UNICEF’s School-in-a-Box $186
Whenever I go on a shopping binge, I make it my mission to buy at least one item benefitting a charity (or more, depending on how bad my binge was). For christmas this year, I’m going for UNICEF’s School-in-a-Box. Coming in at a little under $200, the lockable metal cases are filled with exercise books, pencils, erasers, scissors, a wooden teaching clock, plastic cubes for counting and a set of three laminated posters. UNICEF has some great ways to give back on their online store, from vaccines and first aid kits to jump ropes and
Organic. Navy. Two of my favorite things. Source
When I was younger, I feared high heels. There should be a name for the disease I had- heelophobia. Now that I’m older and more balanced, I love the chance to wear high heels, even the dangerously high. I’m not sure I need another pair of black pumps, but these are divine if you ask me.
jeffery campbell pape heel $162 @ oak
United Bamboo Double Button Coat Dress $615 $465 @ gargyle
Here’s a great item for the winter holiday season. Put this over your perfect party dress and add a little extra sparkle to your look.
With less than a week before the big day, you can personalize your tee according to what speaks to you this election. Pick up the Vote T ($15) and tell everyone what your voting for, or keep it a mystery.
Tulle isn’t just the word for that gauzy fabric found under prom and bridesmaid dresses. The Swedish brand offers stylish tops, sweaters, tunics, jackets and dresses, but it’s they’re colorful coats that really stand out. Inspired by modern style and past trends of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, Tulle offers high style, durable coats at an affordable price. Check out their website to view their entire collection.
Tulle Vintage Peacoat in Royal Blue $95 @ urban minx
Tulle Long Double Breasted Peacoat in Black $99 @ urban minx
Tulle Twill Trench in Evergreen $103 @ urban minx