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If You Must Write, Use This Pen

There aren’t many opportunities to use an actual pen nowadays: Most companies offer online bill pay, smart phones contain an appointment book and notepad, and ATMs don’t require deposit envelopes anymore. But every once in a while, you might want to send a handwritten note or greeting card, instead of an e-card. On those rare occasions, we hope you use The Seven Year Pen, which will last at least seven years. This high-quality marker is also eco-friendly because it reduces waste — think of how much discarded pens contribute to our plastic waste. The Seven Year Pen comes in five designs, but we’re partial to the glasses because we like to indulge our inner style geek.

[$8.00 See Jane Work]

Touch Screen-Friendly Gloves

The downside to texting in winter? Freezing fingertips. The upside? Cute fingerless gloves that let you show off your manicure (added bonus). We’re digging these ribbed cashmere-blend “glovelettes” from J.Crew for their extra-long sleeves, which add warmth on days when you don’t have a long-sleeve layer on under your coat. Or, use them to extend the wearing period of your cape-like jackets by another few weeks.

[$22.50 J. Crew]

Perk Up Your Rack With Nipple Enhancers

You heard it here first — the bra-less look is back, y’all! But are your nipples coming up short? If your chesticles are lacking a significant eraser-head erectness, Body Perks’ nipple enhancers will make your aureole look like they just experienced sub-zero temperatures. Now available in mocha! Check out a closer (vaguely NSFW) look at this can’t-miss product, after the jump. [$19.95, Body Perks] Keep reading »

A Dessert With A Little Kick!

A glass of wine and a bowl of fruity sorbet make a mouth-watering dessert. But did you know you can have both tastes for the price of one? Wine Cellar Sorbet infuses its sorbets with extracts of Cabernet Sauvignon, Champagne, white wine, Pinot Noir, Riesling, ruby port, sake, and red wine. The result is a non-alcoholic and refreshing treat that’s sure to please the palate … and the tummy because the sorbets are all-natural and dairy-free. What a satisfying way to end a romantic evening or put yourself to bed.

Moccasins Meant For Showing Off

When the colder seasons come around, we go into heavy hibernation mode, building blanket forts and watching movies and only leaving the house for work, medical emergencies and, if we’re feeling really motivated, food. We’re not ashamed to admit that we’ve worn our ratty slippers out in public on more than one occasion. These gorgeous handmade Darlingtonia Moccasins are a perfect alternative: cozy enough for hibernation mode but too gorgeous to keep cooped up inside. Hopefully, the guy at the teriyaki restaurant down the street appreciates them as much as we do. (Available in various colors, sizes 5-11.)

Tasty Edible Art

We’re not big sugar cookie lovers at The Frisky–most we’ve tried tasted awful and were too hard. But after sampling Jenni’s Cookies, we’ve realized sugar cookies are quite tasty when done right. Jenni’s Cookies have the perfect amount of sugar and aren’t too sweet. Plus, they’re beautiful! Each cookie is hand-painted–not frosted–with royal icing in every design imaginable from Louboutin shoes to pink cocktails to scary Santa Clauses. Jenni’s Cookies also creates customizable cookies for parties, weddings, or baby showers. The only problem with these cookies? Your guests might remember their sugar treat more than the occasion.

[$48.00 Jenni's Cookies]

A Ring That Won’t Leave Pinky Lonely

Unless you’re in the mafia, the pinky often gets left out when you accessorize. And you know what? It’s tired of being passed over just so your ring finger can wear some wedding ring, whatever, like that’s important. Now you can adorn both digits with this double ring by Slow and Steady Wins the Race. The simple silver design has interlocking settings, joining your two fingers together in holy fashimony.

[$115.00 Opening Ceremony]

Style Stealer: Sienna Miller’s Pastel Autumn Look

While everyone else was out shopping for brown, mustard, and green corduroys, Sienna Miller went for pastel pink. In this outfit she demonstrates how to mesh three seasons into one outfit. She took the color of the pants from spring, the knit sweater from autumn, and the peep-toe shoes from summer. It’s a look that’s perfect for this time of year, and we have the details on how you can get this outfit, too. Keep reading »

The Look Of Alexander McQueen For Cheap

This digital printed T-shirt by MNG by Mango is phenomenal for three reasons: It features a laser-cut yoke and appliqué, which are sexy in a nude color; the print is pretty and dark at the same time, with ultra-realistic birds, snakes, and butterflies; it is reminiscent of the late Alexander McQueen. We can picture this Tee being worn with a black tuxedo blazer, leather shorts, a pair of crochet stockings, and chunky platforms for a night out. Or switch the bottoms for a pair of dark skinny jeans and gold ballets and you are set for the work day. All in all: a great statement piece to wear anytime!

[$31.92 JCPenney]

Cheapskate: Leopard-Print Shoes, Boots, And Bags For Less

The above objects of desire — Christian Louboutin’s Big Lips Booty boots, Valentino’s Leopard Hair Calf Bow Tote, and Lanvin’s Leopard-Print Knee Boot — all cost way more than $1,000! And while leopard print continues to be a big trend, we can’t justify spending a month’s rent and food allowance on boots or a bag. Call us practical. So instead, we found other leopard-print shoes, boots, and bags that won’t break the budget because none cost more than $200. See what we found after the jump. Keep reading »

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