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Pretty In Pink: This Year’s Must Have Holiday Picks For Any Woman On Your List!

December 11th, 2016 by Christen

Looking for the perfect holiday gift for the lady in your life or a rosey gift for yourself?  Discover rose gold wishes and pink metallic holiday dreams come true with this year’s must have holiday picks for any woman on your list below!


Anne Klein Women’s Swarovski Watch and Bracelet Set

Gift set includes two-tone round watch with mother-of-pearl dial and Swarovski crystals.

pink-3-bando Women’s I Am Very Busy Classic Agenda


Badgley Mischka Women’s Nichole Dress Pump

The Badgley Mischka signature style is simple, streamlined and thoroughly elegant.


Rebecca Minkoff Mini Mac Cross-Body Bag


Apple MacBook 12-Inch Laptop with Retina Display


Converse Women’s Chuck Taylor High Tops


Rebecca Minkoff Love Cross Body Bag


Kate Spade New York Mini Hayden Cross Bag


Diane Von Furstenberg Saluti Hardside Set


Rebecca Minkoff Stone Fan Back Earrings Jackets



Create Trendy Monochromatic Looks From What’s In Your Closet Today!

December 10th, 2012 by Christen

It’s always refreshing to discover a style trend that let’s you utilize what you already have in your closet in a unique way. What’s better is discovering that EVEN your grandmother and Lucky Magazine is already up on the trend (making it more exciting to try it out on your own!) In the January issue of Lucky Magazine, the trend of  monochrome styling is defined and outlined with three top tips to help you make the monochromatic trend all your own!

The Monochrome Trend = wearing multiple shades of the same base color within an ensemble.

Tip #1:

Use one rich hue to ground the mix of shades. The darkest shade of the primary color should be the anchor of the outfit and typically should be the jacket, top or sweater.

Tip #2:

Wear wild prints as neutral-worthy accessories. Leopard print shoes & accessories make great neutral options for tone – on – tone looks.



Tip #3:

Texture adds dimension to a monochromatic look. Choose textured sweaters, cardigans and scarves are great options to add versatility to an already established look.


Rocking monochromatic options in hues of cobalt blue, red and pale pinks!

Tip #4:

Add a pop of contrast color with a bag. Think color blocking with your bag! Adding a pop of color via a clutch or large bag provides the versatility of solid colors without the boring black or brown bag!


Now that you have a couple of ideas on how to take a few items from your closet that you already own to recreate all new monochromatic looks – what are you waiting for? Get in your closet and get ready to experiment with new exciting looks that are on trend this season!




American Music Awards 2012 – 40th Anniversary Fashion Winners (and Losers)

November 19th, 2012 by Christen

The 40th Anniversary of the American Music Awards aired Sunday night on ABC with memorable performances, award wins, fashion wins and notable fashion losses.  Here’s a rundown of the winners with a few fashion winners and losers below… (you be the judge…)



Jordin Sparks hits the red carpet at the 40th annual American Music Awards showing off her killer bod in a sexy, skin-baring printed dress layered over black fishnet. Paired with a slick ponytail, Sparks is giving a majorly sleek, just-vampy-enough look.


Kerry Washington arrives on the 2012 American Music Awards red carpet.  Gladiators REJOICE!  ‘Scandal’s Olivia Pope, looked gorgeous on the red carpet wearing a yellow lace dress from Stella McCartney.  What do you think of her look?



Golden delight or Not Quite Right?  R&B Songstress Brandy and Pop’s Provocateur Pink arrive dazzling in gold, but something is missing with both looks.  Brandy’s look is far from “gold star” rating while Pink’s look is giving some sort of modern day Roman-esqe soldier.



Maybe Pink coordinated her look from an unlikely source….like Kim Kardashian?  After all, Kim did debut a similar Kardashian look in blue earlier this year…



Who do you think rocked this stylish, floor length frock better?  Pink or Kim Kardashian?



