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August 3, 2015

July Favorites

I meant to have this post up last week but honestly, I just wasn't about it. It's at that point in the summer when I'm lazy and tired and the heat is just getting to me. I blame it on the fact that once August 1st hits, I'm programmed to think that I'll be going back to school.

I can't believe how fast time is passing. The summer is over and now it'll be TWO years since my senior year started. It's honestly really scary to think about and I think it's starting to hit me that this is life now. I work, I play, I have to figure out things on my own.

People my age are getting engaged and starting a whole different chapter of my life, and I don't have the energy to leave my bed in the morning.

I still feel like I'm living this fake life and I don't know when it's going to feel real, but with the summer being over, my first summer of working full time and not being a fresh out of college post grad, it's starting to get there.

Oh it's scary as hell.

I always tend to ramble during my monthly favorites post because it's another reminder of how fast my life is going by, and I don't know how to keep up with it--but maybe I'll save this for a different time.



I loved a lot of things this month, like A LOT but I narrowed it down to my top favorites.

//BlueSky Planners: The planner obsession was alive and real this month, as I got a bunch of new planners in the mail. They were all from BlueSky, and I'm so grateful that they sent them to me! From the Day Designers to the regular planners, I'm a little obsessed. I love staying organized and having my shit together -- writing things down just works for me and these planners have been a life saver.

//Maybelline Dream Wonder Fluid Touch: I talked about this in my Recent Beauty Hauls post, and it's been my go to all month. It's so light weight, blends beautifully, and dries to a powder finish so it doesn't feel like anything on your face. Plus, the packaging is gorgeous, in a cute glass bottle.

//theBalm Brow Pow: I love theBalm products, but they're so hard to come by. You have to order them off of their website, or Birchbox, but sometimes they don't have everything you want -- and sometimes I do like buying things in a store. When I was walking past a Duane Read near my job, in Manhattan, and I saw that they have a section called The Look Boutique that has high end products. They aren't super high end but brands like Cargo, Vincent Longo, 100% Pure, etc... and theBalm! I was so excited I nearly cried. I went in one day, and just bought this brow powder and an InStain Blush. I wanted a brow powder to do my brows because I haven't found a pencil I really love. This powder has been the only thing I use and it makes my brows bold, but soft at the same time. I got it in Light Brown and it's incredible!

//BeccaxJaclyn Hill Champagne Pop: Everyone and their mother is talking about this highlight, and I also talked about it my Recent Beauty Hauls post. It has every right to be talked about, because it's gorgeous and pretty much will flatter everyone. I never had any Becca products before this, but this highlight is so buttery smooth and stunning -- I may have to try some more. This is the only highlight I've worn all month and I'm pretty sure it'll continue like that for a while.

//First Aid Beauty Blemish Patrol Pads: I've been meaning to talk about these, and you'll probably see them in another post this week. A little more than a month ago I noticed that I had a lot of bumps on the side of my face, along my jawline. It wasn't technically acne, but probably little whiteheads. I was on a quest to find something to cure this and low and behold, First Aid Beauty came in and saved the day. Their Blemish Patrol Pads claim to help prevent breakouts, control oil, and minimize pores. They're also safe for sensitive skin because that's what FAB specializes in. It comes with 60 pads, which is great because if you want to use one everyday, you have enough for two months. I was religiously using these, and saw results in less than a week. I was shocked and excited and continued to use them everyday for almost the entire month. Once I saw most of the bumps were gone, I would use these a few times a week, or whenever I saw a pimple popping up but my skin has remained in tact. I still have a good amount of pads left in the tub and will probably repurchase after they run out.

Another random favorite is not wearing jewelry. I rarely leave the house without at least one necklace, ring, or bracelet, but this month it was just too dam hot. I have been going to work, and going out sans baubles and I'm kind of loving it. I'm much more comfortable in the hat without the extra metal hanging on my body.

Here's to the last month of summer, and one step closer to Fall!

What were your favorites this month?










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July 29, 2015

Beauty Products That Have Failed

I've tried a lot of beauty products. Like A LOT. It's actually pretty alarming how many products I've tried, probably more than the average person.

I rarely don't like a beauty product. There is rarely an item that doesn't work for me, or an item I can't get too work.

That's why, when items don't work, or I have an adverse reaction to them, it's a big deal. I feel shocked, and sad that I wasted this money on something that didn't wind up working.

