We featured this cozy wrap from Barefoot Dreams as a Thanksgiving travel essential -- because it's kind of like a stylish robe you can wear in public! See link in bio for more chic pieces that'll have you traveling in comfort this fall!
Thicker, strong hair in a few weeks? Yeah, I'll give that a try. Meet Follicle Energizer from MD Factor—applied nightly to the scalp, it reduces shedding and breakage. I've been using it for almost a month and am seeing regrowth on the sides of my head where my hair is naturally pretty thin. That's a good sign, right?!
First there were wood watches and now there are wood sunglasses! These wayfarers by Jord are a fun addition to your accessories collection—with that beautiful multi-colored wood grain. They make my plastic, tortoise-shell frames look pretty blah actually... You can get a 10% discount on Jord accessories simply by entering their contest (the winner gets 50% off, but everyone gets 10% off). See http://www.jordwatches.com/g/thebudgetfashionista to enter!
I just posted a head-to-head comparison of Haverdash and Le Tote! These are the two big players in the clothing rental subscription space. And while their offerings are similar, there are some key differences to know about if you're ready to step into the rental game. See link in bio for the scoop!
These are my new favorite thing: collagen eye gels! This is Beauty Kitchen Rainbow Pride Collagen Eye Gel Collection, and these under-eye patches de-puff and moisturize the under-eye area in less than 20 minutes. Plus, they smell amazing. A must-have as we head into holiday party season! Oh, and you get 6 of them for $24.50. See link in bio for a full review.
EcoLips vegan lip and cheek tints have earned a regular spot in my beauty bag because: (1) the colors are perfect and (2) they multi-task. Use these tints for sheer color on lips, eyes and cheeks. I just posted a review on the blog and these get a thumbs up!
One of my readers asked me to style a job interview outfit for her, for $75 or less. Oh, and she's tall! Not an easy task! Without knowing more info, I'd usually recommend a conservative blazer and skirt combo, but that's hard to do on a tight budget. Instead I found this midi dress with sleeves and a collar, and paired it up with low-heeled pumps — both pieces combined are $75 plus tax.
One of my readers asked me to style an outfit for her "casual business happy hour" for $75 or less. She's a petite hourglass. I picked a short shift dress, that's not too baggy, which hints at her curves in an understated way. (If this were a date night outfit, a more fitted style would be better). Also, the shift style is very versatile, meaning it works ?
well for casual and dressier occasions. The short hemline, plus pointed-toe heels help elongate her legs.