Tuesday, October 6, 2009
For the sake of humanity I pray no one actually wears these. Though knowing young Hollywood I'd say we will be seeing them in some fame-hungry individual.
Thank you, Jean-Charles for making something more horrible than the TopShop stomping booties. And to think that just last week I really though nothing could be more cringe-worthy. I stand corrected.
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Sephora 212 by OPI is back in stock! This limited edition shade has a black base that features metallic glitter. Named for the exclusive 212 area code of the NYC flagship store (think Sex and the City) this shade is only available at that location or online.
I ordered mine last week, and am waiting for it to arrive, has anyone received theirs yet?
Photo Credit: www.sephora.com $9
Have you heard of ShoeDazzle? Supposedly, it's the newest "must-have" membership. "Chief Stylist" Kim Kardashian and her "team of stylists" dish up five shoe choices for members each month. based on an initial style survey. If you choose to purchase the shoes, your credit card which you place on file with the website is charged $39. Sounds like a great deal, right?
I thought it did, so I immediately signed up and have been disappointed since. I didn't like a single pair of the shoes my first month, so I requested a new selection of shoes, and still didn't like any. I decided to see what the selections for October were before I cancelled my membership. I was secretly waiting for the Stephanie, the pink Susan G. Komen shoe, so on October 1st, I signed in planning on making the big purchase and the shoe was already unavailable...
I am not sure that I am going to plan on continuing my membership with ShoeDazzle. What do you think?
Photo Credit: Stephanie, www.ShoeDazzle.com $39