I'm also very weary about returning beauty products. I know every store & website has their own return policy but I just feel like returning beauty products is weird.

"Oh here's a lipstick I hated, please take it back." I know that Sephora takes back used items because they use them as testers, which is good to know (or so I've heard) but yeah, I never return items so they just collect dust in my drawers.

Like I said, not too many items have failed me but here's what has:



//Tarte Maracuja Oil: This is probably the biggest blunder of them all. I have two mini sizes of this from Tarte value sets and when I first tried this back in December, I thought my skin was just reacting badly to it because of all the issues I was having. I waited a few more months, till my skin was clear, but after two or three nights of using this, my skin dried up like a prune. I tried a few more times and it just was no use. I thought this holy grail oil would work for me, but it just goes to show that if something works for a lot of people, it still may not work for you. Beauty is unique to everyone.

//First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Eye Cream: I raved about this stuff back in the winter, because it really did clear up my eye issues within a few days. Then, as skincare does sometimes, it started revolting against me. Within a month, the cream stopped working and caused my eyes to dry up. I find it odd since all other First Aid Beauty products have done wonders for me. I feel such a betrayal when a product works, and then doesn't. SMH (This product has been discontinued it looks like, since I can't find a link anywhere and I got it on sale back in December)

//NYX Butter Lip Gloss in Red Velvet: The Butter Glosses from NYX have caused a love of lip gloss to reappear in my life. These glosses aren't sticky, and add just the right amount of color and shine to your lips. I have Tiramseu & Creme Brulee. They smell like vanilla cake and are so amazing. I figured for the fall, last year, I'd buy a darker color. I went with "Red Velvet", a dark red shade, and was deeply disappointed. It was a little patchy, a little stickier than my other glosses, and looked horrific over red lipstick. It's too patchy to wear on it's own, and I was highly upset over this. I haven't thrown it away yet, it's still sitting in my collection so maybe I'll try applying it over a red lip liner, for a simple red lip.

//NYX Green Concealer: The NYX HD Concealer is a definite top 5 favorites for me, so I figured I'd try out there colored, color correcting ones. I have heavy under eye bags, and I noticed a lot of redness appearing. I know that green concealer cancels out red, so why not try the NYX HD Green Concealer. I'm pretty sure I threw this out already, because it was that bad. It was so patchy, didn't blend at all, and the green tint never went away. It was a disaster.

//Micro Beauty Blenders: The beautyblender changed the game for me last August when I bought my first one. It's when I started using foundation on a daily basis and my make-up routine just got so much better afterwards. I've since bought another one in conjunction with my original one (time to probably throw the first one out, a year's use seems good enough). When the mini beauty blenders were released, I knew I needed them. Some days when I don't wear foundation, or just wear powder foundation, I still apply a liquid or cream concealer. Therefore I still need to use a beauty blender. I justified it as not wanting to wet an entire beauty blender when just applying concealer so I figured these mini ones would get the job done. They were good for a while, until they started to get on my nerves. They are just too small to hold in my hands and it's much easier to just use a regular one. I still have them in my collection, trying to figure out how to use them but who knows.

What beauty products have you tried and they were #epicfails? Let me know in the comments!



July 28, 2015

Glorious Soap & Glory + Review

Soap & Glory was always one of those brands I heard about on Youtube, saw at Sephora, but never tried. I don't really have a reason... they were (& still are, very inexpensive), so that wasn't it. I just kept forgetting to try it out. Always kept building carts, and then deleting them, the contents disappearing from my site.

This was a constant game I played with myself, until mid December when Soap & Glory was about to vanish from Sephora and head to Drugstore.com since it was lowering it's prices.

If you didn't know, Soap & Glory is a UK beauty brand that has very cheeky, adorable packaging and some of the best skincare products I've ever tried. They have make-up, but a lot of it isn't available here in the US... hence why the products I'm going to talk about are strictly skincare.

They are most well known for their Hand Food Hand Cream & Righteous Body Butter-- both which were at the top of my list to try. Supposedly the scent is intoxicating, and now that I have tried & loved both products, they are.

I placed an order on Sephora back in December when everything was on sale for stupidly cheap prices, then went into a Sephora store and got one more product... then a few weeks back, placed an order on Drugstore.com for two new items.

Therefore, I feel like I can make a pretty good assumption on the brand & their products... plus I've used and loved every single product I'm about to talk about.



