand has risen for lab-grown diamonds, which cost less than half of natural diamonds.

“The trend is seen in gemstone and jewellery, textile, cosmetics and other industries,” said Ajay Sahai, chief executive of the Federation of Indian Export Organizations (FIEO). “So what we’re seeing is that low-value products are seeing good traction.”


Recession concerns weigh on consumer confidence

“The trend this year for exports will be high volume but lower value products,” Sahai added.

Half a century of high inflation in the eurozone led the European Central Bank to raise interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point last week from zero and warn of further rate hikes . Recession fears are also high and are weighing on consumer confidence. The bloc’s big four economies – Germany, France, Italy and Spain – have all had their 2023 growth forecasts cut by the International Monetary Fund, rising interest rates and uncertainty over the the Russian-Ukrainian war being the main reasons.

In the UK, inflation is above 10% for the first time in 40 years. In the United States, inflation in August was firmer than expected, with the consumer price index rising 0.1% from the previous month.

High inflation weighs heavily on consumers’ pockets, forcing them to cut spending, especially on discretionary items. This is reflected in the orders of Indian exporters from their biggest markets.

“The other day, one of my members, who exports shower gel, informed me that he had received an order for 1,00,000 bottles of shower gel, but the buyers are asking for a price of 20 dollars. Previously , he was selling shower gel for $30 a bottle,” FIEO’s Sahai said.

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Russell Wilson’s return to Seattle ended badly for the Broncos https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/russell-wilsons-return-to-seattle-ended-badly-for-the-broncos/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 14:35:37 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/russell-wilsons-return-to-seattle-ended-badly-for-the-broncos/ SEATTLE — In a bright mint suit and black bow tie, Russell Wilson was overdressed for the awkward affair. He looked like he was going to a gala, with his sparkling shirt buttons and patent leather shoes, instead of a controversial homecoming. If Wilson was expecting a celebration when he packed this outfit, he finished […]]]>

SEATTLE — In a bright mint suit and black bow tie, Russell Wilson was overdressed for the awkward affair. He looked like he was going to a gala, with his sparkling shirt buttons and patent leather shoes, instead of a controversial homecoming. If Wilson was expecting a celebration when he packed this outfit, he finished Monday night with a more subdued frame of mind.

The Denver Broncos quarterback, playing his first game with his new team in the city he just left six months ago, heard a sound he had never directed at him at Lumen Field. Booooooooo! He’s listened to fans compare him to Alex Rodriguez, the orchestrator of Seattle’s most bitter superstar departure, who signed a $252 million deal with the Texas Rangers more than two decades ago. Old “Let Russ Cook” signs had been revised to read “Let’s Cook Russ”. Through it all, he played with admirable focus, dissecting the Seattle Seahawks for 340 passing yards. In the end, it was the five meters he was not allowed to walk past that dominated the conversation.

In the end, Wilson watched from the sideline as Brandon McManus attempted a 64-yard field goal with a game win. McManus missed. The Seahawks prevailed, 17-16, over Wilson and the assumption that life after Wilson is guaranteed to be dreadful. A crowd of 68,965 erupted in chants of “Geno! Genon!” for Wilson’s former understudy, Geno Smith, who just resurrected his career at 31 after spending eight years as a backup.

The final seconds of the Broncos’ loss were excruciating for Peyton Manning

Nonetheless, Wilson called the night “special.” Given how it turned out, the most appropriate descriptions were weird and annoying. A single game, even one this far-fetched, won’t define Denver’s season unless the Broncos let it. That said, they will need to work quickly to mitigate such a baffling loss.

“We haven’t succeeded,” Wilson said, “but there’s so much more we can do.”

In the record books, that counts as a typical season-opening road loss for a team in transition with a new franchise player. But it will be remembered as a start in which rookie head coach Nathaniel Hackett showed he’s still a teething leader. At the most critical moment, Hackett took football out of the hands of one of the greatest quarterbacks of that era. He opted to kick McManus what would have been tied for the second-longest field goal in NFL history instead of going for fourth down and 5 from Seattle’s 46-yard line.

Wilson had completed a 9-yard pass to running back Javonte Williams at third-and-14 with 1 minute and 11 seconds left. The Broncos had three timeouts left, and the entire playbook would have been available to them on a potential fourth down try. But Hackett asked the team to cut the time to 20 seconds before calling a timeout to bring in McManus.

“It’s a long field goal to reach,” admitted Hackett in explaining his decision. “I think he’s capable of it, but obviously I wish we had gotten a lot closer. It put us in this weird situation there because we were in the range of the baskets, but we were in a situation of fourth try. We just made the decision that we wanted to take a chance on that one.

