What do you think of the hand art?
If you love shimmer, check out this Thakoon Sequin Skort ($3,900). This flashy number will certainly garner attention from fellow fashion folks, but it's a little too glitzy for my taste. However, it might look appealing with a slick black tank for nighttime festivities. Decisions, decisions. Do you love it or hate it?
When you have serious earrings, you may as well show them off. And Kate Beckinsale does just that with this sleek, slick updo. Sun-kissed skin and warm copper-toned eye shadow make her look as though she's just been on holiday. Check out the slight gloss on her lips — the barely-there color lets the rest of her makeup stand out. Are you a fan of this look?
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Usually I stay away from over-the-top and cheesy decorations, but I make an exception for Halloween. I love all crazy and haunting decorations, from hanging witches to smiling pumpkins to spooky skeletons. When I found these Flesh and Bones Candles ($7.99), I was extremely ecstatic and disturbed at the same time. Wouldn't a mantel look gorgeous lined with these candles? Or perhaps you could use them in an elegantly scary centerpiece for a Halloween dinner? What do you think?
I've seen these onion glasses all over the food world recently and even found them in our very own Yum Market! Designed to protect your eyes from the tear inducing juices of a freshly sliced onion, these goggles form a seal preventing any irritating vapors from reaching you tear ducts. The website of the goggles that TeamSugar member CiaoBella bookmarked describes them as having a hip design. I totally disagree and think they're super geeky. However I can't help but laugh when I picture someone like Gordon Ramsay wearing them while he cooks. What do you think? Onion goggles: love it or hate it?
I'm all for useless and unnecessary covers that personalize or beautify gadgets, foods, and everything in between. But when I saw these silver plated ice cream containers I thought, wow who would honestly buy them?? The idea is to slide the regular old Ben & Jerry's into these silver holders to hide the ugly carton. These containers not only promote extreme excess but over eating as well. Since when did a pretty little bowl become old fashioned? Are we really too lazy to scoop ice cream into a bowl? Before I rant about the horrible eating habits of Americans, tell me silver ice cream containers: love it or hate it?