//Hand Food Hand Cream: I want this stuff slathered on my body 24/7. It is the least greasiest hand cream I have ever used, and it is by far the most incredible scent. I don't even know what it is. I literally am going to be of no help because I don't know what this bad boy smells like -- it's floral and feminine, but completely intoxicating and delicious. It leaves my skin very moisturized but not overly moisturized to the point where I can't hold my phone. I will for sure be repurchasing this when I run out.

//Righteous Body Butter: I bought this during the Sephora clear out, just a tiny tube of it but had no use for it, because I was using a different lotion at the time. When I started my new job in April, I brought this to the office to leave in my desk. I usually have my Hand Food cream with me but I'd be lying if I said I was too lazy to reach into my bag to get it. Also, I like the idea of leaving things at work -- so much more adult! This is heavier than the hand cream, but has the same scent. It's also not greasy as you'd expect a body butter to be, because I can go right back to work. Once the winter comes, I'm ordering a huge tube of this stuff to keep at home.

//Great Kisser Lip Balm: One of my favorite beauty vloggers, MakeUpByTiffanyD has been raving about this lip balm for years. When my face was freaking out with dryness and swelling back in the winter, I grabbed this during a Sephora run to try to tame my swollen, dry, and cracked lips. Not realizing that it had petroleum in it, I realized it soon after-- and petroleum isn't good for chapped lips. I have though, gotten use out of this because I keep it in my bag and use it as a glossy balm. It is very sticky, but the smell (vanilla bean) is too good to resist. I like the gloss it gives my lips and it's a no fuss product. I may actually move this into my work desk too....



//Sit Tight Super Intense 4-D Firming & Smoothing Lower Body Serum: This can be considered a controversial product because a lot of people may think it takes a lot more to firm your butt & thighs, and get rid of cellulite, than just using a serum. And there is... and the adorable packaging said so. It said something like "don't eat junk food and stuff your face..." or something like that-- something a lot of people would find offensive because America is easily offended these days(another day, another post). A lot of Youtubers said this work, but after CoffeeBreak With Dani said it burned and worked, I knew I needed it. With the blessing & coersion of my mother, I ordered it and my goodness it works!!!!!!!! My ass was ON FIRE after using it.. like to the point where I was in a little bit of pain. I haven't used it religiously so I don't know if there are any results happening back there, but we'll see. The burn is worth it, honestly.



//Heel Genuis Foot Cream: My feet are gross. Feet in general aren't appealing but my feet have always been an issue. I have never found a foot cream that does me right, but this one has quickly made a climb to the top. I ordered this when I ordered the tightening serum, because it was there and I was curious. It has a gel like consistency and smells minty.. it gives a teeny bit of a cooling effect which is nice. I used this for a few nights in a row, slathering it on my feet and putting socks on while I slept, and I noticed a difference within three days. My heels were smoother & softer. My feet, the next morning, were also very greasy and I was slipping out of my shoes. It took me three days to figure out why. I've been reserving this for the weekends, until fall comes around and we say goodbye to sandal weather and my feet aren't a slippery mess. Otherwise, this is an amazing cream.

Next up on my Soap & Glory list? Their Flake Away Body Scrub. Come to mama-- let's exfoliate!

Have you tried Soap & Glory? What are your favorite products that I should try? 










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July 27, 2015

Beauty by Borghese

All items were received for consideration -- all opinions are my own


I have not been shy about my obsession with beauty products... it seems that with each passing day, each new product & each new Youtube video, the addiction gets worse. I can't explain why I love beauty so much ... it's just so much fun to apply make-up and play up a different look each day. You can completely transform your look with one swipe of lipstick.

I've have, though, gotten a lot better about not buying makeup items that I don't need because the amount of product was starting to overwhelm me, but my skincare collection has grew since that. Skincare is just a lot easier to go through, and to me, it's worth investing in some great product.

As a resident beauty junkie, receiving surprise packages in the mail filled with makeup & skincare items is pretty much like Christmas day.

It's rare that I don't know a package is coming but over the past two months, it's happened a few times ... two of them being what this entire post is about.

I've heard of Borghese before, because it's a semi well known brand that is carried in Bloomingdales. I rarely buy make-up that isn't found in Sephora or the drugstore, because I'm lazy, cheap, and the rewards program at Sephora is just too good to shop anywhere else.