Despite winning a Super Bowl and playing Hall of Fame for 10 years in Seattle, Wilson wanted the Seahawks to trade him, mainly to escape coach Pete Carroll’s conservative offensive philosophy and play for a team. which gave him greater responsibility to decide games with his arm. In his first game in a Broncos uniform, he commanded an offense that produced 433 total yards. He patiently carved out a young defense with green cornerbacks. But at the end of a final workout that could have reintroduced his greatness, Wilson was a spectator. He was Russ, cooked by the poor choice of his inexperienced head coach.

“I was surprised they took Russ there at the end,” Carroll said.

To be fair, Hackett had two low percentage options. One required the improbable; the other demanded a historic achievement. However, Wilson made a career out of specializing in the former. Denver traded five draft picks and three players to acquire it from Seattle. Prior to this season’s opener, he negotiated a contract extension with Wilson worth up to $245 million that won’t begin for another two years. He’s in Denver to end the Broncos’ six-season playoff drought and return them to eternal conflict. In a sense, Hackett called an audible on a decision the franchise has already made.

Broncos trust their kicker on Russell Wilson, lose in Seattle

Thereafter, Wilson did not question his trainer.

“I believe in Coach Hackett,” Wilson said. “I believe in what we do. Also, I don’t think it was the wrong decision. I think [McManus] can do [the kick]. Obviously, in hindsight, he did not succeed. But if we were in this situation again, I wouldn’t doubt what he decided.

Of course, if Wilson had any doubts after Week 1, the Broncos would be in crisis. It is too early for cracks to develop. It’s not too early for the review, however. Denver pulled off a trifecta that indicates poor preparation and discipline. The team committed 12 penalties, failed to score a touchdown in four trips to the red zone, and lost two fumbles after breaking the ball at the 1-yard line. In the second half alone, the Broncos made three trips inside the 10-yard line and came away with just three points.

“Bad business,” Hackett said of the sloppy execution. “It starts with me. I just need to be sure we have a better plan.

Overall, the Breakup Bowl suggested the Seahawks and Wilson should fend for themselves. There’s little reason to think Wilson, still in his prime and on a team with good talent and solid weapons, will slip. The Seahawks were the big question mark. They needed to show life and provide hope as they rebuilt their roster. Even without Wilson, there is still magic in the franchise. On Monday night, Smith gave an electric performance in the first half and went 23 of 28 for 195 yards and two touchdowns.

He left the field stating in an ESPN interview“They wrote me off. I won’t respond, though.

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He later explained his long journey from perceived bust to resurrected starter: “I just worked. That’s what I mean by “I never answered”. I don’t listen to stuff like that. I just work. I know what I have inside of me.

As the game ended, Wilson waved to Carroll in midfield, then rushed over to congratulate Smith. Then he made a long, unfamiliar journey to the visitors’ locker room. The losing locker room. He put on this suit and hoped it would hide his disappointment.

At his old team’s house, he said of his new team: “The great thing is that I told those guys that we have to be unwavering.”

He repeated the adjective.

Monday night, Wilson found closure. There is no time to revisit the old or celebrate the new. The season is launched, the urgency too.

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Khaite Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear Collection https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/khaite-spring-2023-ready-to-wear-collection/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 02:26:15 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/khaite-spring-2023-ready-to-wear-collection/ In Khaite today you can reach across the track and shake hands with the person in front of you. Up close like this, the models fly by, but if you’re careful, you won’t miss a thing. Since designer Catherine Holstein specializes in the little details that turn everyday clothes and accessories into cult items, this […]]]>

In Khaite today you can reach across the track and shake hands with the person in front of you. Up close like this, the models fly by, but if you’re careful, you won’t miss a thing. Since designer Catherine Holstein specializes in the little details that turn everyday clothes and accessories into cult items, this was a useful set-up, to get a better look at – and break in – little strappy evening sandals with leather heels. Lucite Louis who are now in the running for shoe of the week.

Khaite is now one of New York’s must-have brands. Celebrities are jostling for seats and, if my Instagram feed is anything to go by, editors are eager to buy it and wear it. Holstein knows his audience. “This strong, stealthy, independent, New Yorker woman is who I draw for,” she said backstage.

For spring, she sent in her reliable mix of sequins and fringe in silk, leather and denim. Because she watched the 1990s David Lynch movies, Wild at Heart in particular, there was a fair amount of python feeling. Nicolas Cage’s character wears a python jacket in the film; Holstein printed the pattern on leather for exaggerated bombers and pencil skirts, and silk charmeuse for a voluminous peasant dress. A little python goes a long way, of course. The other new thing here was bubble skirts (a hot item this week). Their horsehair-reinforced belts rested on the crest of the hip bones under everything from the mesh bustier to the crystal-embroidered shirt. Dropped waistlines gave these outfits a cool attitude that was refined but not pretentious.

