With Valentine's Day is just a few days away, here's a look at the Accessories Council top picks for your last minute gifts!
The Petite Eye Cheek and Lip Palette by bella j. ($18, retail value of $75) has all the makeup essentials you need for touch ups at the office or going out after. The palette includes a blush (Pink Peony), lip gloss (BerryBash), four eye shadows (Espresso, Cafe Au Lait, Nude, and Cream) and a surprise charm.
I love how pigmented the Jing Ai Velvet Shine Lip Jewels ($22) are! They are infused with 100% natural macadamia seed oil, shea butter and jojoba seed oil. You don't even need to ever sharpen the lip crayon - just twist it to advance the tip!
I've been addicted to Chuao Chocolate ever since I tasted the Baconluxious flavor. The new Strawberry Waffle Wild and Cinnamon Cereal Smooch flavors are as equally addictive!
The Crystal Kodada Limitless Tote ($498) was designed for the woman in need of functionality & versatility for her busy on-the-go lifestyle. I love the zipper and slip pockets, which are perfect for storing your phone or metro card. This tote allows you to be organized and efficient, yet stylish at the same time.
If a backpack is your style, then you'll love this luxurious Mr. Parker Backpack ($395), made with Italian bubble lambskin.
The BWESTIE oversized clutch from Steve Madden ($78 at Lord & Taylor) and the Mondrina Tallulah Fringed Bucket Bag ($485) are the Accessories Council's top fringe picks!
Betsey Johnson's Pushing Daisies Wallet ($58 at Belk and Dillards) works as a crossbody bag or as a fun addition to your tote bag. It's perfect for carrying your phone, credit cards and lipstick for a quick lunch outing or for going out after work.
These Pico Design Sphere Drop Earrings ($112) feature gorgeous spheres suspended from delicate wires.
Feel extra cozy and fashionable with these Boy Meets Girl sweatshirt ($55), leggings ($45) and Boy Meets Girl x Roman Luxe bracelet ($125).
For the man in your life, surprise him with a pair of cufflinks from Robert Graham or Ike Behar.
The CAROLEE Heart Collection ($24-$70)includes heart design necklaces, earrings and a pin in faceted crystal and silver tone metal. CAROLEE is donating $5 to Go Red for Women from the sale of each piece. Available exclusively at Macy's Herald Square and Macy's.com.
Alanna Bess offers unique jewelry pieces, such as the Cleopatra Cuff ($295) in 18K sold gold hammered brass with a facetted pyrite stone. Two of my personal favorites include the hinge bangle (perfect for tiny wrists) and the druzy rose gold necklace.
Roman & Sunstone Crystal Inspiration Bracelets ($35) make the perfect unisex gift to fit any wrist size. These bracelets feature an adjustable black braided cord, genuine crystal and a moveable bead with the words "Live," "Laugh" and "Love."
Eye of the Sea features handmade beaded bracelets and signature charms from Greece, such as the Rose Quartz Crystal Bracelet ($50). Each bracelet comes with a signature Eye of the Sea pouch and a Gemstone Meaning card. Rose Quartz is stone of the heart and unconditional love. It helps dissolve emotional wounds and resentment. Balancing emotions it restores inner peace, calm and lowers stress. Colors and sizes of the beads may vary slightly making each bracelet unique.
Trollbeads presents a stunning and stylish sterling silver bangle ($199), featuring an Italian glass bead embedded with crystals throughout, in brilliant blue or pretty pink.
One of my favorites from the preview are Marcolin-Swarovski sunglasses. The Swarovski Eileen Sunglasses ($150) have a cat eye silhouette accentuated by a cascade of sparkling crystals, arranged linearly to create a bright geometric pattern.
Perpetual Shade Metallic Luxury Silk Sleepmasks ($69) are made of the highest quality silk, ensurig exceptional comfort while maintaining ultimate functionality. all the masks are handmade in NYC. Masks range from leather to lace and velvet lined with 100%silk.
The colorful Luxchilas TechChila iPad Case ($95) is made with leather, 100% cotton Wayuu Mochila cloth and embellished with crystals.
- Kim Weling
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