The ULTIMATE diaper bag for a fashionista mommy or mommy-to-be. This brand new Gucci diaper bag was a gift, and has never been used. It comes with the original tags & receipt. Perfect for toting around baby’s extra clothes, snacks, toys and all the essentials!
– Beige/ebony GG plus with brown leather trim
– Adjustable shoulder strap
– Made in Italy
– Flap closure
– Fold-out padded changing mat
– Side pockets
Gucci Diaper Bag
17.3″L x 5.5″W x 11″H
Brand new with tags
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These shoes are virtually new. Excellent condition. 100% Authentic and worn less than 10x in past 2 years.
You will love them and get compliments every time you wear these shoes. Super chic and sexy.
Low top patent leather booties in black.
Almond toe. Black lace up closure with foot exposure.
Approx 3.75 heel.
This delicate silk top is light as a whisper and features the intricate detailwork Catherine Malandrino is known for. The beautiful crocheted top will expose just the right amount of skin and the logo buttons are a playful touch. Original price: $100
Pair this structured Catherine Malandrino blouse with a pencil skirt for the office or dress it down with jeans and a cardi for weekend brunch. No matter how you wear it, you’ll love its easy but tailored look. Original price: $150
Catherine Malandrino Black Cotton Blouse with Cutout Detail
Purchased from the closet of Paula Abdul, this brand new with tags skater dress will be a delightful addition to your spring wardrobe. The top is a soft silk material while the skirt has a more structured drape.
Original price $385 from Henri Bendel – the tags are still on!
Abaete Keira Swiss Dot Skater Dress from the Closet of Paula Abdul
Terrariums – glass containers with little gardens inside – are really popular these days as home accessories, but they make lovely fashion accessories too! All you have to do is make one on a slightly smaller scale in a bottle like this one with a ring attached to it so that you can wear it as a necklace. If you know someone who loves plants, these terrarium necklaces make really special gifts and will last a heck of a lot longer than flowers. They’re really easy to make too – read on for the DIY instructions.
Step out in style even in the rain with these stunning Givenchy boots. They are in pristine condition and have never been worn, but are a steal at 40% off the retail price of $295. Comes with original dustbags so you can store your boots and keep them looking new. Take advantage of this deal and you could be singing in the rain!
Make your friends “jealous” with this gorgeous satchel bag by Rebecca Minkoff. The rich eggplant color makes it a versatile addition to any wardrobe and at 60% off the retail price of $495, you can pat yourself on the back for scoring such an amazing purse for such a great deal. Brand new with tags and comes with original Rebecca Minkoff dustbag. Also makes a wonderful gift!
If you’re tired of digging through a jewelry box to find your rings or frustrated with fighting necklace tangles, I think you’ll enjoy being able to organize your bits and baubles on a tidy display wall you can make yourself. Not only does this easy DIY project allow you to see all of your jewelry at once glance so you can see what’s available to you (same idea as the Pinterest shoe collection and fridge triage box), it also does double duty as wall decor! Of course if you aren’t that into the idea of a bunch of bling being too visible on your walls, you can pick a less obvious space like the one I chose – a small sliver behind a door. This DIY will only take you about half an hour, and once you’re done, you won’t believe how good it will feel to have all of your jewelry nice, neat and right at your fingertips.
Looking for the perfect statement necklace to add a touch of poppy color to your holiday outfits? Faire Collection has exactly the piece you’re looking for, and they’re giving one away (in your choice of color) to a lucky Clossette reader! Each sophisticated Daphne bib necklace is handcrafted by artisans in Ecuador out of renewable tagua seed, so no two are alike. You’ll be proud to wear the Daphne as a piece of art for your collarbone, but also as a conversation starter about how it helps support the women and families who make it by providing a living wage and a chance to change their lives for the better.
HOW TO ENTER (It’s easy!)
Just leave a comment at the bottom of this page telling us which color Daphne necklace you like the most (see the choices above) and why. That’s it! We’ll choose the winner on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 and announce it on the Clossette Facebook page, so make sure you’re a fan.
ABOUT FAIRE COLLECTION
Faire Collection is a leading lifestyle and accessories brand that substantially reduces poverty in the disadvantaged communities where they work. Amanda Judge, Faire Collection CEO, and her Brooklyn-based design team travel the world to collaborate with more than 225 artisans in places like Vietnam, Swaziland, and Peru, as well as new regions within Ecuador, to create trend-setting designs that reflect both the culture heritage of the country of origin, as well as the style influences of New York City. To keep up with Faire Collection, like their Facebook page here!
This femme floral frock is a one-of-a-kind Clossette original refashioned from a dress from the 90s. I cut away a heart shape from the front of the dress, creating a negative space that I filled with some sheer tulle left over from Sandy’s bridal shower tea party. The re-design was inspired by a somewhat unlikely source – a futuristic office design that transformed two plain Jane old houses into a dynamic office by cutting away bits and pieces of the original structures. Sometimes subtraction is way more effective than addition, you know?
Material: Recycled polyester dress, sheer tulle
Condition: Gently worn/almost new
Babydoll shirts with all sorts of weird bunching and shirring used to be in style until we realized that they made everyone look equally preggers. So now there are a ton of these unflattering tops floating around unloved even though many of them still have nice, bold prints like the Marc Jacobs-esque large flower pattern on this one. If you’re the owner of one of these shirts and are not quite sure what to do with it, here’s a really easy, no-sew fashion DIY showing you how to turn an ugly babydoll shirt into a summer skirt just in time for the warm weather. I think you’ll really be surprised at how simple this tutorial is, and depending on the shirt you use, you can make the bottom into a skirt and the top into a cute bandeau.