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IMAN Global Chic Ostrich-Embossed Signature City Luxury Tote $79.95
Amrita Singh South Fork Industrial Necklace $300
Amrita Singh Tipak Bracelet $75
If you are looking for the cutest most comfortable sandals out there, check out these Me Too Leather Toe Loop Sandals that come in black patent, gold, and silver. These are $79 and come with an amazing cushion for your feet and a rubber bottom that grips the floor when you walk. I got a pair in the gold because I thought it would be a great neutral of the summer. The shoe is so comfortable I was able to walk all day in these shoes with no discomfort. The minimal toe loop design and the gold color give you that Grecian goddess shoe look that everyone loves right now. These sandals can go anywhere because you can wear them with a dress or a pair of shorts.
I just found a beautiful feminine floral sweater called the Michael Simon Workshop Cardigan.. Wow it is so pretty for spring. You can wear it now at the office to brighten up your snowy, wintery days too.
Click here to check out the Michael Simon Workshop Cardigan sweater now.
My daughter adores these faux shearling tall chestnut jeweled boots. She is 5 years old and loves the warmth and the look of the faux diamonds on these boots. She has been wearing them daily to school and I have not had any qualms about her wearing them because they cost $30. Yes, you heard me, these cute boots for little girls were $30. They even make a matching pair for mom from Joan Boyce that are $54.95. These are a great gift idea for the holidays for your little girl.
Click here to check out the Joan Boyce Aspen Tall Boot with Jewels for mommy and daughter.
If you have never shopped HSN you should try it on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday. They are having one day deals on televisions, clothes, jewelry, and electronics. There are lots of name brands at HSN including Diane Gilman, Carlos Falchi, Hot in Hollywood, Serious Skincare, Sephora beauty, Elle Magazine Fashions, Curations, Acer, Dell computers, and so much more. Click the coupon below and get 15% off your first order today. Happy Thanksgiving.
Yesterday I decided to go shopping in some stores as an experiment. If you know me, you would know that I hardly ever step into a store if I can help it. I buy all my groceries online, shop the drugstore online, buy all my clothing, underwear, and shoes online, and buy books online.
The first place I went shopping yesterday was Barneys New York in Beverly Hills. I wanted to look at the Me & Ro gold disc necklace in gold and try it on. After waiting around for a sales associate to help me for 10 minutes, I finally got to try on a few of the Me & Ro necklaces. Unfortunately, the one I wanted was not available in the store and they had to order it for me. The first thought I had was: I could have bought this online and saved myself the time driving around and waiting inside the store to be helped.
The next store I stopped in was another department store to find a pair of skinny denim jeans by J Brand in my size. Alas, they had the dark blue in my size, but they did not have the black in my size. They said they could order it and have it sent to my house.
I left the 2nd store in frustration and thought to myself: I could have ordered these online…
So I went home. I ordered the Me & Ro Multi Discs Chain Necklace 20″ 10k online and the J Brand black skinny jeans online in my size.
See my necklace below in the circle discs. The one they had in stock is the lotus above. If you want a more affordable option – HSN.com and Me & Ro partnered up this holiday season and did a version of the lotus necklace called Robin by Me&Ro “Petal” 16-1/4″ Chain Necklace that you can buy online.
Moral of the story – there is a reason why I shop online – it is easier, less frustrating, and faster…will you be shopping online this holiday season?
HSN.com is offering a first time ever 15% off friends and family coupon code.
Click HSN.com here and put in code C76251 at checkout to get 15% off your whole purchase. Hurry and finish up your Christmas shopping now with 15% off before the offer ends on November 18, 2009. Happy Holidays.
Start shopping CURATIONS and Carlos Falchi today. Molly Sims is coming Friday night with her jewelry collection.
If you are looking for a great holiday gift idea for someone who loves organizing or needs a little help in the organization department. I have the best gift idea for you for Hanukkah and Christmas this year.
Our good friend Lori of Rakku Designs is presenting her amazing shoe organization system on HSN.com on November 17, 2009, Tuesday at 1am, 4am & 11am PST (4am, 7am & 2pm EST) OR you can just log onto HSN.com to check it out online via streaming video anytime after it airs the first time. This way you can watch how this amazing invention of theirs works.
If you want to see it now and order it now: Click here at Shoe Wheel Shoe Storage and Organization and check it out now. OR click the photo below now to go direct to the shoe wheel.
I guess Heidi Klum was watching the same show because she has one of the bags they sold that night. She is seen in this photo taking her daughter Leni to a Karate class in West Los Angeles carrying the black version of this bag.
Coupon C71588 is valid for $15 off each fashion item of $75 or more from hsn.com. Some restrictions apply.
Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti is going to be on HSN.com.
Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti has a new collection that she is launching on HSN.com called V by Eva. I am so excited to see what this stylish society lady has to offer us.
Hailed as a “mail-order magnate” by TIME and one of the “ten most stylish women in fashion” by VOGUE, Eva Jeanbart-Lorenzotti is the driving force behind the multifaceted world of VIVRE.
With her distinctive, global sense of personal style and her inspirational ability to share her vision with VIVRE readers and customers, Lorenzotti has successfully weathered the fluctuations of a market driven by passing trends and fads. Launched in 1996 as an luxury catalog with a strong editorial point of view, VIVRE now reaches more than two million customers a year through its website, VIVRE.com, beautiful, dynamic and recently updated and revamped. With its signature focus on true, individual styleâ€”not passing trends or fashion fadsâ€”VIVRE.com offers both new products and timeless favorites each season, together with relevant editorial features, video clips, as well as Lorenzotti’s insights and tips, personal favorites, and the people, places and things that inspire her.
In 2007, Lorenzotti started a new chapter at VIVRE with the launch of VIVRE Voyager, with its signature interpretation of style, travel and shopping with a focus on both. Voyager focuses on telling the stories of the people, places and things that inspire us to set off on global adventures. That same year, Lorenzotti opened the first VIVRE boutique, Escape at the Cove in the Bahamas â€“ a collection of exquisitely crafted items for men, women, children and the home.
With pride, confidence, and the courage to take risks, Lorenzotti has redefined the concept of shopping in todayâ€™s market. â€œIn offering shoppers a vision of a lifestyle to go with the merchandise,” wrote Vanity Fair, “Eva invented a destination of sorts â€“ a virtual consumer getaway.â€ As a leader in the industry, she is frequently invited to speak and share her passion and insight on the industry and style at such venues as the Harvard Business School Entrepreneurship Conference, the International Herald Tribune Luxury Conference, CNN, CNBC and the Fine Living Channel. She is also a spokesperson for the BlackBerry advertising campaign and a contributing editor for InStyle magazine.
Lorenzotti, whose business acumen was honed when she was an investment banker at the mergers & acquisitions department at Lazard FrÃ¨res before she founded Vivre, has been named in Crainâ€™s Forty Under 40, a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and is a member of the Young Presidentsâ€™ Organization.
She also lends her expertise to a number of philanthropic efforts, including leadership roles in the Guggenheim Museum’s Young Collectors Club, the Henry Street Settlement, and Save Venice Inc. Born and raised in Switzerland and fluent in five languages, Lorenzotti and her husband now reside in Manhattan with their two children.