Santa hats are cute, yes, but they tend to garner a lot of negative attention towards the wearer. By this I mean the not-so-quietly-whispered remarks of, “What, is she having a bad hair day or something?” and, “What the hell is she doing, playing Santa?” That’s why this old-fashioned pillbox hat does the trick of keeping your head warm while you still look cute. And hey, maybe some of those whispers will be envious this time.
I love dark wash jeans. There’s this one almost-black-but-not-quite-there shade I’ve been looking for forever, and when I saw a pair of True Religions in the exact shade I wanted at Metropark — at the conveniently discounted price of only 2 Benjamins — I freaked. Especially since they were made of Xfit Lycra and as a result, not only did they look killer on me, they also felt like a million bucks. And at only a fraction of the price!
I just love how roomy this bag looks while not being one of those obnoxiously over-sized styles. And its subtle imitation of Tod’s seems like savvy marketing to me.
Both of these boos are so tantalizingly delicious, I don’t know which one to pick. On one hand, the Frye boots have that cute chunky angled heel, which will be stylish in 2009 as well, so a longer wear for that one. On the other hand, the Miss Sixty’s bump heel is unique and I’d definitely be passing it up if I didn’t purchase it. And it’s just so damn cute.
Baked from scratch, packaged in an adorable box, and oh-so-tasty, these cookies are a truly sweet treat. Every purchase goes directly to help homeless mothers and their children fund educations, find jobs and move into homes of their own.
Which boots did you like better? What’s on your holiday wish list?