Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Want it Wednesday

Check out what we're currently coveting and shop it for yourself.



1. Loeffler Randall 'Rider' Satchel. Structured but not stuffy, this bag is the perfect coupling of fashion and functionality. The pop of pattern adds a subtle element of fun to the neutral, work-appropriate bag. ♡L

2. NARS 'Yachiyo' Kabuki Brush. For a makeup enthusiast, I have an admittedly lame set of tools. I’m hesitant to shell out all my hundys to upgrade the whole set right now, but this adorable kabuki brush is just what the doctor ordered to cure my brush-shedding blues. Gone are the days of hairy cheeks! Huzzah! ♡L

3. MAC lipstick in Lady Danger. I am a sucker for a bright lip and lately I’ve been feeling like I need a new shade of red to add to my growing collection of MAC lipsticks. Lady Danger not only has a fun name, but it’s also the perfect punch of red -- bright and super pigmented, but not dark and vampy. Hot Tip: MAC constantly has free shipping deals on their website, so if you hate trekking to the makeup counter like I do, this is a great option for you! ♡T
4. Bliss Ingrown Eliminating Pads. Lets face it: we are midway through summer and if you’re not getting regular bikini waxes then you’re probably shaving. I, for one, seem to always get ingrown hairs, which are neither attractive nor comfortable. The bliss ingrown eliminating pads are easy to use and have cleared up my bikini area in a flash! A definite must if you plan on being in a swimsuit for the next couple of months. ♡T
5. Floral MacBook Decal. For some people it’s caffeine... My creative juices can't flow without some form of artistic stimuli. Usually I stare at the paintings on my wall like a weirdo or read copius haikus, but I have a feeling this energetic pattern will give me the kickstart I need and provide distraction throughout the day. Plus it’s way cuter than my scratched-up MacBook. Okay, and I’ll still have a Vietnamese drip-coffee. ♡L
6. Wine Rack Breakfast Nook. I recently moved into a new apartment with a lot more space, so I’ve been slowly decorating and buying new furniture. After buying all the essentials, I realized that my dining area still seemed bare, so when I found this amazing wine rack/breakfast nook on Etsy I knew I had to have it….once my next paycheck comes in! ♡T
7. drybar Mai Tai Spritzer Sea Salt Spray. It’s no secret that I am a HUGE drybar enthusiast; I will find practically any excuse to go get a blow out. In the summer, I like to go for a more natural look, avoiding using heat on my hair, and the Mai Tai Spritzer is a perfect alternative. You can use this product on wet or dry hair to give you an abundance of volume and texture! ♡T
8. Fujifilm Instax Mini 8. This kitschy, little guy is like a blast from our Polaroid-filled pasts. I would choose yellow to serve as a sunny reminder to take in the beauty of life, unfiltered, each day. The perfect size to throw into your purse and take on an outdoorsy adventure...or to photograph your Chipotle. Not judging. ♡L

9. Christian Dior ‘Glisten 1’ Sunglasses. Cat-eye is my friend. I have a heart-shaped head and those squishy cheeks do not appreciate being stuffed beneath droopy aviators. Crossing my fingers that this shape never goes out of style. The classically chic tortoiseshell body gets a fresh update with a hint of champagne-colored glitter. Parfait! ♡L
10. Peter Thomas Roth Skinstant Mask Magic. After trying and falling in love with Peter Thomas Roth’s Max Complexion Correction Pads, I decided to try out his Mask Magic set. So far I’ve only used the Pumpkin Enzyme Mask, but I love it already! It smells like pumpkins, it feels very light on the skin and it seemed to do its job! The $45 price tag isn’t too shabby either considering the quantity of the product they give you. ♡T


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