Feast your eyes on these:
Last night’s return of The Rachel Zoe Project was a wonderful start to a bananas month for fashion (Zara e-commerce, Fashion’s Night Out, Missoni for Target, weather than warrants outerwear…among other things).
The premiere episode brought a lot of things to light:
1. I’m really distraught that Rachel and Brad aren’t best friends anymore.
2. Mandana, her new employee, has spectacular clothes.
3. Rachel’s Hermes Kelly bag is the real star of the show.
I finally know the answer to the question “What’s better than a Birkin?” This!
I’ve been feeling uninspired by my current makeup bags. They’ve seriously held everything from pencils in high school, nail polish around the sorority house and now they are the home to make up for touch-ups at work. I think they deserve to retire.In light of their eminent retirement I’m on the look out for some new multipurpose bags that look just as cute in my carryon as they do hiding in my purse all day at work. I realize that I’m the only who sees them but that doesn’t mean they can’t be fun to look at.
I’ve got to get my hands on some of the jewelry and other accessories from Australian outpost, Oroton. Tommy Ton recently shot their new campaign (see below) and I’m loving all the jewelry and accessories. Unfortunately, all of the prices are listed in Australian currency so use this currency converter to figure out how much these stellar pieces are going to set you back.
Honestly, I have a hard time with Juicy Couture. Maybe I saw one too many velour track suits back in the day, but I struggle with the brand. Nothing shocks me more than when I pluck something off the rack only to find that the label says Juicy Couture.
Imagine my surprise when I stumbled upon these coin earrings and found out that they too were designed by J@#$% Couture. And they are currently on sale for $20! These earrings have a sense of character that I don’t typically associate with the brand. Maybe I need to give up my prejudice and become an equal opportunity shopper.