so nice! I have the same watch in all gold. It was my mum’s and she passed it on to me. It’s so chic. the ring is beautiful too, such classic pieces
I know I'm a bit late on this one so this is potentially unwelcomed but I had a pair of Common Projects boots and despite their price, they were easily some of the worst quality shoes I had ever owned. The leather was easy to crease in a very unattractive way, the pull tabs frayed within a couple months of wear and the sole became very easily damaged. They're beautiful in brand new shape and condition in pictures but I just thought I might give some advice as they're not inexpensive shoes lol.Not the usual fashion purchase post but - I just panic bought three books on Amazon because I've heard deliveries are delayed and I'm running out of reading material! I bought Stoner (by John Williams), Three Women (by Lisa Taddeo), and A Gentleman in Moscow (by Amor Towles).
Apart from that, I am seriously tempted to buy these:
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I actually got a stunning green silk dress last year from Reformation, but sadly its not available anymore. Definitely would recommend buying something out of silk, since it always looks classy, chic and it's worth the price! Maybe you could try ordering the Fonda Dress from Reformation?I've been looking for some green dresses lately and ordered the Gavin dress from Reformation. Unfortunately, the fit wasn't great (I always struggle getting a proper fit in the bust), and the quality was pretty bad for the price.
Has anyone ordered any of the linen stuff from Reformation, is the quality any better?
Well you could try to not wear them for too long. I usually only wear my heavy earrings to go out and take them off once I get home, my earlobes seem to be doing just fine. It could also be because older women may get saggy skin so it may not all be completely due to the heavy earrings (It would be wise of them to try to wear lighter earrings).I love these earrings, but I am TERRIFIED of getting saggy earlobes (does anyone know what I'm talking about?) that I always see on older women who have too heavy diamond earrings