Bliss recently underwent a total re-vamp.
Their product line has been seriously edited.
Gone are the cosmetics, candles, skin tools and too much more to recount.
Saved are my beloved Lemon and Sage Soapy Suds Body Wash and Fab Foaming Cleanser.
New are a few products that borrow heavily from Glossier and K-beauty regimens (lychee jelly cleanser).
And here’s something really exciting: prices across the board have been slashed. Where the Lemon and Sage Soapy Suds used to be $18, now it’s $10 for 17 oz.
One final thing: Bliss products are now also available at – drumroll – Target. Find Soapy Suds for $9.99 here.
After obsessing over this bag – but not being able to pull the trigger – I found another one I like:
Here’s bag #1 again, for reference:
Both of these share obvious qualities: similar color, gold hardware.
While not entirely visible, they both also have a zippered top opening and a slim silhouette, probably only 3-4″ deep.
I think I still like original bag #1 better, but still, I’m having pre-buyer’s remorse over the cost. Probably better to keep thinking about it.
Have you been seeing this brand everywhere?
Because seemingly, it is.
Through some amazing PR boost, Love Beauty and Planet is getting a lot of press, plus shelf space at retailers like Target.
The company offers an impressive array – six different collections – of hair care and body products.
When Target was offering a $5 gift card with the purchase of three Love Beauty and Planet products a few weeks ago, I decided to give them a try.
Considering that a full-size (16 oz) shampoo, conditioner or body wash retails for only $6.99, it was almost like getting one of the three for free.
After a few sniffs, I determined that Coconut Oil and Ylang Ylang was my favorite.
The smell is really nice. The conditioner is a bit thick for my liking, but the shampoo is rich and together, they work well enough to keep me from going back to my much pricier Oribe shampoo and conditioner.
This coat intrigues me. A lot.
From new-to-me fashion label The Reset, this vegan suede trench comes in one shade, oatmeal.
From their website:
It doesn’t get more timeless than the trench. Flattering on every body, it’s a piece that goes with absolutely everything in your wardrobe. Our buttery soft vegan suede take comes in one color, and one color only—because we spent months tweaking it until we had the absolute perfect, luxurious tan hue. Belt it over work wear. Leave it open on the way to cocktail hour. Wear it everywhere. We do.
It’s currently sold old, but more are coming. Pre-order now for delivery in May.
I’m not really in the market for a summer dress, but I love the color and side tie detail on this one from Athleta:
Here’s a bit more detail:
I can’t decide if I like the midi length or not; I think I do.
This is online only, so checking it out in store isn’t an option. It also comes in gray, but the blue is definitely calling my name.
The photo doesn’t do them justice. These rose gold Ugg slides are much better in person.
The soft metallic is both versatile and on trend.
These are already packed for my spring break trip with the kids later this week.
I’m really digging some of the natural accent decor pieces available now at Crate and Barrel.
Much of it is easy, light and neutral, which is basically how I want to feel.
This hurricane is oversized enough to be a stand-alone centerpiece:
It’s hard to appreciate the scale of this driftwood bowl.
Here’s a picture for perspective:
It would work on the floor or as a centerpiece.
And then there is this bowl:
I love the addition of these stones to it all: