Gifts to Give...Me
I've seen a lot of bloggers posting gift guides this season. What to buy him, her, your best friend, your boss, your coworker. But you know what? The only thing I like better than giving gifts is...getting gifts. So here's my gift guide: what to buy ME.
Cozy and oversized - just like me. Plus, I've never said no to anything monogrammed. My New Year's resolution every year is to stop laying around the house in boxers and a t-shirt (what can I say, I dream big) and I think with a set of PJs like these I'm guaranteed success.
These cotton pads are $24. I'll say it again - these cotton pads are $24. But you know what? I'm worth it. You only get one face (at least until you're 60 and visit a plastic surgeon).
Just the right size, and just the right amount of old lady. I'm in love.
"But don't you already have a lot of jewelry you don't wear?" you may ask. Yes, yes I do. But I don't have THIS jewelry...yet.
THESE CORDS HAVE CANDY CANES ON THEM. I'll wear the F out of them every day in December, every year, until all eternity, forever and ever Amen. I'd pair them with an ivory cable knit sweater and look in every single reflective surface I can find.
I have a real love/hate relationship with this. I love the way it works (it's the only thing I've used in my hair for more than 10 years), but I hate paying for it. It's not that it's too expensive, it's just that it's not very...exciting...you know? It's like buying deodorant. Necessary - yes, fun - no.
Two words: metallic Tretorns. That's all.
It's only $110k, so. I'll also need whoever gets this for me to buy me a parking space in New York (currently a very reasonable $500/month in my 'hood). I promise to pick you up and take you to Dairy Queen, so it really pays for itself.
If I was a sweater, I'd be this sweater. I'd also be $700, apparently. Ouch.
I've been wanting to try this serum for about a year. I haven't wanted to pay $185 for this serum for about a year. It's now Christmas - problem solved!