Hi, everyone. I’m back with some lovely eye candy for y’all to peruse. I love Hanukkah! It doesn’t hurt that my birthday usually falls around Hanukkah. Oh everything about this season is great from jelly donuts to latkes. Hanukkah is the ultimate holiday for rebels with a cause: don’t let the man put you down!
Here’s some sites, worth exploring this week:
This site has free shipping and every week there is always a sale. :win: Rita, is super nice and helpful. Her e-shop carries sweet dresses and accessories that are both stylish and affordable. A great store for the funky girl looking for something that screams “me!”
on the radar: a little black dress for the ubiquitous holiday parties!
little black dress!
“Twirl” by Necessary Objects, $42, available up size 12, Kosher Clothing
O.K. the recession is hitting you hard and you want to tighten your belt? Don’t worry, Karla’s got your back over at her blog Karla’s Bonanza ! You have to love a blog with lime pumps on the front page 🙂
She’ll help you navigate the thrifts shops and has awesome suggestions for the holiday season. Karla shows us creative gift wrapping ideas and scoring cute accessories at your local thrift shop.
on the radar: cute handmade accessories you can find at Etsy!
custom typewriter pendant
Silver, custom made, other letters and numbers available upon request, $18, Contrary
perfect for the favorite blogger or writer in your life;-)!
Now you’re tired and you want to chill out after shopping. Or you need to burn off those holiday goodies. How about some casual gear to slip into? Kosher Casual got you and the whole family covered! The women’s clothing runs up to size L/XL. The skirts are super affordable. Simple casual clothing for girls, boys, and men’s are affordable. The clearance section is for all size ranges and you can score nice stuff on the cheap!
on the radar: casual tops you can eat sufgayniot in peace!
also available in black, heather, and jeans blue, S-XL (juniors), $8, Kosher Casual
I am a lover of design first and foremost. I love menorahs. I still have the first menorah that was given to me by my third grade teacher. It was a Mickey Mouse menorah and she got it for me because I was her favorite. I used to sit right next to her desk and I was reading her Judaica catalog with her. I oohed when I saw that menorah and said “I would love to have it.” She told me that it wasn’t a toy. It’s still whole and intact after 25 years. (yes I’m older than dirt.)
So I hope you enjoyed this week’s eye candy. Hopefully, by next week I’ll be able to show off my new laptop bag and continue with the regularly scheduled program!