Because Holstein designs for herself and for women like her, she has the attitude aspect nailed, but that shouldn’t diminish her eye for proportions or the exacting lines of her tailoring. An elongated, strong-shouldered jacket with crystal-studded lapels was a looker. You’ll see it next fall with a tie-neck silk blouse, jeans and these little sandals.

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Kate Middleton wears black midi dress to Queen Elizabeth Tribute – Footwear News https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/kate-middleton-wears-black-midi-dress-to-queen-elizabeth-tribute-footwear-news/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 22:02:06 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/kate-middleton-wears-black-midi-dress-to-queen-elizabeth-tribute-footwear-news/ Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, and her husband Prince William arrived at Windsor Castle today to pay their respects to the recently deceased Queen Elizabeth II. Dressed in black and blue, the couple were present alongside Prince Harry and Meghan, Markle, Duchess of Sussex. Catherine, Princess of Wales meets members of the public during the […]]]>

Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, and her husband Prince William arrived at Windsor Castle today to pay their respects to the recently deceased Queen Elizabeth II. Dressed in black and blue, the couple were present alongside Prince Harry and Meghan, Markle, Duchess of Sussex.


Catherine, Princess of Wales meets members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England. Crowds gathered and tributes were paid at the gates of Windsor Castle to Queen Elizabeth II, who died at Balmoral Castle on September 8, 2022.

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Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince William, Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meet members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England .

Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince William, Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex meet members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England .

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Middleton wore a long-sleeved, high-neck black dress with a simple midi skirt. The royal donned short dangling diamond earrings and wore sheer black tights, adding an extra layer of coverage. The princess opted for black pointy toe pumps with stiletto heels.


Catherine, Princess of Wales and Prince William, Prince of Wales walk together to meet members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England.

Catherine, Princess of Wales and Prince William, Prince of Wales walk together to meet members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England.

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William joined his wife in a dark blue two-piece suit which he wore with a crisp white button-up top and light blue tie. The prince accompanied the outfit with shiny black dress shoes.

United in grief, Prince William and Kate Middleton, now known as the Prince and Princess of Wales, along with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, made an appearance at Windsor Castle today. The couples – who dressed solemnly in black and navy blue – greeted mourners and saw floral tributes made in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, who died peacefully on Thursday.


Catherine, Princess of Wales meets members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England.

Catherine, Princess of Wales meets members of the public during the Long Walk at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2022 in Windsor, England.

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Buckingham Palace has said the Queen’s state funeral will take place on September 19 at 11 a.m. The Queen will rest in state at Westminster Hall for four days to allow the public to pay their respects. The Queen’s coffin will travel tomorrow from Balmoral Castle in Edinburgh to arrive at the Palace of Holyrood House, where it will rest until the afternoon of September 12.

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Billie Lourd flatters her baby bump in a sparkly Rodarte dress – Footwear News https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/billie-lourd-flatters-her-baby-bump-in-a-sparkly-rodarte-dress-footwear-news/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 22:22:10 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/billie-lourd-flatters-her-baby-bump-in-a-sparkly-rodarte-dress-footwear-news/ Billie Lourd made a stunning appearance at the world premiere of ‘Ticket to Paradise’ in London. Lourd co-stars in the upcoming film with George Clooney and Julia Roberts. The cast, including Clooney, Roberts, Lucas Bravo, Maxime Bouttier and Kaitlyn Dever, were also present. The actress wore a dazzling Rodarte piece from the brand’s Fall 2022 […]]]>

Billie Lourd made a stunning appearance at the world premiere of ‘Ticket to Paradise’ in London. Lourd co-stars in the upcoming film with George Clooney and Julia Roberts. The cast, including Clooney, Roberts, Lucas Bravo, Maxime Bouttier and Kaitlyn Dever, were also present.

The actress wore a dazzling Rodarte piece from the brand’s Fall 2022 ready-to-wear collection. The seasonal line debuted earlier in April and unveiled a range of pastel and embellished styles. Lourd’s Barbiecore-themed outfit featured Rodarte’s hot pink sequin dress, a ruffled off-the-shoulder top, and three-dimensional rose-patterned organza.


Billie Lourd attends the World Premiere of ‘Ticket to Paradise’ at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London.

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For shoes, Lourd wore Jimmy Choo ankle strap sandals to match the color of the dress. She accessorized her look with sparkly earrings and a set of multicolored rings.

Lourd was styled by Kit Undergarments co-founder Jamie Mizrahi, who has worked with Adele, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry and Nicole Richie. Mizrahi previously styled Lourd for Louis Vuitton’s Cruise 2023 collection show in May, where she wore a dazzling black sequined mini dress with a chain at her neckline, black heels and a black shoulder bag.

