Spring Box

It’s been a month since I’ve received the Spring Box and I can’t believe that I haven’t shared what’s inside.  Until now…

Christopher Patey

Thoughtfully choosing versatile, well-made pieces is the key to building a timeless closet.  These photos and main descriptions are taken from Rachel Zoe’s Website.  I find everything to be thoughtfully curated.  Pieces to mix and match with what you already have. To order see below.

Tribe Alive Leather Clutch

Christopher Patey

Classic items like the leather clutch is an exclusive size available to Box of Style members. Just big enough to hold every day essentials like a wallet, keys, cell phone and lipstick (that’s an essential right?).  I  stow it inside a larger bag and simply take it out to use alone when need be like going out for dinner.  A versatile hue, like the black of this clutch, pairs perfectly with all manner of ensembles.

Chan Luu Silk Scarf

Christopher Patey

Another essential is a silk scarf.  Even though I own a numerous amount of silk scarves you can’t really have too many.  Right?? Plus they’re so easy to store and tie in a multitude of ways.  The Chan Luu silk scarf  shown is available in 2 exclusive Rachel Zoe Collection prints: cactus flower or leopard. It was a toss up but I went with the leopard.  This coming from the woman who wears scarves meant for her dogs (I know; it’s a problem).

Michelle Campbell Gold Talon Bracelet set

Photo: Christopher Patey
These dainty gold bangles offer a simple elegance on their own or can be worn with other pieces and mixed with other metals for a more dramatic effect. The open design allows for easy adjustment.  A little bit of added bling never hurts.

Edible Beauty Gold Rush Eye Balm

The all natural ingredients in this eye cream make it safe enough to eat, but you won’t want to waste it once you start incorporating it into your regimen. The coffee and cucumber extract work to reduce puffiness and inflammation while the gold leaf improves circulation and radiance.  My full review will come later but so far, so good.

Skin Gym Gua Sha…..are you ready?

Christopher Patey

You heard it here first, gua shas are the new jade rollers. This rose quartz massage tool helps to drain toxins from the face by increasing circulation and decreasing puffiness. Great for long flights and mid-day pick me ups but with regular use as a part of your daily regime, you’ll see the best results.

Mark Hansen
Long before they became our new favorite beauty tool, Gua Shas were an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years, used for tissue and muscle massage for the entire body. Gua Sha literally means ‘to scrape’ in Chinese, and this (gentle!) scraping motion helps to increase circulation, decrease the appearance of wrinkles, boost collagen production and encourage lymphatic drainage. For many of us this sounds great, but we’re not clear on exactly how to reap all of these benefits. Start by applying a face oil to clean skin, then read on for the top motions to master to get the most from your Skin Gym Gua Sha from the Spring Box of Style.If you’re a visual learner, find a handy video tutorial by acupuncturist and holistic medicine practitioner Debbie Kim.  For more Gua Sha tips, visit Skin Gym’s site.
So if you want to Spring for it:  https://www.boxofstyle.com/
and don’t forget to tell them where you heard about it

 

 

 

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