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BB's Weekly Fashion Link Round Up: Chanel Iman for Forever 21, Shop for Sandy Relief and More

Fashionologie has pics of Chanel Iman's holiday campaign for Forever 21.

ELLE also has more ways you can shop to support Hurricane Sandy relief.

Cosmopolitan has a warning we should all heed: Stop sitting so much!

The Style and Beauty Doctor shares images of The Kardashians’ Dorothy Perkins Collection.

BellaShoot is hosting a giveaway for a $100 Sephora gift card.

IFB interviewed me about my tips for blogging success. One for the fridge, Mom!

Ramshackle Glam shares her winter beauty essentials.

Katie's Bliss shows you how to winterize a little mod dress.

Glamour has the scoop on Theory's affordable coat collab with Uniqlo.

Total Beauty checks out backstage beauty at the Victoria's Secret runway show.

The Grindstone rounds up 7 TV characters who could not afford their apartments on their salaries.

Style It shares beauty buys worth the splurge.

College Fashion takes a look at labor violations among popular clothing retailers.

Second City Style is loving the anti-aging benefits of IT Cosmetics' Brow Power Lift pencil.

Refinery29 explains why CC Creams are the next big thing in beauty.

US Weekly says Drew Barrymore is launching a makeup line at Walmart.

Could you please consider doing a blog entry about gift ideas for your man?
Tween ideas would be great too but might be too much of a departure from your blog's traditional scope.
Thanks in advance!
#1 Shy on 2012-11-10 11:32 (Reply)
@Shy - Great idea, I'll get on that. In the meantime, here's a post I did about gifts for guys back in '07:
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-11-10 12:55 (Reply)
I love her campaign! so good!
#2 Liz (Homepage) on 2012-11-10 11:44 (Reply)
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