To my surprise, I was contacted by a PR firm asking if I wanted to be sent some Borghese product for consideration -- I happily agreed & then totally forgot about it. Until a package showed up on my doorstep a few weeks later.

The package was amazing, filled with so many items and my goodness, it made my day! I'll get into what was in the first package, but two weeks ago, another package showed up on my doorstep from Borghese and it was filled with face masks. I had no idea this one was coming so this was a real surprise. I was squealing with delight.

(Side note: My mom & sister love when I get packages like this because it means more makeup & skincare for them to try as well)

I've been playing around with the makeup and masks for the past few weeks, and I have to say, they're pretty amazing. I thought Borghese was a lot more expensive, but it's not completely un-affordable.




Now, I haven't tried EVERYTHING that I was sent, but I have played around with everything and I'm excited to share it with you!

First up, the makeup:

//Superior State of the Art Mascara: I have so many mascaras open so this one hasn't bee used yet. I don't even think I opened it because I didn't want it to try out, so stay tuned for thoughts on this! It retails for $19.50 which isn't that bad since Too Faced & Benefit mascaras cost a little over $20.



//Color Eclipse Eclissare 5-Shade Eyeshadow Palette: I haven't tried this palette out either, because I have so many eyeshadow palettes and I don't use them as often as I'd like because I'm lazy and get into no eyeshadow funks. Also, these colors are more suitable for fall--dark grey & greens. The quality seems to be superb and I can't wait to dig my brushes into them once sweater weather arrives! The price is also right at $29 -- not that expensive, but a little pricey for only 5 eyeshadows.

//Kabuki Brush: I love this brush but I'm pretty sure my sister stole it from me. It is super soft, and great for bronzer or powder. I stopped using my ELF Kabuki Brush altogether once I got this, but now I can't seem to find it. It retails for $25 which is about the right price for a high end brush.

//Eclissare Color Glass Lip Gloss in Gilt: I have hardly used this product because it is pure glitter. This definitely isn't something I'd buy, or wear everyday and it has really just been sitting in my drawer for the past two months. It's wearable, for a night out, but not my taste. Retails for $21.50


Lipstick on top; lipgloss on bottom -- doesn't look as bad as I described
//Color Struck Lipstick in Swoon: I don't think I've ever seen a lipstick with chunky glitter in it, but this one definitely has that. It's very similar to the lip gloss in that sense, and also in the sense that I haven't worn it at all. Maybe I'll give it away?




//Summer Glow Tinted Moisturizer: I'm obsessed with BB Creams & tinted moisturizers so this was probably the best thing to happen to me. It seems to come in one color (not sure what color that is), and has a pump (which is a blessing in the beauty world). It gives the face a luminous finish, without being too overpowering, and truly gives a gorgeous finish. I wear this on days where I don't want too much coverage, or a heavy feeling foundation, Whenever I apply it, I am shocked by how natural & nice my skin looks. This retails for $29.50, a nice price for a high end tinted moisturizer.



//Eclissare Blush in Flight: This blush is BIG... one of the biggest blushes I have in my collection. It's also a very unique color. It is sparkly, definitely not a matte finish, and it's a deep brownish plum -- gorgeous for the Fall. (PLEASE I JUST NEED FALL!) That hasn't stopped me from wearing it, though. It gives a very natural, glowy finish to the cheeks and I love it!

That is all the makeup I received, and honestly I'm pretty happy with it. I don't think I would've ever bought any of these on my own, just because I haven't heard too much about Borghese around the internet so I'm glad I was able to try this brand out. I would definitely purchase more items from them.

Now onto the skincare (aka ALL FACE MASKS) I received. I'm obsessed & addicted to face masks (post on that coming soon).



These are all mud masks, and I've only tried one (the Active Mud For Delicate Dry Skin) and it was incredible. I'm excited to try the black, purfying one and I may do that tonight.

The masks I received were all from the Fango line: two tubes of Mineral Active Mud for Face & Body, Purifying Mud Mask for Face & Body  and the one I already used -- which costs over $70!

I'll keep you all updated on the masks, and will mention if any of them turn out to be favorites in my favorite face mask post.

I'm very grateful that I could try all these amazing products out, and will always give my honest opinion!

Has anyone tried Borghese? What is one beauty brand you've been curious to try and haven't yet? Tell me in the comments!



