The Spring box of Style never felt so good as at a time like this. A little pick-me-up.
Here’s what’s inside:
This is considered one of those holy grail skincare items. Erno Laszlo was one of the first luxury skincare products. He had many famous clients. Everyone from Marilyn Monroe, Greta Garbo and Ava Gardner to Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich and Jackie Kennedy. That’s not a bad lineup.
This one is an easy-to-use toner that offers high-impact results to your regular skincare routine. It gently clears away flakes and aging skin cells while it sweeps on calming, skin-renewing nutrients. So far I love it. It reduces redness too while supporting natural renewal and repair. Retails at $60.00
I’m starting to pay more attention to hair health (more on this in a separate post). For now I use this vegan + cruelty free lightweight hydrating cream on damp hair for a smooth finish. It leaves hair soft, glossy and manageable. Retails at $29.00
I must admit when I first found out there was yet another camel bag in the Spring mix I was not so excited, as I already own several. However, this one is different. It’s a sueded 2-tone vegan leather shoulder bag with an interior pocket that’s appealingly structured, and comes in quite handy as a lightweight shopping bag. Very nice. Retails at $74.00
I own many gold, silver and beaded bracelets that I love but there’s something about a chain-link bracelet that adds instant glamour to everything. This elegantly crafted chain-link by Rachel’s friend Nikki Reed you can wear with everything from jeans and a t-shirt to an evening gown. Wear alone or with other bracelets. It’s 6″ with a 2″ extender sustainably made with gold plated recycled brass. Retails at $195.00
These tortoise and black sunglasses are both striking and timeless and supposed to look great on everyone….except me. We got a choice between the two and I chose tortoise. Yet again; my sister gets another pair of my sunglasses that don’t suit me….but they all happen to look great on her.
Retails at $85.00
Box of Style