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I just went shopping at the mall yesterday [for myself]. I haven’t done that in a long time. I’m always drawn to the children’s departments and never buy anything for myself. My husband insisted that I do something for myself so I went and looked around. Maybe I’ll even try a me time evening getaway sometime too. Maybe.
I couldn’t help but notice some of the trends that were apparently going on in fashion. It seemed like every where I turned around a crop top was in my face. I couldn’t believe it. I have never seen so many crops in my life. I wouldn’t wear them as a teenager and I certainly wouldn’t wear them now. Stripes and lace also seem to be popular.
Penny Auctions Canada also just sent me another popular trend – bracelets with several leather strands adorned by silver alloy charms. The back of the bracelet has a lobster claw clasp and a back chain allowing easy adjustability. The strands of leather, suede, and/or wax linen cord are fastened together by two steel clamps insuring the sturdiness of this bracelet.
The Leather Charm Bracelet I received adorned the infinity symbol and the tree of life. I hope it’s a good sign! These bracelets were sent at random and this is what I got.
Overall, I really like the bracelet. It’s cute and simple and yet has meaning behind it with the charms. Love it!
Love deals? Penny Auctions Canada wanted me to let you know that along side of their thriving penny auctions that they now also have daily deal auctions. These auctions will help you find the products you love most for less. Sounds like a go to place for deals.
What fashion trends have you been noticing lately?
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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.