Nicki Minaj has the internet buzzing over this neon green gown.  This look is a bit more mature for Nicki who’s known for donning multicolored hair and hot pink chicken wing necklaces.  But alas, it is the American Music Awards.  What do you think?




Taylor Swift arrives wearing a long-sleeved Zuhair Murad mini featured a seriously sexy open back and gorgeous gold detailing. While the star may have stayed away from her signature, (a shimmering, strapless gown silhouette), she still opted for a little gold sparkle, giving us a hint of Taylor in a whole new sexy style.


Carrie Underwood opted for a wine colored Abed Mahfouz frock for the red carpet and walked away looking stunning…


“Call Me Maybe” singer Carlie Rae Jepson opted for more all-over shimmer in a halter dress by Gomez Gracia. With a floor-skimming length and a body-hugging silhouette, she manages to work the formal number without making it look like she’s on her way to prom.




Kelly Rowland went for a subtile icy look with Naeem Kahn on the red carpet.  The “Ice” singer went for an overall sleek look to combat the graphic detail dress.


photos via Jason Marritt, Kevork Djansezian/AMA2012/Getty Images

Creating Style With A Purpose: ChaRityLife for Everyday Life

November 1st, 2012 by Tiffany



For the creators, partners and supporters of ChaRity Life, charity is a way of living. It is a way of loving, giving, and inspiring others.ChaRityLife products remind us to love a lifestyle, not just a fashion statement. A brand with fashion sense and social awareness. A brand that gives back and was birthed from an individual’s passion for fashion and philanthropy.


The Mission: LOVE & GIVE.

ChaRity Lifestyles, Inc. is a new and innovative brand that provides exclusive, fashionable products and services at moderate prices that support worthy causes. With LOVE as the focal point of the brand it is demonstrated by currently giving $10 of every purchase  to youth based organizations and causes in need.



 The word charity means love. When ChaRity Life products are worn they serve as a reminder to love and treat others the way you want to be treated. The creators of ChaRity Life say, “Love is an action word that often follows with some form of giving. We believe doing business is not just about making money but about doing something that matters. We have found when you connect business with a purpose and cause you are able to give way more then imaginable.”


The Goal: LOVE & GIVE.

“The goal of our current product ChaRity Beads is to bring social awareness to sex trafficking in the United States, by influencing the lives of influential people.” ChaRity Beads is currently engaged in helping to stop human sex trafficking in the U.S. by supporting organizations that are rehabilitating victims that have been involved in trafficking. “Love is a universal language that everybody regardless of their background can relate to and our goal is to help all people experience that love through fashion and philanthropy.”



Pink Lemonade Stand, a community initiative fostering female entrepreneurship, partners with Charity Lifestyles Inc. to introduce the Pink Bead Series. The first bracelet, titled “Follow Your Dreams” will donate partial proceeds to the Cool Girls Inc non-profit. “I worked with Charity Life to create a bracelet that serves as a constant reminder of staying committed to following your dreams even past the finish line”, stated Nicole GarnerPink Lemonade Stand Founder.

15 percent of every purchase goes to youth based charities and causes all over the globe. Visit the online store at and do your part today. Check out which celebs are already in on the action below.




Pink and Proud: Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 5th, 2011 by Christen

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  

DID YOU KNOW:  IN 2011 its estimated that over 230,000 new cases of breast cancer will be formed and over 39,000 deaths because of this disease?

So many men and women are affected, yet so many don’t realize that they can get involved, become an advocate and make a change by simple purchases made on a daily basis. Kodak has partnered with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure to bring you a limited edition EASYSHARE Camera C1530 loaded with features.  With each bundle sold, Kodak will donate $4 to the Susan G. Komen for research, development and more.  Talk about a purchase with a purpose…


Looking for more Breast Cancer Awareness gadgets that has style while making a change?  Check out this week’s posting over at PINK GADGETS THAT SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS.



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