My daughter and I went window shopping in Deal, New Jersey (all the stores were closed at the time – it was a Sunday night – not that we would have bought anything, anyway) a few weeks ago. We had eaten at the local kosher Chinese Japanese restaurant. You would not catch me wearing any of these shoes. Mine are much closer to the ground.
Here is my daughter striking a pose in front of a children’s clothing shop.
26 thoughts on “Window Shopping in Deal”
Fashionable as high heels might be, «Louis» has always thought they must be torturous to wear!
«Louis» is correct.
Well, looking at those shoes on the left I’d say they could be Christian Louboutin’s and I couldn’t buy them if I could wear them!
Looks like a shop the Sex and The City girls would visit. Or Oprah as she favors those red soles. 🙂
Your daughter is as lovely as ever and growing up fast.
High heels are so classy,so incredibly ladylike. I, alas, cannot wear them, I’ve trodden over and hurt my ankles too often.
My daughter buy them and makes funny exhibitions with high heels and gloves as centerpieces.
A good thing that the stores were closed.
I had never been able to resist those longing eyes
of your daughter. I’d probably come home with much more than I could afford.
How beautiful she is!
Every visit to your site guarantees something interesting and fun. Love your daughter’s pose and wish, wish, wish I could wear those classy pumps!
Oh wow those shoes are awesome! Your daughter is pretty! Happy RT!
Red is emergency
You have a future model or should I say shopper hehehe..
Your daughter is a true beauty! She needs no accouterments to make her prettier. Here, I have the advantage in not walking, as when I see shoes like this the mere look makes my ankles, calves and feet ache!
I wouldn’t wear such shoes either. I like to feel comfortable when I walk and I feel this is very important in my job.
You daughter is changing, as in growing up, but she is still extremely cute.
Those high heels are so stylish and very beautiful! But there is no way I could wear them all day teaching. I have to wear “sensible” shoes so that my feet survive the day! And the look on your daughter’s face is so cute!
Pretty to look at but not fun to wear for a klutz like me. 🙂
Lovely high heels and so is your daughter!
Oh, is she cute. Better on the feet, seriously, not to have to wear heels.
I will die wearing those high heeled shoes. I prefer to look petit than slipping down haha.
Your pretty girl compliments the red dress behind her.
beautiful high heels and you’ve such a lovely daughter.
They a too high for me, too. Great photos and your daughter is cute! Happy Ruby Tuesday!
Very fashionable items.
I was in New Jersey last year … in August on holiday visiting my step son and his family near Brick Church. I had the best time and seeing your photos of NJ bring it back so well.
My Ruby Redness
she has such a sweet pretty face 🙂
I love shoes with the red bottoms but could never wear them
I view them as sculptures
Sculptures sounds like a great term for those objects!
Your daughter is adorable. Those red heel shoes are stunning to say the least.
What wonderful shots! Your daughter is beautiful, and I love her pose…so girlie.
I wear shoes very close to the ground, and for the life of me, can’t imagine myself in high heels any more, although about twenty years++ ago, I did wear them for professional reasons.
I’m amazed that some are able to wear those heels. Mind are very, very close to the ground, too. Actually, no heels. 😉
What a beautiful model your daughter makes.
we do that most of the times too! she is such a cutie 🙂
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Your daughter has that fashion model ennui thing down pat – what a pose :).
As for the shoes, I’d break my ankle just looking at them through the window!
Re the flowers, I suspect it’s not so much the climate difference between J’lem and TA as the fact that I am possessed of the Black Thumb of Death – flowers see me coming and just keel over dead LOL.
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Here is a photo of my mom in a similar pose:
The two never met (my daughter is named for my mother), but the pose must be genetic!