She attended the premiere with her husband, Austen Rydell, who wore a classic monochrome suit and matching tie. Her arrival at the premiere announced that she was expecting her second child with Rydell. The couple tied the knot earlier in March and saw Lourd walk down the aisle wearing an ethereal Rodarte gown and veil for the special day.


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Billie Lourd attends the World Premiere of ‘Ticket to Paradise’ at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London.

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Lourd was often styled in the designs of Rodarte founders Kate and Laura Mulleavy. On her birthday, she took to Instagram to share a series of images where she wore a sky blue ruffle sleeve Rodarte dress with colorful floral patterns all over and an artisanal silk flower arrangement. For the first press day of “Ticket to Paradise,” she wore a black Rodarte gown with a puff sleeve arrangement, v-neck silhouette, floral print trim and pink organza.

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The Bay Area braces for record temperatures https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/the-bay-area-braces-for-record-temperatures/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 23:27:21 +0000 https://kedsshoesforwomen.com/the-bay-area-braces-for-record-temperatures/ As Ian Coletti was assembling his bagpipes for the bagpipe and drumming competition at the Scottish Highland Gathering Games on Sunday afternoon, he realized he may have overdressed in his kilt, long sleeves and his vest as the temperature cracked 100 degrees at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. in Pleasanton. “It’s blisteringly hot,” Coletti said, his […]]]>

As Ian Coletti was assembling his bagpipes for the bagpipe and drumming competition at the Scottish Highland Gathering Games on Sunday afternoon, he realized he may have overdressed in his kilt, long sleeves and his vest as the temperature cracked 100 degrees at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. in Pleasanton.

“It’s blisteringly hot,” Coletti said, his sleeves rolled up and his cap drenched in sweat. “It’s not typical weather for us.”

But the Scottish Games played out as they had 155 years before, even as a few hundred participants fanned out in woolen blazers and knee-high socks. The main attractions were the Slurpees and ice cream, which are not considered typical Scottish fare, and the place to be was in the shadow of the Alameda County Fair offered at noon.

“We’re here to beat the heat,” said Karen Baniqued of Livermore as she and a friend stood in the fogger under a blue awning. There were hundreds like her who came voluntarily to the record-breaking inland valley to compete in the Scottish Games.

“Just kiss it,” said Silicon Valley Pipe Band bagpiper Reese Parker.

Artillery Sergeant. Matthew Duncan (left) and Sgt. Richard Mounts receives water as he completes the Kilted Mile at the Scottish Highland Games in Pleasanton. The games are happening just as an intense heat wave grips the Bay Area.

Brittany Hosea-Small / Special for The Chronicle

Kissing her was pretty much all anyone could do on Sunday, and kissing her should be harder on Monday and Tuesday.

“This is just the first day of real heat,” said Matt Mehle, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Bay Area. “People should come prepared and exercise caution when engaging in any outdoor activity.”

At the Scottish Games, caution was to set up the music and performance stages under trees, with listeners seated on the ground and away from direct sunlight.

The performers modified their dress as much as possible. Americas Smith didn’t wear the tight corset under her dress like she normally does. But she couldn’t give up the faux mink on her shoulders as she walked the grounds inviting people to join her court and follow to meet the Queen of the St. Andrews Noble Guild.

His attendant, Tony Souza, was dressed in black with a velvet jacket, leather boots and a hat, not wanting to sacrifice his looks. “I’m having a great time,” he said, “but the heat doesn’t make me want to go out.”

Athena McKinnon, 7, drinks water after finishing the Kilted Mile race at the Scottish Highland Games in Pleasanton.  The games are happening just as an intense heat wave grips the Bay Area.

Athena McKinnon, 7, drinks water after finishing the Kilted Mile race at the Scottish Highland Games in Pleasanton. The games are happening just as an intense heat wave grips the Bay Area.

Brittany Hosea-Small / Special for The Chronicle

One couple who found triple-digit sweet heat were Gary and Diana Phelps. They had driven from their home in Grand Terrace in San Bernardino County, where temperatures are expected to reach 110 this week.

“We’re coming out of the heat here,” Gary said.

These temperatures in San Bernardino are the kind of heat that could arrive on Monday, which is expected to be the hottest day of the heat wave. State officials have urged residents to stay cool and hydrated as people flock to the beaches for respite from the scorching heat.

The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat watch until 8 p.m. Tuesday and an excessive heat warning until 8 p.m. Wednesday. Grid operators issued another statewide Flex Alert on Sunday, calling on residents to voluntarily save energy between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. — and another Flex Alert is scheduled for Monday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. h.

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