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Interested in checking out Glossybox? Now would be a great time to subscribe because for a limited time when you subscribe you can get a FREE Too Faced Glamour Gloss, which is a $19 freebie!

Glossybox Coupon: Use code “SHINE” at checkout to receive the free Too Faced Glamour Gloss with your Glossybox purchase.

Glossybox costs $21 per month, though the price goes down with an extended subscription. You CAN just pick up one month and receive the lip gloss… just make sure you cancel immediately after receiving your first box or you will continue to be charged.

Check our our March Glossybox review for an idea of what kind of products you might expect to receive in this monthly beauty subscription box.

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BaubleBar Spring Cleaning Sale: Save 50-90% on Hundreds of Styles

The BaubleBar Spring Cleaning Sale is happening now and you can save 50-90% on hundreds of styles! If you’ve been meaning to add some new styles to your jewelry collection this is definitely the time, as some of these pieces are downright cheap!

No coupon is needed to shop the BaubleBar Spring Cleaning Sale as all prices have been marked down to reflect the savings. My recommendation for this sale? Sort items by price, going from low to high, and you’ll find tons of styles marked down to just $10!

For instance:

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When it was first released all I wanted was a BaubleBar Triad Colored Necklace. Somehow I’ve manted to hold off getting one, but now that it’s just $10 I’m not sure I can resist!

One trend that seems to be sticking around is lucite jewelry. It’s not necessarily my favorite trend, but these Lucite Garden Drops are super cute, and I think they’re subtle enough that it’ll be easy to continue wearing them once the lucite trend is over. Originally $28, they’re now on sale for $10.

If a statement necklace is what you’re after, check out the items that are marked down to $15!

BaubleBar Collar Necklaces

This Geo Garden Collar originally cost $34 but is now $15, as is this Bubble Baguette Collar.

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Tory Burch Friends and Fans Sale: 25% Off (Almost) Everything

Tory Burch Friends and Fans Sale: 25% Off Everything

Let’s get a happy dance from all of the Tory Burch lovers out there! The Tory Burch Friends and Fans Sale launched today and you can take 25% off almost everything at Tory Burch!

Tory Burch Coupon: Use code “FRIENDLY” at checkout to receive the 25% discount. This offer is valid through April 28, 2014.

The exclusions list is relatively small and includes the following: pre-order items, beauty and fragrance, home items, the York Buckle Tote, gift cards, and charity items.

Tory Burch Robinson Printed Smartphone Wristlet

Tory has this wonderful floral print available at the moment, and I want everything covered in it! It’s such a fun and feminine look. (Also, it reminds me of my grandmother… in a good way.) This Robinson Printed Smartphone Wristlet is $125 normally or $93.75 after the Tory Burch Friends and Fans discount is applied.

 

Tory Burch Savannah Metallic Wedge Sandal

The Savannah Metallic Wedge Sandal that I included in my round-up of metallic sandals is included in the sale! It’s available in gold and silver, and I’d like a pair of each. Normally $265, they’re $198.75 after the discount is applied.

Tory Burch Revas

 

I’m guessing the Tory Burch Revas aren’t quite as popular as they once were, as this is the first time I recall them not being on the Tory Burch Friends and Fans exclusion list! Traditional Revas are $225 normally, or $168.75 after the discount is applied.

Tory Burch Lipsi Tunic

As much as I love tunics, Tory Burch’s aren’t usually my favorite (sacrilege, I know). They’re usually fancier than what I’m going for, but this Lipsi Tunic has me changing my tune(ic). It was inspired by the “easy glamour of the French Riviera in the Sixties.” I love the loose fit, which would make it a fabulous swimsuit cover-up, or it could easily be paired with long denim shorts or white pants for a more chic look. Normally $350, it’s $262.50 after the discount is applied.

Tory Burch Cheyenne Blouse

You can also use the Tory Burch Friends and Fans discount to shop the clearance section. The clearance section isn’t huge, but there are some good items! I spotted this lovely Cheyenne Blouse on clearance for $187.50 (originally $375). The price drops to $140.63 after the discount is applied.

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Ends Today: Anthropologie Shoe Event

Anthropologie Shoe Sale: 20% Off

It’s rare to see any sort of sale at Anthropologie, but through the end of the day today you can shop the Anthropologie Shoe Event and save 20% on select shoe styles!

There’s actually a surprisingly large number of shoes included in the sale, so if you’ve had your eye on any Anthropologie footwear it might be worth taking a peek to see if the shoes you want are included!

No coupon is needed to shop the Anthropologie Shoe Event as all prices have been marked to reflect the 20% savings.

Anthropologie Almanac Sandals

Oh, hello, super fun metallic sandals! These Almanac Sandals originally cost $88 but are now on sale for $70.40. I like the addition of the off-center zipper!

Gabiru D'orsays

Man, if these Gabiru d’Orsays came without the ankle strap (that personally does me no favors), then these shoes would be coming home with me. I am really loving the botanic-inspired laser cut shoes that are out this season! Originally $170, these are now on sale for $136.

Observatoire Heels

I’m also really smitten with these Observatoire Heels. They’re far from my usual style, but I’m really digging the contrast of the brown leather with the black and white striped chunky heel! Normally $168, you can grab them today for $134.40.

Click here to check out the Anthropologie Shoe Event!

 

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Ecocentric Mom Box Review

Last month I took advantage of a discount and decided to pick up the Ecocentric Mom Box. The Ecocentric Mom Box aims to provide moms with safer and smarter product choices for families. Its goal is to help people lead a cleaner and greener life.

While the Ecocentric Mom Box has been around for awhile, this is the first box of theirs I have ever received and/or seen so I didn’t really know what to expect. I would best sum it up by saying I received a hodge podge box of eco-friendly stuff.

Here’s what I received in my Ecocentric Mom Box (no descriptions because there’s not much to say):

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DIY Shabby Chic Mason Jars

I have so many ideas on planning our nursery that I could go totally broke! So I opted to DIY some projects! I have always been smitten with mason jars, and I especially love the look of painted ones, but  I knew I could recreate the look for less!

shabby chic mason jars

How gorgeous are these vintage mason jars!? Granted, $17.25 isn’t a horrible price, but I was determined to make them for less!

I headed down to AC Moore and bought two mason jars for $1.00 a piece. (FYI, they offer a 10% military discount if you have an ID). I also grabbed some aqua acrylic paint and a sponge brush. Total cost? $4.50. My husband already had sandpaper, so I didn’t need that. Perfect!

When I got home I tried two different methods. To replicate the shabby chic look I painted to outside of the jar. I used a few coats, but let each one dry in between. Once dried, I used fine grit sandpaper to define the look. I think it turned out great!

The other style that I tried was pouring paint inside the mason jar. I then swished it around to make sure it was coating everything and flipped it upside down on a piece of cardboard. So easy!

Which one do you guys like best?

DIY mason jars

I feel like it was a project well worth the savings!

Would you DIY mason jars, or would you rather just purchase them already done?

 

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