farpitzs means "all dressed up" in yiddish.
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this is a great question, so thank you for reaching out. i have no doubt that there are many readers with a similar style quandary. please see below for my suggestions.
i’m so sorry to hear about your injury. in two weeks, i’ll be undergoing invasive knee surgery, so i totally feel your pain — literally. anyway, back to you. my recommendation is to check out brands that have a variety of foot beds; nike (my favorite, as you can see above), geox, and even sketchers all focus on this area of expertise. there are even innovative styles that feature memory foam and they are this kind of amazing.
i’m happy to pass along my tips for long-lasting color, but please note that i am no profesh makeup artist. i have just found (through personal experience, obv) that doing the following really helps color grip onto the lips and not let go for ~6 hours:
thank you for being interested in my life! since i am always thrilled at the opportunity to talk about myself, it would be my pleasure to do so ;) ;) i’ve also come to love a timeline in my old age, so please see below for a rough sketch of my work life thus far.
advice? i try to work hard, never make the same mistake twice, and thank everyone.
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this is a completely understandable request. my recommendation is to seek out raincoats in solid colors — i’ve gotten the most wear out of a a minimal, all-black style i’ve owned for years. it matches everything and is easily dressed up or down.
a fellow petite girl after my own heart! i don’t know if you are aware, but i am a sweat___ fiend — pants, shirts, full ‘suits — i am all about comfort. with that said, at 4’10”, i usually seek out “cropped” styles, which will hit at the lower part of my calf and the upper part of my ankle; any shorter, even slightly, and you’ll look stumpy.
i don’t know what will compel you to make the purchase, but those boots are pretty sweet and fairly substantial in quality if you need further persuading! regardless, i did find a few very similar versions of the trendy ‘cut out boot’ style that you may like more, including one from swell which is a near-perfect, more budget-conscious replica.