Sports in heels

While, I typically love spandex, I find that riding a bicycle is far more enjoyable in a flowing dress and floppy hat. It is important to remember that any self respecting woman on a bicycle wears heels. Those are just my thoughts on bike culture and the shift I see it taking mainly because of my influence.
For the record, now that we know Lance Armstrong was juicing we also know it was not my wardrobe holding me back from the tour. As expected, my sparkly heels can outlast his doping. Every shoe aficionado knew that was coming. 
Now, I am off to finish this margarita. Have a great weekend internet friends! Remember to follow the blog via email or Bloglovin’ and follow me on twitter

Photos by: Julia Ralston
Dress: Bluejuice via an adorable boutique in Palo Alto; necklace: J.Crew (similar colors here and here, total deal here); shoes: J.Crew (old); coat: Funktional via Anthropolgie (similar open panel Spring jackets here and here); hat: Nordstrom Rack (similar here); bracelets and ring: Baublebar/J.Crew. 
  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03132505117468519575 Julia Ralston

    You and your sparkly heels are my favorite! You’re lucky my feet are twice the size of yours or else I’d try to steal them 🙂

    • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15836359343389675064 Bethann Wagner

      I guard those shoes at night! 🙂

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11618097177481227965 Rebecca Kurzweil

    Bethann, you totally crack me up. Love this post. xox

    • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15836359343389675064 Bethann Wagner

      Thank you! That means a lot to me.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15709974361789102410 Julia Uriarte

    where in the world did u get this cutie bike? lol

    • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15836359343389675064 Bethann Wagner

      That is a Google bike! They have them all around campus and employees ride them to meetings, cafes, etc. It is rather convenient! Most of them are primary colors in the spirit of branding, but there is a pink one or two in the mix!