July 22, 2015

The Good Son Book Review

Ever since I could remember, I have had an intense fascination with the Kennedy family. As history states, they are Camelot, they are our royalty.

I think the reason for the this obsession was my aunt & mom's adoration for Jackie O. I mean, my aunt has a Jackie O Barbie Doll that is still in the packaging, and she got it probably before Jackie passed away in 1994.

When I was younger, every biography book report I ever did was on four people: Princess Diana, Walt Disney, JFK, and Jackie Kennedy.

The family is so tragic, so dramatic, so filled with scandal, and glamour. They are fascinating to me and I want to know so much about them.

Like I said, I've read a lot of books about the Kennedy family, but I felt that it was time for another round. I needed a new book to listen too, after I listened to "The News Sorority" (review coming soon!) and I knew I wanted something on the memoir road. I've been addicted to memoirs and biographies, as you can tell from my last two book reviews.

I settled on the Kennedy book called "The Good Son" which surrounds the special relationship of Jackie O & JFK Jr. It's written by Christopher Andersen, who has written so many awesome biographies, including two of my favorites "William & Kate" & "After Diana"



The book was read by a man, an aside from Andy Cohen, I hadn't listened to a man read a book but after a few chapters, I got used to it.

It was a very hefty book, with lots of first hand accounts, and a lot of information. It started out with the day JFK Jr died in a plane crash (I remember the day in 1999 quite vividly) and then proceed to go in chronological order, from the day JFK Jr was born, the day JFK was assassinated, and so on and so forth.

It was so interesting to hear all of the stories, some a lot the public may have not known. These "inside scoops" did in fact, make me wonder how much of the book was actually true. I found myself, more times than one, asking "But how do they KNOW that?"

It was very cool to hear all the parts of history I had learned about in my history books... the Cuban Missile Crisis, the assassination of JFK, the assassination of Bobby Kennedy, and all the other major milestones throughout the years.

I felt like I learned so much about the Kennedy family, and I loved the way this book focused on the high standards that were put on JFK Jr, before he was even 1-years-old. The book did not mention Caroline Kennedy nearly as much as I thought, but probably because the book IS called 'The Good SON.'

Getting a glimpse inside the lives of the most famous family around was incredible. Listening to the stories of how protective Jackie was of the children, how she moved them to New York to try to live a semi normal life after their dad died, how glamorous she was but also how private, it was so different from what I expected.

I really enjoyed the book and felt like I had learned everything I could've ever wanted to know about the Kennedys... so much that even though I wanted to listen or read another book about them right after I finished this one, I couldn't bare it because I felt that it would be repetitive.

If you're like me and you find this family incredibly interesting, I would highly recommend this book. It kept my attention but was also so informative, I learned so much!

What is your guilty pleasure book genre? Tell me in the comments!



July 21, 2015

July Birchbox

It feels like as soon as I write one Birchbox review, the next month's box arrives at my doorstep. It also seems that the moment we all receive one month, Birchbox is already talking about the next month!

I love getting these monthly boxes delivered to my door... it's like a little present each month. I have though, been thinking a lot about cancelling. Not because I don't enjoy it, not because I don't have the money, but because I have come to the realization that I have too much stuff.

The other night I was so overwhelmed by my room that I start throwing things out and reorganizing everything. I went through my Ikea drawers and just threw away old, expired make-up and got my shit together.

I started taking unused and unopened items and putting them in a "goodie bag" along with a lot of beauty items I've collected since starting my new job as a Social Media Coordinator for a major beauty brand.

I love "stuff" but it's getting to be a little ridiculous. I may stop Ipsy after the next month, just because I really do adore Birchbox and all the added amenities that come with the subscription.

If you haven't signed up for Birchbox yet, check it out. For $10 a month you get 4-6 beauty or lifestyle items. You can customize your profile to fit your needs, wants, and style, and I have to say, they're pretty accurate when it comes to giving you what you want.

This month was pretty awesome, aside from a gorgeous smelling perfume sample that I can't use because I'm allergic to fragrance (crying emoji).



Before we get into what I got in my box, can we take a moment to admire the gorgeousness that is this box? I am so happy that Birchbox has gotten rid of the plain, old brown boxes and has been sending these beauties in beautifully designed boxes. It makes it that much sweeter!



