ugg boots size 6 uk End of summer might be approaching
I’ll keep it to myself. And silently present to ye all: Aimee Heckel’s Top Four Fashion Finds for Late Summer 2013. Gratuitous capitalization included for no extra charge.
1. in downtown Louisville. I’m a consignment store junkie, yes. But I’m also highly critical of used clothing stores because they’re either heaven’s harps or a total mess. Never in between.
I stumbled upon Switch Boutique by accident, after a particularly sweaty Velo Yoga (that’s a cycling yoga combo) class at nearby Sangha Studios left me in desperate need of a costume change before my next interview. I slimed into Switch Boutique and left just minutes later looking like a pulled together French army poodle. My blue and white striped dress with a lace bow back and olive green military influenced vest set me back just $20.
I might leave my change of clothing at home intentionally whenever I do yoga from now on.
I’m not sure I could make it through the rest of August without my Pumpkin Renew Cream, $25.89, a lightweight hydrating lotion packed with antioxidants (in pumpkin seed oil), peptides.
I’m also a sucker for the Apple Brightening Mist, $16.69, which is designed to hydrate, brighten and even out skin discoloration caused by sun exposure. I don’t know about all of that, but I do know it feels as if God is gleeking his holy saliva onto my face when I use it to cool down after a workout. Glory, glory.
3. Downtown Boulder’s Summer Sidewalk Sale,
winding down today in downtown Boulder (duh). Score killer deals from many of the shops downtown, such as:
Find $5 racks, as well as up to 75 percent off select pieces, at Retail Therapy.
Twenty percent off Kidrobot summer apparel.
Buy one sale item, get the second sale item half off at Pitaya.
At Savvy, get up to 40 percent off select sandals, Toms shoes and Ugg boots (I don’t condone these with short skirts in the summer, for the record).
Find jewelry marked down 60 percent at Art Soul Gallery.
The campaign is designed to inspire regular folk to do small acts of kindness. Get five free bangles and give them to five different people in your life who are doing something to make the world a better place, no matter how small. The bracelets come with a tag, “I got bangled,” and the recipients can then sign up online for their own kit of five bracelets to pay forward.