Marc by Marc Jacobs' "Annabelle" pave bow stud earrings are $58 at Bloomingdale's, but you can get a similar look for just $9 elsewhere. Can you spot the real from the steal below? Click either image to check your guess.
You don't need me to tell you that colorblocking is one of the biggest trends for spring. This perennial favorite showed up in new ways on the runways at Chloe and BCBG Max Azria, to name a few. And the lovely Maria Menounos seals the deal in her LOFT colorblock dress (in stores soon). There are so many color block pieces to love right now, but here are 5 under $50 to get you started...
Back in October, I told you about ShoeMint, the new shoe-shopping club from Rachel Bilson, celebrity stylist Nicole Chavez and footwear mogul Steve Madden.
Have you tried it yet? For $79.98 per month, you get your pick of a limited-edition shoe style with the option to skip any time, plus free shipping both ways and hard-to-find sizes 5-11. I'm a big fan of Steve Madden, the quality is excellent and the styles are always just right. Also, I love Rachel Bilson (I know, who doesn't) and she actually wears shoes from her collection!
Ready to give ShoeMint a go? First time ShoeMint customers get 20% off their first pair with coupon code SHOEBABE at checkout. This promo code will expire 3/31. Let me know what you think of ShoeMint in the comments!
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Novelty prints cropped up on the spring runways that were both cheeky and cool, like the kitty cats at Victoria Beckham and classic cars at Prada. And how cute is Taylor Swift's heart-print dress? If you're feeling like adding some novelty to your wardrobe, keep reading for 5 fun prints under $50.
Recently I got approached by the folks at Little Black Bag to check out their new interactive shopping site, littleblackbag.com. According to the press release, Little Black Bag is loosely based on a Japanese tradition known as the "Lucky Bag Sale" wherein retailers sell mystery bags of products and customers buy these bags and trade the items inside with their friends. Little Black Bag aims to bring this shopping concept to the online world.