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Peekaboo Shoe BagsForget about toting your fabulous heels in any old bag. The see-through Peekaboo shoe bag not only keeps your favorite shoes in great condition, it’s also versatile enough to store your essentials, and it’s ideal for staying organized while on the road, away at school or even just out on your daily commute. Made with durable, sturdy canvas, these bags ensure that your shoes and other valuables always stay in great shape! In fuchsia and khaki.

$14.99 for set of 2 at bedbathandbeyond.com
Lucky Brand Mini DressAmidst the riotously bold prints and flirty florals dominating spring and destined to rule summer, one color still stands out in all its simple glory: white. On this sweet dress, it sets the perfect tone for a vintage-inspired eyelet and dot pattern. Between its laid-back, wear-everywhere perfection and airy construction, it’s destined to be one of your favorite dresses of the season. Slip into a pair of sandals for instant, no-fuss chic!

$99 at luckybrand.com
Got something to say? Say it loud, say it proud and submit it to Nike.com - your personal mantra may just be made into an official Nike t-shirt.

How does it work? Submit your mantra, trash talk or inspiration and encourage your friends to vote. The most voted will become an official Nike shirt. Serena Williams will even rock her favorites for all the world to see.

Need some inspiration? Here are a few examples, along with StyleBakery’s very own mantra: Fit is the New Black.

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StyleBakery’s mantra:

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Go ahead, submit your mantra today! (Just do it)


One of the first crafty things my mom taught me to do besides darning the holes in my socks is the art of crochet. I started out with a spool of string and a crochet hook and was able to make a small doily in no time. I went on to learn knitting from a family friend, but crochet has always been my favorite crafty activity.

So this summer I was pleasantly surprised to see more than a few crocheted clothes and accessories in stores. And they’re hardly like anything your grandmother would ever wear. Before, you could find some crocheted beach coverups but now you can find jewelry like the Daydream Nation Black Tears Crochet Ruffle Necklace for a different way to use the so called prim and proper technique. Another favorite of mine is the Tibi Crochet Lace Top you can use at the poolside as a coverup or wear with a nude bra for a “is she or isn’t she?” look. There’s also plenty of tops and shirts with some crochet trim for just a touch of the summer trend.

this post courtesy of our chic friends at thefind.com

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Second City Style
 can’t decide which celebs looked the best at the Cannes Film Festival.

Stiletto Jungle found a perfect slouchy white tee shirt for summer. 

Who’s the “least sexy” Sex and the City character? Allie is Wired reports the surprising results. 

Bag Bliss: Our picks of the Purple Purse Trend


Hey germ-o-phobes - Beauty Snob has the Violight Toothbrush Sanitizer

Coquette loves the crafty glam look of Freida & Nellie’s rhinestone friendship bracelets

Fashion Pulse Daily gives Sally Hansen’s latest products a test spin. 

Just in time for Memorial Day, the Jet Set Girls have a roundup of the best fashion, cosmetics and reads for summer. 

KRISTOPHER DUKES is wearing Josie Maran 100% argan oil

Manolo the Shoeblogger says, it is raining, and yet, you have need of shoes. You cannot go to the farmers market to look for hunky farm boys barefeeted.  


Whether you’re pear shaped, plus sized or large busted, StyleBakery found the best swimsuits for your body 

The Beauty Stop swears by Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado

The Shoe Goddess was thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in The Cinderella Project
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