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I wore this last weekend to head to one of my favorite stores, Mother Earth Gallery (it has autoplay music, beware).  I have a wide array of interests: fashion, Harry Potter and precious stones.  I don't know much about the latter, but I intend to do some studying on the subject to learn more about the stones and rocks I've collected through the years.  I have always been drawn to stones and gems, even when I was younger and the interest hasn't really faded. In fact, it has gotten worse. I spent faaaaaar too much money on the two pieces I bought on this trip, the same with our previous trip back in January.  I need to be very careful whenever I enter the store.

Sweater: Forever 21, Top: Ralph Lauren (Roundabout Resale), Jeans: Current/Elliott (The Outnet), Sandals: b.o.c. (Marshalls), Bag: Wink and Winn (giveaway), Necklace: Geoclassics, Bracelet: Crystal Vibrations Jewelry (use code BBarrow1002 for 10% off), Watch: Skagen (Rue La La), Rings: vintage, Brilliant Imports & Mom's

Below are some photos of what we (my sister, her boyfriend and I) bought and a behind the scenes shot of me taking the photos.   I bought the green malachite and the egg shaped septarian; cool, aren't they?! (The last photo also shows House of Harlow necklaces I won from South Moon Under.)
I wore this last week to go out to dinner with my best friends. I went for a pretty casual look since we were just going to be stuffing our faces.  But I did put on the awesome new House of Harlow necklace I picked up at the trunk show South Moon Under had last week! Isn't it cool?!  I also wore a super cool bag I won from Tiffany last month, it's a crossbody but you can take off each of the sections and use them as a clutch.

Tee: Everlane, Jeans: American Eagle, Wedges: Simply Vera Wang (Kohl's), Crossbody bag: Wink and Winn (giveaway), Necklace: House of Harlow 1960 "Multi Arrowhead Necklace" (South Moon Under Trunk Show), Rings: vintage, Brilliant Imports & Mom's

Since I had time to kill before going out, I tried out the Jane Iredale Starter Kit that Vogue sent me. It was really simple to use, especially with the cute instruction illustrations on the box.  I used Smooth Affair Facial Primer and Brightener first; it went on very smooth and not at all greasy. I followed that up with Amazing Base Loose Mineral Powder since I wanted it to be light (I don't normally wear foundation). It went on super easy and isn't heavy at all. Then I completed my regular makeup (eyeshadow, blush, mascara and lipstick) and finished up with the POMMISST Hydration Spray.  It gave a nice freshness to the end of my routine and I applied it a couple times during the night when I needed some hydration.

You might notice something else different about my makeup in the photos above - I did a red lip!!! I was brave and used Urban Decay's 24/7 Glide-On Lip Pencil (in 69) and Revolution Lipstick (in F-Bomb); also from Vogue. It was surprisingly easy to apply and looked great, I may try it again soon if I feel brave enough.

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