Unanimous verdict: Trixie’s Ruth Bader Ginsburg costume is one my favorites, ever.
Hope your day is more treats than tricks.
We have the best neighbors. Really.
The other night, the doorbell rang and this was anonymously waiting on the doorstep:
Once you are anonymously gifted you pay the “Boo-ing” forward to two other families.
While this game has been going on in the neighborhood for a while, this year there was a twist: alcohol was added. Hence getting “BOO-zed.”
Now this is a tradition I can get behind.
Trixie helped me distribute our bounty last night. This pumpkin included Rumchata, a funny kitchen towel that said “Pick your poison,” M&Ms, Hershey kisses and some rainbow gumballs.
Have a great weekend!
Cute and well-priced!
This plaid infinity scarf is $25 at Nordstrom.
Have a great weekend!
Are mules work appropriate?
I really like the look of these shoes, but I just can’t reconcile wearing them to work.
They would look ridiculous with socks, so bare heel seems the only way to go. And while I occasionally have worn dressy sandals or slingbacks to work, I can’t recall ever having the backside of my foot completely exposed.
It seemed like a moot point since the weather is changing, but suddenly these winter-ish mules are everywhere:
They come in several versions, too.
What do you think? Yay or nay for work?
Bobbi Brown already released her 2016 Holiday Gift Guide.
This Party Prep Set is a particularly good deal:
Considering that the Extra Illuminating Balm ($65) and Lip Balm ($22) are both products I use every day, their combined cost alone makes this set a deal at $85. Overall, these items have a value of $141. Get yours now!
My favorite time of year is upon us: Catalog Season.
I love shopping for gifts. I do. I really do.
And from roughly mid-October to early December, I love opening my mailbox to see it stuffed with holiday catalogs.
The Sundance catalog arrived last week. Their Cowgirl Chic vibe isn’t usually my thing, but I like their stuff enough to check out what’s new.
These mugs caught my eye:
They’re handmade and hand painted. Choose from A Cup of Gratitude, Courage, Happy, Peace, Clarity or Joy.
While I like the sentiments and think these would make a good gift (especially if used as a vessel to put other small gifts inside or accompanied by tea, coffee or a cute spoon), at $58 I think they’re overpriced.
With my overall track record of breaking and/or ruining things, I suspect that if I bought one of these mugs, the cost-per-use would be exactly $58 before mine was destroyed.