November 4, 2011

November Must Have's

"Holiday traditions mean a lot to people, particularly people in retail."
Michael Feldman

Occasionally I will stray from the makeup only talk and spill on over into the fashion and accessories side.  They all blend together to complete a look, right??  Cute accessories + flawless makeup + good hair can make the most simple of clothing look phenomenal!

Here are some things I'm inspired by and must haves for the month of November.  Sienna Miller is my girl crush and inspiration for the month.  I'm going to channel her hair for my cut next week because I've always loved her chic slightly bohemian and edgy style.



November Accessory Must Haves


MUGLER wool jacket
$3,450 - barneys.com




Minnetonka high top shoes
$50 - piperlime.gap.com


Aurélie Bidermann turquoise gold jewelry
$650 - openingceremony.us



The lipstick shown above is by Nars in "Little Darling," and seems like a perfectly flattering sheer nude lipstick I NEED in my life!!

Plus here are a couple of accessories I currently picked up that I'm loving for November:







Another Nars product- the "super orgasm" nail polish that came in the Nars Yorokobi Super Orgasm Set.  Of course they had to add the word "super" to make more of an impact;-)  This version of the famous blush is more on the peachy than pink side with lots of gold glitter.  And you know I love glitter.






I just scored a super cheap knockoff version of the Hermes CDC leather cuff bracelet from my local Target ($15!).  I got it in white, because I love wearing white all year long now and gold is my new favorite metal for fall and winter.  Love the warmth gold jewelry gives off to my not-so warm skin tone now that it hasn't seen the sun in awhile;-)



This style cuff is over a year old (guess that's why Target decided it had been out long enough to knock it off!), but I have been obsessed with it since seeing it on celebs like Rachel Zoe and Victoria Beckham.



Now that I've shared my must haves for this month- what are your accessory wants for the turkey season?

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