Start shopping for Mother’s Day gifts? These beautiful gifts will surely put a smile on moms.
Paw Me a Cup Tea Set in Cat $49.99
The Art of Instruction $34.99
What Would Audrey Do? Book $16.99
What Would Jane Do? $9.99
Homegrown Cooked Meal Apron $34.99Books, Home Decor, jewelry | Comment (0)
If you are looking for gifts that are unique and refreshing and don’t look like you got them at the mall, definitely check out these awesome gift ideas from ModCloth. So cute and different. I want them all for myself.
All Mine Flat By Seychelles $109.99
Sweet Getup Hat in Birthday $27.99
Not to Worry Gloves in Grey $41.99
Musee Matisse Skirt $34.99
Style Me Vintage: Make-up $15.99.Filed under Accessories, Books, Home Decor, jewelry, Makeup, Shoes, Skirts | Comment (0)
Classic pieces from Vince. Nothing says fall like a good pair of boots and a jacket.
Vince Jocelyn Boots $398Books, Jackets/Coats | Comment (0)
I’ve been doing quite a bit of reading over the holiday break, mostly about investing and stocks (I know how boring lol). Now I’d like to switch gears and relax my brain and read about fashion. I’d love to have these fashion books on my night stand and on my coffee table.
Books with Style 100 Contemporary Fashion Designers $59.99. This two-volume collection of highlights from TASCHEN’s first two volumes of the renowned Fashion Now! books is a comprehensive study of fashion design around the world at the beginning of the 21st century. Up-and-coming fashion designers and tomorrow’s superstars are featured alongside the field’s most respected practitioners.
Books with Style Carine Roitfeld: Irreverent $100. Karl Lagerfeld once said that if you close your eyes and imagine the ideal French woman, it would be Carine Roitfeld. She is a fashion visionary and a muse. Since the start of her career in the early ’90s, through her collaborations with the legendary photographer Mario Testino, Roitfeld has been credited with launching Tom Ford’s career at Gucci, as well as turning French Vogue into one of the industry’s most worshipped magazines. This elegant volume is a visual history of Roitfeld’s fearless career.
Books with Style Manolo Blahnik & the Tale of the Elves & the Shoemaker $21.99. From the Fashion Fairy Tale Memoir Series, lushly illustrated by the designers themselves, comes this contemporary twist on the tale of the Elves and the Shoemaker. In this delightful combination of whimsy and memoir, Manolo Blahnik’s illustrations evoke the past, envision the future, and evidence the indelible footprint he’s made on fashion history.
Books with Style American Fashion Accessories $50. Commissioned by the CFDA and edited by Candy Pratts Price, American Fashion Accessories is a photographic study of the industry’s most influential and revolutionary accessory designs.
Books with Style How to Dress for Success $19.95. This reprint of Edith Head’s 1967 book serves as a timeless reference to looking your best. Head offers no-nonsense, and often hilarious, fashion advice. Illustrated with Head’s original black-and-white line drawings, this pocket-size guide is packed with smart tips on how to accessorize, dress for all occasions, and develop your own personal style.
Books with Style Style Book: Fashionable Inspirations $29.95. With her sharp eye and clever pen, longtime fashion editor and style maven Elizabeth Walker navigates fashion devotees through the recurring themes that define the essence of style. More than 450 exhilarating images, from 1865 to the present and from street fashion to haute couture.Filed under Books | Comment (0)
I hope everybody had a fantastic Christmas!! And Happy Boxing Day to my Canadian readers. Hope you score great deals if you are out hunting. All I’m going to buy hopefully is diapers on sale, haha! Before I head out, this outfit is some of the new clothes I got for Christmas (except the skirt). My mom-in-law got me this pink top with lace-up back, my sis-in-law got me the cute yellow cardigan. The necklace and the knee-high socks with lace trims (somebody was reading this blog) and the fuzzy boots are from my guy.
And the best gift I got from my guy was this dun dun dun…
I have so many ebooks on my laptop that I have yet to read. As you can see I’ve loaded 29 books on there already. Now I can read them before I go to bed every night.Filed under Books, Wearing Today | Comment (0)
I can’t believe how long I stayed away from eBay for, exactly two months! The itch somehow came back today and I had to browse. And I’m glad I did. The first things I looked were shoes (of course) and I found this lovely ebay store that sell trendy shoes for amazing prices. It’s definitely going on my favorites list. I’m so tempted to click on Buy it Now on all these.Books, eBay, Shoes | Comment (0)
So everybody knows how big of a fan I am of the Cosmetics Cop Paula Begoun. Her website and her book, Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, 7th Edition, have armed me for years when I go shopping for new skincare products and makeup. Now she will no longer publish any more editions of her book (the 7th edition was her last one), but she has an even better tool to help women — her new website, Beautypedia.com! It is literally an encyclopedia of most beauty products on the market today. That’s thousands of products from hundreds of lines that she has reviewed. I immediately subscribed to it, it’s only $24.95 for a year. It is kept up-to-date with new products and new lines added constantly, so I can read up on any new products that I’m curious about. It has really saved me money so far when I wanted to splurge on expensive ones that didn’t pass Paula’s tests. Her reviews are all scientific and unbiased, and she definitely doesn’t play favorites towards to fancier department store brands over cheap drugstore brands. I have recommended this website to all my friends (now they don’t have to borrow my book anymore) and I’m recommending it to you darlings. I’m pretty sure I’ll be a life-long suscriber.
Right now, you can try it out for a month. Click Here for a Free Month of Beautypedia.com 😀