Make hands-down the best beauty products to travel with. Refresh the skin during a long flight with a spritz of their Rose Skin Tonic, and banish jetlag by taking a hot bath with their mini kit of Essential travel oils.
Remember weaving friendship bracelets when you were at high school?! Well they’re back on the fashion map, and Pura Vida are giving back with theirs. Every bracelet purchased helps provide full-time jobs for local artisans in Costa Rica. In addition, the brand also donates 1% of sales back to the Surfrider Foundation.
Ok so this one’s a splurge, but I couldn’t resist. I predict the bronze Gerard Darel high-tops will be next year’s Isabel Marant high-heeled sneakers, ie. Prepare to see them adorning the feet of every Victoria’s Secret model and It Girl in sight. $490.
Another couple of mates – this time stylish Aussie girls Tamara and Jasmine – have launched a line of flats that are going to be the hottest item at Summer 2014’s music festivals – mark my words. For the boho chick with an edge, the Jem Skull Slipper goes on sale this month at ShopBop.
Now I don’t know about you, but I’m not the kind of chick who can wear tight leather trousers and heels on a plane, I need to be comfy. But that doesn’t mean sloppy! 194t clothing has created classy cotton blazers and tapered sweatpants to keep you simultaneously cozy and chic.
You know when you have that beautiful, cool friend and you just want to steal her wardrobe? Well luckily, the girl who has that effect on me created her own line of swimwear, so there’s no stealing necessary. Have a browse at chic and smart surf-chick Lisa Priolo’s line.
My favorite swimwear designer and friend, Melissa Odabash, has just launched her Spring line. Check out her Martinique bandeau bikini in Ikat blue, and her beautifully bejeweled Sanela maxi dress, in apricot.
My go-to brand for stylish jewelry that won’t break the bank. On my list right now? A crystal-encrusted tortoiseshell cuff, neutral enough to compliment any bright color you wear, but still sparkly enough to make a statement.