Could someone please explain the lure of metal-studded purse to me? The fashionistas at Splendora.com are recommending this satchel for spring. The shape is nice, but wouldn't it look better without all the rivets?
Attention, Valentine's Day shoppers. Assuming that for some reason you would want to give someone a mixed color bouquet of roses for Valentine's Day, today's Wall Street Journal compares five purveyors of same, and judges Jungle Roses best overall for its $128 "dramatic bouquet with one dozen super-sized roses in striking shades of red, yellow and pink." Me, I'd send truffles.
German jewelry designer Anne Gericke makes tiny dioramas that you can wear around your neck, or in your ears, or on your cuffs. Gericke envisions an idealized world: an old couple on a bench, happy little girls, flowers that bloom in a row. I saw this pendent at Mighty Goods, where Maggie Mason wrote, "If you’re looking for a particularly noteworthy Valentine’s Day gift,
the perfect gift for your new bride on your wedding day, or a touching
anniversary present, this gets my vote." The old couple are for sale at Unica Home for $456.