Wednesday, May 19, 2010

{Lovin' Lulu Frost}

Plain and simple - LOVE! Being such a huge fan of vintage, bold, chunky necklaces, I was instantly drawn to Lulu Frost's jewelry.

As written in NY Mag, Lulu Frost jewelry designer Lisa Salzer knows how to appeal to both the high-fashion and mass-market crowds. Last winter she launched a collection for Urban Outfitters and garnished models on the Wren catwalk, and her Plaza Hotel letter necklaces are currently on display in DKNY's twentieth-anniversary ad campaign. Her new line of accessories for Ann Taylor Loft (Lisa for Loft) benefits breast-cancer research. We caught up with the Long Island native to talk about recession dressing, flea-market hunting, and shopping splurges. Click here to read the full interview, and check out some of my fave pieces below:




Simple perfection - so lovely, so my style!
{Arizona update - for those that are interested}
Yesterday was a really long day - but the most important and productive for our sales reps. After a session-filled day, we had dinner at our hotel with our clients at Roy's. I got the short ribs and OMG were they delish. We had a blast - let me just say my cheeks and stomach hurt from laughing so much - crazy, crazy peeps for sure. After dinner we sat around the outdoor fire pit (shown below) until my eyes couldn't stay open any longer - then I crashed.
fire pit

Today we have meetings until 1:00 and then I'm off to the spa for the rest of the day. Sooooooo looking forward to that - every rub and every polished nail is way overdue.

Lovin life - have a great day all!!!!
Final Signature


  1. Wow those are fabulous pieces of jewelry. I love how there is no shortage of bling! Who doesn't love glitz, tell me!
    Lila Ferraro
    Queen Bedroom Sets

  2. I would like one of everything... Amazing pieces of jewelry in those collections.


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