I have a 100 inch freshwater pearl necklace (purchased on Overstock) and it is one of my favorite statement pieces … The price of this deal is so low compared to what I paid I’m tempted to get the Peacock version; only $29!
So one of my last posts took some inspiration for a DIY project from a piece on a new website I found (thanks to several tweets by Nina Garcia) called Bauble Bar. I checked it out and whoa Nelly, they have some great jewelry and even better prices. Plus you get $10 off your first order. Needless to say I ordered the following pair of amazing earrings:
They also use a points system like Sephora, except with every dollar you spend you get a point, and with every 10 points you get a dollar off a future purchase. I could get used to that … and of course this is another website that rewards you a $15 credit for inviting friends, so sign up using my personal invitation link here, invite your friends, and spread the savings!
The other website I discovered (through Belle and Clive) is Lot18. Think of a typical flash sale website, but for wine. I’m not quite 21 yet, but again I’m hoping to pass along the savings in the hopes of earning some credit for my birthday coming up =). Wouldn’t that be nice? I guess I’ll see if it works: invitation link here.
Have a savings-filled day!
Over the Summer I bought a pair of huge white studs with gold accents from Kate Spade. Their size made them a statement piece while still being simple and versatile, so I’ve been on the hunt for a silver equivalent ever since. Lucky for me, I stumbled on to Groupon today only to find a pair of $100 2 carat white topaz studs on sale for $9.
Check them out here and snatch them up while you still can!
Check out these metallic wooden wedges from TopShop! I’m totally in love and wish I could wear 5 inch heels without hitting my head on the tops of doorways. They’re on sale for only $50 (they were $130), so someone please take advantage of this deal so I can live vicariously through you =)
Some of you may have heard of Klout, the website that tracks your various social media accounts and gives you a score from 0-100 on how influential you are within your network. I joined a little while ago because, let’s face it, I was curious. To be honest, it didn’t seem like anything special at first.
Then I realized there was a “perks” section. Hmmm. It turns out various companies collaborate with Klout to give away samples of products to users in their targeted demographic. You can claim whatever perks you qualify for and are not obligated to promote the company, etc., although that is obviously ideal for them, since they give away most items to people who hold a certain amount of “influence” over others.
Well it turns out I qualified for a sample of the Essie Fall collection of nail polishes, seen below, and all I had to do was have a score of at least 40 and have “beauty” listed as one of my categories of interest/influence. Check and double check. It says the samples will be here in 2-3 weeks, so let’s see what happens! Who doesn’t love free stuff, right?
Have a great weekend!
I. Am. Obsessed.
This Z Spoke by Zac Posen bag is perfect for Fall.
Let’s just ignore the fact that it’s a Merlot shoulder bag, which means that thanks to its simple design, it’s already pulling off two trends at once.
The absolute best part (and the number one reason why I love it) is the embossment. In a world where snake is the scale of choice for prints and embossments, lizard gives a luxurious feel and also makes the bag unique. Just pair with your other Fall jewel tones, or let it be the pop of color in a black and white ensemble.… and did I mention it’s 50% off?
Have a great day!
With the release of Louboutin’s interpretation of Cinderella’s glass slippers (to honor the diamond edition of the Disney movie) back in July, came an onslaught of other designer interpretations. They couldn’t let Christian get all the glory after all, right?
Among them are Maison Martin Margiela, definitely marking the most expensive pair at almost 10 grand … and that’s for only one of the shoes. That’s right, the pair will cost you close to 20 thousand dollars! Needless to say, being that this pair is actually made from glass, they are for display purposes only. If you’d like to check out a more wearable (and certainly more affordable, although not necessarily actually affordable) version, then Marc Jacobs has a PVC version with a lucite heel for $595.
Now, while I do love looking at these, and love the idea that they are the end-all to neutral shoes, I can’t help but wonder how attractive they would actually be on my feet. Imagining my toes squished and gasping for air while they sweat in plastic and get blisters is not exactly the most attractive image to top off a perfectly executed outfit. A perfect pedicure would be a must, but even then I’m not sure they could ever really work. The only picture I was able to come up with of them on a model included ankle socks, and I’m not sure that’s making the issue any better.
That’s why I think the perfect solution is the silver finish leather pump, as seen by numerous shoe-gods, including the likes of Jimmy Choo ($650), Giuseppe Zanotti ($650), and Manolo Blahnik ($595). Not only is this a great staple for your shoe wardrobe, but it goes with everything and adds a little kick (excuse the pun) to your outfit. You can wear it with your gown to the ball or with your ripped boyfriend jeans and a chunky sweater to your family’s christmas party … and that’s what makes them my favorite.
And for the every day Cinderella on a budget, my favorite pair would be these Zigi Soho Lunar Metallic Pumps, found on DSW for just $60.
Have a great day!