Calling all shopaholics! I’ve given Beso my share of props before, but now the mega site that spends their days scouring the web and matching your style so you don’t have to has a free app. Which means that your habit knows no bounds! You can shop in the carpool line, while you wait for a bathroom stall to open up, even while avoiding a poorly matched blind date. Or, you know, in your pajamas in bed like I plan on doing.
The app makes choosing your fashion persona super easy. I went with Polished Casual because I love a great pair of jeans and a pair of flats like nobody’s business. Beso then culls through everything for me, so that I only get options that I’ll more than likely love to shop. In fact, everything shown in the first image are pieces matched specifically to my style – all sorts of smart.
Now, let’s get to giveaway part where Beso will buy a randomly selected winner one item they shared (up to $200 value)!
1. Download the free Beso Shopping for iPhone app.
2. Share any item you love to your favorite social media channel (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.).
3. Leave a comment below letting us know!
4. Do it all before Sunday, May 26th at 11:59pm CST.
5. Favorite up to 10 products for extra bonus entries!
My apologies to Country Living, the original source of the Vintage Tennis Racket Mirrors.
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The perfect summer suit isn’t something most women I know look forward to finding. There’s the trying on, the sucking in, and the additional shaving. Then there’s all of the styles to choose from: bikini, tankini, bandeau, one piece, cutouts (and my favorite trend this year – reversible). But when you finally land on that just right one, now that’s a good feeling.
These aren’t you grandma’s florals, that’s for sure. (Unless your grandma is prone to wearing a floral bikini, in which case I would like to make her acquaintance.) Sweet, bold, and everything in between – there’s no wrong way to wear this patterned trend!
01/ The Clip Bag.
02/ Disney’s Sloth Princesses.
03/ You’re Officially Awesome!
04/ The power of reading. Literally.
05/ I never thought I wanted a swimming pool. Until now.
06/ Petheadz – an Instagram series of pets and their owners.
07/ The most minimalist playing cards ever.
08/ Leather suitcase furniture, yup it’s a thing.
09/ Punk Kitty Graffiti – amazing.
10/ Red SOLO cups go fancy!
Miss anything on Design Crush this week?
The Animal Alphabet in Primitive Portraits
Modern Sprout Hydroponic Planter
Color with Confidence: Pantone + Valspar + Lowe’s
Brevity Signature Necklace
What Will You Make Today?
I Heart NYC
Loving these oversized pieces of jewelry that make up Alissia Melka Teichroew‘s Quilt Collection. Each piece is part minimal and modern, part textured and familiar. Those wood pendants are calling my name! (via Pattern Pulp)
My signature hasn’t changed much over the years since learning cursive handwriting, and I sort of take solace in that. It’s my mark, my brand. I’d love to wear Brevity’s Signature Necklace as a symbol of that, of me. Sign a piece of paper five times and then Brevity chooses the version best suited to creating your personalized necklace. You can even choose whether it hangs horizontally or vertically. (via Design Milk)
I love crystals and gems in a very un-magical, un-hippy way – it’s more of a holy crap science connection between us. These scarves by Jen Altman for Cisthene are rocking my world in a big way. The 48 x 48″ beauties are created from her photography on crêpe de chine silk fabric and I think I wouldn’t mind turning them into everything from dresses to head wraps. Science!
This is one of my favorite spring fashion trends – loose patterned pants that can be paired with a simple tee, strappy sandals, and a smile. Some are looser than others, but all look perfectly suited to wear for a good-to-the-last-bite brunch or cookout. Do you think you’ll be grabbing onto this style or have you already?
Colorblocking. It’s the fashion trend that showed up in our lives just about a year ago and shows no sign of being played out any time soon. I’ve loved seeing this look evolve from brights and neons to more subdued palettes, and tracking the different ways designers make it their own – in fashion and beyond. So what about you, love it or tired of it?