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Gold Frocks for a Gold Party

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Maya Thompson (who's just plain awesome) and AZFoothills.com invite you to the inaugural Gold Party benefiting the Ronan Thompson Foundation. The event, which will be hosted by the one and only Charisma Carpenter, will involve a whole lot of drinking, dining and dancing to help end childhood cancer.

So who isn't picking out their little gold cocktail dress for the Valley's social event of the season? Get your tickets here (only $25!), and take a peek at our favorite little frocks on the following pages. 

Photo Credit: Tuula Vintage

 

Whoa: Origins GinZing Brightening Mascara

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Whoa.

It takes a lot for a mascara to be impressive, if you ask me. They all just kind of make lashes slightly bigger and sort of darker and mildly longer, but there isn't a brush or formula that's ever really made a huge difference to me. Might as well go with drugstore brand for $7 and pile it on.

I read recently in Lucky Mag that this Origins GinZing Brightening Mascara is miraculous, and because I trust their Beauty Director Jean Godfrey-June and have for a decade, I took her glowing review straight to Macy's and bought a tube without even trying it or asking any questions.

I never liked when people wrote that mascara "makes it look like you have false lashes on" because it just is thrown around too much (and simply not true in most cases). I found this to be as close to falsies as any mascara I've tried- somehow it helps them just look uniform in length, lush and full, but still soft. It contains little glimmering brightening properties too, to make your eyes glisten. Best of all, it is completely vegan and paraben-free, so your fab beauty doesn't come at the cost of sad animals or cancer.

Never going back.

Macys, $17.50.

 

Teensy Baby Bag: Jimmy Choo Candy Clutch

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Teensy Baby Bag

Let's cut to the chase - this little baby acrylic Jimmy Choo Candy Bag doesn't hold much, and isn't for the lady who needs Kleenex and pens and other stray nonsense at her side all the time. It's for those of us who are willing to sacrifice space for (extreme) levels of adorable. Even the name of this bag color, Champagne Glitter, is stupid cute.

I like to carry little clutches like this during the day, even if it means foregoing my wallet and keeping my phone in my pocket. Why reserve something so fantastically charming for only special occasions? Live your life. 

Without Kleenex.

Jimmy Choo, $595.

 

Buttery Goodness: Kate Spade Croissant Coin Purse

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Buttery Goodness

Just when we thought Kate Spade couldn't take it any farther, they threw delicious, flaky carbs into the mix with this new worth street croissant coin purse.

Yes, this month's pattern is France-inspired, so with it comes adorable little accessories inspired by the French, like this perfect patisserie pouch. It's golden metallic leather, and perfect for change.

Which we will presumedly blow on even more carbs.

Kate Spade, $98.

 

Black Magic: Azature Black Diamond Nail Polish

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Black Magic

We know just what you need: a $250k bottle of black diamond nail polish.

Azature, a high-end jeweler, has released one bottle of dark nail polish studded with 267 carats of black diamonds. They are charging - naturally - an arm, leg and house for the glossy, flossy little bottle.

Good news is, we normies can buy a replica version beginning this month.

Fred Segal, $25.

 
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