Archive for December, 2012

Date: Dec 19 2012

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She’s my favorite bra. I wear her nearly everyday. Because she’s perfectly comfortable and suitable to wear out running errands. She is Bali Intimate’s Comfort Revolution. And today we’re giving one away for you to try.

Bali just expanded their Comfort Revolution Line by adding another wirefree bra with more Smart Sizes and Cool Comfort Design that features breathable fabric to keep women cool and comfortable. They sent me one to try and, of course, I love it! And I really think you will too. 
Here’s how you enter to win the new Comfort Revolution bra:

Leave a comment telling us how awesome Bali is.
Want an extra chance?
Tell us which Bali bra you already own and why you love it.
That’s it. This giveaway will end Sunday night. Good luck!!
This post brought to you by Hanesbrands. All opinions expressed are, as always, my own.


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Date: Dec 18 2012

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Well if there is one thing I love to do, it’s dress up. And sparkles just add to the fun. 
What are you wearing for NYE?

Can I just add each and every single one of these items to my closet? Starting with that belt, the confetti sequin dress, and that slammin’ embellished black dress. Just to start, of course.


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Date: Dec 17 2012

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If you’re like me then maybe you, too, spent the weekend fighting the lump in your throat while attempting to enjoy the holiday season with your family and friends. The tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut on Friday morning is truly one of the most heart breaking ordeals that any family could go through. So senseless. So evil. I’ve just been staring at my children all weekend feeling beyond blessed and sad all at the same time. It is so scary to be a parent.

My Friday morning began with taking Lilly to get tubes in her ears. Poor girl just gets ear infection after ear infection. I saw the breaking news of the shooting on the TV in the waiting room. Of course information was very limited (and false!) at that time. Thankfully Lilly’s surgery went well and after an emotional and groggy hour in recovery we were able to hit the road and get her some ice cream for a job well done. You never would have even known she had surgery, so later that afternoon I headed out to Novel for their holiday party and start some Christmas shopping on King. Yes, I’m a late holiday shopper…

I caught up on the news of the shootings on my walk to the store and was just floored and horrified at what I was reading in my news feeds. When I got upstairs to Novel the girls gave me a present that Jane Pope had sent along for me. One of her MOMMY necklaces.

As you can imagine, this timely and very unexpected gift made for a little roller coaster of emotion. The gesture. The sentiment. I’ll cherish this necklace that so beautifully names my children forever and ever. Jane, you are incredible. Thank you. And how lucky and blessed I am to be their Momma. Thank you, God.
I think that’s all for today. Maybe I’ll be back this afternoon, if not then definitely tomorrow. 


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Date: Dec 14 2012

Filed Under: Fashion

Some might say, “Chassity, what do you know about craftin’?”.

Well, turns out at least a little something. Because our Anthropologie Craft Night turned out to be killer! We transformed that gloomy, rainy Wednesday into a sparkly fun downtown night (complete with some bomb rain boots worn by multiple gals). But I didn’t do it by myself. I had one of the coolest most creative crew of girls to work with – the Anthropologie girls!
(Bummer fuzzy picture of Sarah, Libby, Rachel, and Me)
And the most amazing group of peeps craftin’ up some stockings. Creative minds at work.
I’m Wearing:
Parker Sequin Dress (similar here and here), L.A.M.B Heels, Black Leggings

Such a great time. Thanks so much to everyone that came out!! What a blast we had. I have some super awesome readers that I want to hang out with every night. I want to give a little shout out to some local shops who helped me gather craft supplies – Mac & Murphy and Reed Brothers – you rock my world. Also a shout out to Sweet Emma Jean for the high quality felt we used. And most of all, thank you so much to Anthropologie – you will always be crazy cool to me.

Photos are a mix of my own and Margaret Crane of The Art Bus Project.


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Date: Dec 13 2012

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(Image via Matchbook Magazine, photography by Gately Williams)
Sally King Benedict needs no introduction. You’ve surely seen her here on my blog a dozen or so times, as well as in House Beautiful, Elle Decor, Coastal Living, Garden & Gun… the list goes on. And on and on. Her vibrant and much sought after artwork has turned Sally into America’s sweetheart lady love artist.
Well, today Sally is back with her 2nd ever exclusive LLL blog pop up sale. You’ve been dying to build your art collection – here’s your chance to own a gorgeous, original piece by a much coveted artist. You may be asking why is Sally offering these works at a price point so much lower than she garners? In Sally’s words…
“Just as a treat for art lovers this holiday season :)”
All of these small works are gouache, ink, oil pastel, charcoal, and colored pencil on paper. Each one is framed in a standing acrylic frame. $150 each. Shipping (UPS Ground) is an additional $10.

(In just 45 minutes – hot damn y’all are fast!)

Available Pieces:

“Face 1” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 2” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

 “Face 3” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD
 “Face 4” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD
“Face 5” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 6” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 7” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 8” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD
“Face 9” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 10” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 11” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 12” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 13” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Face 14” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 15” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 16” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 17” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 18” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Face 19” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

“Face 20” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Face 21” 8 x 10 SOLD
“Face 22” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Face 23” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Abstract 1” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Abstract 2” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Abstract 3” 8 x 10 SOLD

“Abstract 4” 8 1/2 x 11 SOLD

And just to give you an idea of how they look in their acrylic standing frame…

Here’s how you make your purchase:

Email me at with the exact name of the piece you would like to purchase. First come first serve. These are all originals so once a piece sells it’s gone (but oh so lucky for the new owner!). Payments by Paypal or check only and should be made out directly to Sally King Benedict (I’ll copy her in on my confirmation response to you so you can set up shipping and payment). Payment arrangements should be settled no later than Sunday, December 16th or Sally will re-list piece as available. Once payment is received your new paintings will ship on Monday, December 17th.
A big, huge thank you to you all and happy shopping!


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Date: Dec 12 2012

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Last week I had the super fun opportunity to get dressed up and go shopping all glitter girl style (remember that King Street shopping feature for Glitter Guide?). Freshfields Village, near Kiawah Island here in South Carolina, invited me out for a morning of holiday shopping with photographer Patrick O’Brien– and we had some fun experiencing all the local boutiques and restaurants they offer :)

Like I said, we had some fun. And I’ll admit, this next one is total total posed out.


Lest you forget it’s the holiday season…

 Love a pretty patterned umbrella. Isn’t there some superstition about opening umbrellas inside? Oops.

Hey look, bow ties! You know how I love them.
This was as close as I got to turning the camera around on our photographer Patrick.
Think Lilly will find these Toms under the Christmas tree? I think so…
Aaaaaaah! I love shopping here thiiiiiis much!

 Please, Santa?

Ohhh, this is pretty.

Found it!

Pretty rug please come home with me.

And a pit stop for a banana split please good looking gentleman? (He really works there, and sorry Ladies, he’s engaged.)

Such a fun time. If you’re in the Charleston area you should totally drive down to Freshfields Village for a visit. I can’t wait to bring back the family. Maybe for these?

I’m wearing:
Sequined Velvet Trouser (skinnier version here)
Cheetah Spot Shoe (similar)

All photography by Patrick O’Brien. This post is sponsored by Freshfields Village. All opinions, as you can tell, are mine :) 


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