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How can you get enough of SHELLS? You live in these things everyday—you layer with these, sleep with these, workout with these…
Zeebee Threads has quite a good selection of comfortable and sleek shells with different lengths and styles for various seasons. They’ve got shells that are thermals, sheer rib, flowy, off the shoulder, short/long sleeved… you name it. They’ve got an impressive selection.
For someone who loves to layer, I don’t think I have enough shells at all. I somehow lose these things like socks. Some (un)lucky person out there I’m sure got a hold of a couple of my sweat(literally)shirts at my old gym.
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I got this Rainbow Pashmina Paisley scarf compliments of Iristy the other day and paired it with my new faux fur leg warmers (I am currently obsessed with Russian styles, so I’ve been looking for a lot of Instagram inspiration on that). My mother-in-law looked at me and said, “Aww, you look like an Eskimo!” Not too long ago Rob and I were watching an episode of Malcolm in the Middle where Francis comes home with his new Eskimo wife to show his parents. Rob said I could play an Eskimo, and I wasn’t really sure how to take it. I do like snow and igloos and wolves as my ride, but that doesn’t mean a thing…
After looking at these photos, I immediately thought of a somewhat drab and toned down Rainbrow Brite. This scarf is better than how it looks on the website! It looks short on their storefront, but this reached down to just above my knees! I am 5’5″ (of course with these wedges on, I am about 5’8″), so you can see how wide and long this scarf actually is. I’ve been avoiding adding anything too bright to fit in my wardrobe’s new direction. I was afraid that this scarf might clash with that, but it really didn’t. This scarf is as sexy as Bollywood.
I forgot to take photos of the other side of this scarf. It wasn’t even mentioned on Iristy’s site that this is completely reversible. On the one side, it is rainbow. On the other, it is tan. It is equally magnificent. The texture of this is like velvet. I love it! This was the outfit I had on underneath. I like to wrap big scarves around me and fastening them down with a belt just like this.
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ONecklace has built themselves a name creating name jewelry. You can customize your name or initials in their fancy monogram script like pictured above, and their selections come in sterling silver, 14 kt gold, 18kt gold, and 14 kt white gold (for non-monogram). You can choose the type and length of chain (14″, 16″, 18″, 20″); from earrings, necklaces, and bracelets; and the option to pick styles that have Swarovski crystals and diamonds (for non-monogram). For the monogram necklaces, click here.
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I’m sure as avid online shoppers, you are always looking for a deal online, but it’s very hard to find prices that match prices as low as flea markets’. I stumbled upon “wholesale” fashion sites awhile back, and I was always skeptical about them. First of all, a lot of them sell replica designer stuff. I wouldn’t recommend them for that reason. However, some sell “designer-inspired” or just trendy fashion items (mostly from China handbags) for rock bottom prices. These bags are distributed in places like Walmart or eBay and are completely legal. Still with that in mind, I was hesitant. I was until I saw one of my favorite people online buy most of her clothes from wholesale Japanese or Korean online shops. That sure did get me curious, but I have yet to try buying from a trusted source.
Slotanna is one of my sponsors who sells cheap handbags wholesale. I posted some of my favorites on here. You don’t have to buy more than one to get a good deal. The wholesale price still applies for one purchase. Of course, the more you buy, the bigger the discount. This is how these wholesale websites usually go. Perhaps you’d like to try buying from one, and let me know about your experience!
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Please welcome my newest sponsor, Mili Bra. I finally found a bra that looks smooth under a t-shirt! Their bras are made out of pure cotton ALL over, so the cups inside are not made with synthetic material, which is what you get with most “cotton bras.” I’ve been having back problems lately, and I think it’s because my bras aren’t very comfortable to wear. Mili Bra is very soft to the touch and is made from breathable material (check out each layer close up), so you can probably sleep in these if you want to. No more rashes, itchiness, sweat, or scratchy elastics. The bras aren’t lumpy, so you can wear them without seeing bumps on your back or shoulders… which can get really unslightly, unless you are somehow into the reptile look?
What’s awesome is that Mili Bra’s design is patented, so you’re getting something completely new—and frankly, will probably change your life (as far as comfy underwear go). Their website is also distraction-free, having mostly just photos of the actual undergarments on there without models. I think in this case, you can live with not being able to see how something looks on someone—it’s just for chilling out :) It’s $39 each, but I think it’s definitely heavenly. So give it a try!
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