The members-only site that sells ethical products at up to 70 percent off is currently featuring my fashion and beauty "Tastemaker Picks" and I curated my selection with affordable must-have items, from timeless non-toxic nail polish colors to classic and quirky scarves. The only catch is the sale ends tomorrow, so hop to it:
1. A Colorful, Quirky Scarf by Snoozer Loser
Despite the fact that I am biased as the face of Snoozer Loser scarves campaign, I truly am a fan of these stylish scarves. They're modern, classic, and with their quirky and playful prints, they embody Snoozer Loser as a brand and my friend, designer Sonia Tay, too. They're versatile and can be worn a number of ways as illustrated in Snoozer Loser's look book, which I styled using primarily vintage and second-hand clothing. View the entire look book, here. Snoozer Loser NY scarf, $30 on LovingEco.
2. Seasonless Nail Polish Hues by Priti NYC
As I told LovingEco, I'm pretty conservative when it comes to my nail hues; red and pale pink are a sure thing when it comes to getting the most out of my polish. Plus, they're classic shades, perfect for any season. And when it comes to mixing it up, I opt for subtle shades: Priti NYC 4-Pack, $18.95 on LovingEco.
3. Colorful Resolution Wrap Bracelets by Article 22
I love bracelets that you can wear endlessly without taking off, and even more so if they have sentimental value like these bracelets, which you attach a personal resolution to. Made from Vietnam War scrap metal and vintage string, they're a colorful accessory that can be worn no matter the time of year. Resolution Wrap Bracelets, $14 on LovingEco.
4. Classic Peace Bomb Bracelets
This trio of bracelets has a simple, yet chic design and they boast an amazing story to boot: each one has been made by Lao artisans from Vietnam War scrap metal. And while Article 22 has gone on to make a variety of accessories from this material, like the Resolution Wrap bracelets, above, these bracelets are in the original Peace Bomb bracelet design.
5. A Universalist 3-in-1 Cosmetic Stick by W3ll People
I was first introduced to W3LL People by natural makeup artist Jessa Blades--who gave me a gorgeous, green beauty makeover. She suggests using a Universalist 8 stick to mix your own lipstick. Universalist, $23.10 on LovingEco.
The Universalist 2 is ideal for highlighting and brightening up the eyes. I use Jane Iredale's Mystikol eyeliners--full disclosure: these were complimentary samples to try--daily and apply it to the inner corners of my eyes. Actually, this is a beauty tip from Summer Rayne Oakes. She once told me at an event--where she had to be camera ready, per usual--that she always uses an eyebrow pencil and a highlighter. Good tip.
If you want to score these accessories on discount, time is of the essence. The sale on these items ends tomorrow on LovingEco.