I am not selling you Perrier in these pictures. I am tricking you into thinking I am so that you subconsciously look at my accessories! I thought it would be fun to do some modeling with my new best friend, Grapefruit Perrier. The bottle is so pretty it was begging for a photo opp.
Seriously though, is that how advertising works? When someone is obviously trying to sell you something, it is off putting. So I wonder if they distract us with something so blatant we look the other way at the real thing they are trying to sell... like at the grocery store, the aisles are filled with sale signs and price reductions that are obviously gimmicky so you know you don't need the products. Yet when you get to the checkout you find all the most delectable and tempting creations sitting quietly, not asking for a dime. This, my friends, is where you splurge.
Speaking of grocery stores, I received a compliment on my new Joie perfume today in Whole Foods. That made me happy. It was from a man who
allegedly wanted to buy it for his mom. It is a sad day when you wear a new perfume and no one comments, no?
please excuse my chipped polish-
Essie nail polish in French affair
Jessica Elliott gold "spicy" necklace
Club Monaco top
Alexander Wang Rocco bag in black/rosegold
Marc Jacobs Katie small turnlock bracelet in rosegold
All the goodies!