Your comments on Kathryn's slideshow have us intrigued! sgtpepperpainted her nails to look like watermelons, juliabulialoves Shatter, and Starkidetteis deciding between light turquoise, bright pink, bright orange, and light green. WE WANNA SEEEEEE!
Therefore, we... More →
If you’re anything like us, the minute the weatherman predicted a high above 45, your winter boots hit the back of the closet and your flip-flops came out. All winter, our Dim Sum Plum toenails were obscured under wool socks, and our fingernails languished under greige pol More →
alyena22, we love any post that revolves around deodorant. You're number 1 in our books.—Sparkitors
If you live in the southeastern portion of the United States, you are probably sweating right now. And if you are a Sparkler (if... More →
Courtney Guth is going to be the best English teacher ever! —Sparkitors
I’ve always boasted that if shopping were an Olympic sport, I’d be a gold medalist. It’s certainly one of my favorite pastimes. I was raised in shopping malls and outlet stores. At... More →
We've been having a prolonged, gloomy, chilly spring season in the Northeast, and last Saturday was the first truly warm day of this year—a day to lounge outdoors, bask in the sun, and enjoy the company of friends and family at a riverside festival in... More →
This week I went thrifting at a store not in my usual thrifty route, and was thrilled to find tons of designer labels. (Designer names are actually relatively easy to find in thrift stores, though the pieces may be slightly older styles. And designer vintage... More →
First, the bad news: I accidentally cut my feet out of these pictures. Oops! But, it's okay! Because the good news is, I was actually wearing the same exact shoes that I had on in the last post. (Yeah, yeah, it's boring—but considering... More →
Before we begin today's post, let me just say this: whoever put the Marshalls Shoe Megashop within shouting distance of the Fairfield County DMV deserves a gold star. Maybe two.
As you all likely know, Marshalls and its ilk can be a crapshoot in terms of... More →
Because of the donation-based inventory of thrift stores, finding a complete outfit at a secondhand shop can be a little difficult. I usually buy pieces separately and then work them into my wardrobe. This week, however, I challenged myself to find complete outfits. At times... More →
You know how to dress for certain occasions: for a wedding, you wear a white dress. For Easter, you wear a nice pastel blouse with a neckline your grandma approves of. For New Year's Eve, you wear something short, sparkly, and cheap, so when someone... More →