What better time of year to add a little bling to the wardrobe of a loved one than the holidays? Here are some embellished gift ideas:
Our warm spell in New York is going to end soon, and we’ll be hit with another snow storm in no time at all. Hopefully, this winter won’t be anything like the last (..winter ..and snow storm). BUT if it is, you should be prepared to keep your head warm… with a super cute beanie:
And if you’re feeling funky, try one of these on for size:
Two things that make winter more bearable: red wine, and a good winter coat. Surprisingly, Jessica Simpson has a wide variety of adorable outerwear to keep you warm this upcoming season. My favorite is this tan coat with a built-in scarf:
Sophisticated, but also very warm! And no need for an additional scarf. Perfect over jeans or a dress. If you’re looking for something a little brighter, check out her Patch Pocket Coat in Lipstick:
And a couple more cute options from her collection:
Which one do you prefer? Or do you want one of each, like me? Leave a comment!
I am head-over-heels in LOVE with these watches by La Mer Collections. What a unique and fun twist on the traditional watch! Instead of putting on multiple bracelets and wraps, you just need one of these beautiful designs from La Mer.
I’m in love with the nude, white, and turquoise watches. Which one do you want?
It’s getting to that time of year when you pull out your fall wardrobe from years past. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably tired of the same old pilling sweaters you wear every day. Here are some chic new pieces to carry you through the season:
I’m always sad when fall comes around. I miss the warm sunny days even before they’re gone. There is something nice about the crisp, fall air, though, and I can certainly appreciate the beauty in the changing leaves. But the one thing that bothers me most about fall is the super-depressing home decor. I find all of the oranges, reds, and browns to be dark, burnt and dreary. If I were ever to be hired as an interior designer, I’d love to incorporate bright whites, neutrals, and blues with a just a ‘touch’ of fall. Here are some design ideas for those who agree: