I am a big fan of shopping. My friends all know that I am a great shopper: markets, online and in stores.. it doesn’t make a whit of difference. I know how to snag a bargain when looking for great food, fashion or home decor items.
I even bought a killer designer silk charmeuse dress at a sample sale for $75.. such a great bargain!
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Hot tips from various people lead me to write this post. UniqueLA is one of my most favorite LA events. It doesn’t happen every month but it’s worth the cash for the ticket and the parking at the California Mart to get you in the door to meet designers and artists with their fashion lines, home decor displays and products as well as food and other cool stuff that you can buy.. and ALL are made in the USA!
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I love checking out jewelry– online, in real life, in magazines. I always have my eyes open for new pieces, new designs and new vendors. I ran across one recently (and managed to snag a piece from the brand to be able to talk about the line with more knowledge.
Interior Designer Jonathan Adler’s long a must-visit event for New Yorkers, is now ONLINE. Shop Jonathan Adler’s irreverent home décor and fashion accessories for up to 70% off.
I love curating jewelry since it’s always about making some sort of style statement. It doesn’t *have* to get statement jewelry. Even when you wear the simplest of earrings and/or necklace it does
Annachich Jewelry is amazing. It’s hand-made in San Francisco. Designer Becky Johnson gets her creative inspiration from her grandmother who was a seamstress.
Johnson takes care to the details just as her grandmother did!