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Happy Friday! Today in Sample Sales

Magid beach sale on ideeli

Happy Friday!  Kick off the weekend with some fabulous sales from fabulous designers.

  • Gilt.com: Starting at NOON EST: Assael, Brian Reyes, Converse, Oliver Peoples, Paul Smith, Mosley Tribes, VPL, Calvin Klein shoes. Get access to today’s premier fashion and luxury brands at up to 70% off retail.
  • RueLaLa.com:  Starting at 11am EST: DDF Skincare, Rochard Limoges, Anne Cole Collection, Father’s Day “What He Wants” sale. The destination for 2-day-only Boutiques, filled with the designers we love at private sale prices. It’s free, fabulous, and invitation-only.
  • ideeli.com: Starting at NOON EST: Magid beach sale, Nomad, Manoush, Jessica Simpson shoes, Skagen, Rebecca Beeson, Baby Aspen, L*space. Designer accessories, apparel, home goods at up to 80% off
  • BeyondTheRack.com: Starting at 11am EST: My Tribe, High Street Shine, Boxfresh, designer bags sale including Roberto Cavalli, Hugo Boss, Coach, Yves Saint Laurent, Marn. Designer labels for up to 70% off.
  • hautelook.com: Starting at 11am EST: Karoo, 291, Burn, Shay Todd, Jessica Elliot, Selamat Designs. Friends don’t let friends pay retail.
  • billiondollarbabes.com: Happening now: Jacquie Aiche, Tom Ford sunglasses, Chloe Handbags.

Want more?  Visit the VIP Shopping page for information on additional private sale sites.  Happy shopping!

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The Price of Beauty

Jessica Simpson’s The Price Of Beauty premiered Monday night on VH1. Did you see it? I didn’t really think much of it until I saw a roughly 10-minute promo for the show on Saturday morning.  The show – surprisingly – looked almost refreshing. Here’s a snippet from PopSugar:

I have nothing against Jessica Simpson & think she often gets more than her fair share of crap from the media.  However, that being said, she doesn’t always portray herself as the most cultured or educated woman.  I really wish I could find the trailer I saw that made me look forward to the movie…I think it does a better job of highlighting what the show is suppose to be.

The premise of the show is to highlight how we’re all different & it is those differences who make us unique & beautiful.  Who could argue with that?

After seeing the show, I think Jessica Simpson came off as sheltered and uncultured, what do you think?  I think the idea of celebrities being sheltered & snobbish is somewhat of a stereotype since there are obviously many of them who are very cultured and well-rounded.  She doesn’t make herself look like one of them.

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