Here's everything I got in my July Birchbox:



//Bumble & Bumble All-Style Blow Dry: I have never used anything from Bumble & Bumble but I've heard amazing things about them. I'm so happy that Birchbox is now carrying the full line so maybe now I could try more! I haven't used this yet because I don't blow dry my hair in the summer but I'll be sure to test it out soon!

Sample size: 3/5
Full size: $30



//Cartier La Panthere Eau De Parfum: This smells SO GOOD. I was so sad to see a perfume sample in my box this month... I usually never minded it before but after finding out I was allergic to perfumes back in January, I feel like this is a wasted sample. If I wasn't allergic, I probably would've used this entire bottle already.

Sample size: 2/5
Full size: $100 (MY GOD THAT IS EXPENSIVE)



//Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion Skin Exfoliant: I always love getting skincare items in my boxes, mostly because they're easy to go through and I can always tell if I'll like something after a few tries. I love Dr. Brandt and I'm obsessed with exfoliators so this item made me happy. I haven't tried it yet but I have no doubt that I'll love it.

Sample size: 3/5
Full size: $78



//Liz Earle Instant Boost Skin Tonic Spritzer: I love getting Liz Earle products in my Birchbox because 1) they're amazing and 2) they're always ridiculously large samples. I've been having a moment with skin sprays lately and this spray toner is fueling the addiction. It smells a little weird but is very refreshing. It says that you can use it for all skin types, either to prep your skin for make-up, set your make-up or just as a refresher throughout the day. I've been using it to prep my skin for my daytime skincare & nighttime, and just to refresh throughout the day. I love it!

Sample size: 4/5
Full size: $25 (probably will repurchase since the price is right)




//Stila Look at Me Liquid Lipstick: Everyone received one of these in their Birchbox this month and we were able to pick what color we wanted. I chose this hot pink shade called "Bella" and my goodness it is bright. It's stunning, I don't know where I'm going to wear it because bright lips, for me at least, are reserved for nights out or a brunch with friends, but I need to find somewhere to rock this bright pink lip.

Sample size: 4/5
Full size: $22


This was honestly a really good box. The only item I was meh about was the perfume-- everything else I will get an insane amount of use of!

What is your favorite subscription service? Tell me in the comments!


July 20, 2015

Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

I seem to be the only blogger that hasn't blogged about the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale yet but I feel like it's an obligation, especially because I shopped it hardcore.

I usually hate when every blogger posts about the same thing but this is necessary. It's a ridiculous sale and I've never shopped it before.... and I don't know why. Probably because I never had a job that paid enough for me to have extra cash to shop.

Last week, when the sale went live, I made the bold (and impulse) decision to open a Nordstrom credit card to shop the sale early access. It took me less than five minutes, and I did it at work -- which is highly dangerous. I had the support of my friends who also did the same thing, so it seemed to be a good idea. Right?

I promise I'm cancelling it the moment I pay my bill. I cannot have another store credit card. It's not good for me.

I really did need some new fall, work clothes, and a new pair of ballet flats. I figured the prices were too difficult to resist so I took the plunge.

Funny story... after I placed this order, I placed another impulse order of $70 on this Kendra Scott Necklace and this Bucket Bag (Currently unavailable but here is a similar one) . I quickly panicked and had intense buyer's remorse so I called Nordstrom and asked them to cancel the order.

The next day, I calmed down, and re-ordered the necklace along with a Kate Spade iPhone 6 case (I accidentally ordered an iPhone 6 Plus case and didn't realize it until I opened the package. I exchanged it for this one and it's on it's way too me!)

Anyways... I'm continuing to look at the sale and see what other low price goodies I can get! Everything from my order I'm extremely happy with and it's making me long for the fall even more than I already am!

Love By Design Crotchet High/Low Pullover | Pleione Split Neck Top | B.P Long Textured Open Cardigan Sam Edleman Alaine Topline Flat (These don't fit so I'm returning them) | Naturalizer Jennings Knee High Boot


Also got these two items but couldn't find good photos of them:

Painted Threads Print Fringe Trim Poncho

Calson Long Sleeve Crewneck Cotton Tee 

This sale was incredible and I wouldn't be surprised if I placed another order before it was over. 

Have you shopped the sale yet? Tell me what you got!

PS: This was my first attempt at Photoshop. I learned for my job and have been doing some graphics for them so I bought my own account and created this yesterday. What do you guys think?!!!