On Saturday, September 26th, I made a trip to a local consignment shop in an attempt to sell my seasonal, on-trend, gently used clothing. Buffalo Exchange is a chain store that sells and recycles vintage and used clothing. Based on what they had in stock, I felt I had a lot of items that had potential to be sold, as they do accept and buy used clothing (visit their website to learn more).
Month: August 2017
Ipsy Glam Bag: August Reveal
In July my friend and co-worker Erica sent me a free Glam Bag from Ipsy! I’m subscribed to Play! by Sephora and she’s subscribed to Ipsy, so I was overjoyed at the opportunity to try out a new subscription. Ipsy has been around far longer than Sephora (founded in 2011), and after seeing Erica’s glam bags, I was excited to get in on the action. Continue reading
PLAY! By Sephora August Box Reveal
This month’s PLAY! box was one of my favorite ones to date. As usual, I’m spilling the tea on all its contents. If you’re new to the PLAY! subscription service, see my first post for more information. This month’s box is themed “The Innovators.” and contains products from beautyblender, Kat Von D, Kopari, Living Proof, and Too Faced.
New Jewelry Brand Discovery: Le Primitive
While walking through Soho with my friend Nina on one random Sunday, we randomly decided to check out Broadway Market Co., an indoor marketplace where more than fifty independent artists, designers and makers sell their unique wares and handmade items. While perusing the the various offerings, I came across the most beautiful assortment of jewelry I had ever seen, and had to stop to take a further look. Continue reading
Here’s What $100 Got Me During the Free People Sale
I’m a Free People worshipper but I mostly look and don’t buy because of the absurd prices. When I do shop, I always scour the site for affordable items and save the rest on my Pinterest boards. However, I recently received an email for a pretty great limited time discount (30 percent off all sale items) so I delightedly went hunting on the site and managed to buy a few things, spending just over $!00 (a total of $106.06). Continue reading