Rosy Red Carpet Treatment For Her

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It’s funny, when a new year begins and the holidays are over there is a huge sense of relief. Gone are the Christmas parties and excessive champagne cocktails. January comes along and sooner rather than later the cold gets to you. You need something to look forward to. Voila! February brings along a pretty perfect holiday, Valentine’s Day. Fortunately this day is not just meant for celebrating your significant other or partner. The pink and red hearts and little candy snacks are meant to celebrate all the people you love in your life. Whether it be a sister, mother or group of girlfriends, Valentine’s Day is about letting those special people know you appreciate them. So why not get them something they’ll love? Add a little gift to your card, like one of the many options above.
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Ladies – send this blog post along to that husband or boyfriend just in case he is stumped on the perfect Valentine’s gift for you!

Easily Suede by Cashmere?

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We love our cashmere sweaters so! The textile is so luxe, rich and warm. We want to share a very special tip with you. Your cashmere will last longer and look better if you hand wash it rather than bringing to the dry cleaner. Dry cleaning is great at the end of the season to get it ready for storage, but the harsh chemicals are not good for our precious cashmere pieces. Today we are bringing you a step by step tutorial on how to properly care for your cashmere. Enjoy!
Step One
Fill your sink with warm water and Woolite. Turn your sweater inside out and gently submerge it into the soapy water. If it is a dark colored sweater don’t be surprised if some color appears in the water.
*You can also use unscented detergent or baby shampoo.
Step Two
Allow sweater to soak for about five minutes.
Step Three
Drain the water while keeping the sweater in the sink. Then refill the sink with fresh water to remove the soap suds. Repeat as necessary. When the suds are gone drain the water from the sink.
Step Four
Squeeze the sweater gently from top to bottom to remove excess water.
Step Five
Place a clean towel on a flat surface. Lay the sweater on top of the towel and starting form the top rolling the garment into the towel.
Step Six
Unroll towel. Place the damp sweater on a mesh drying rack and allow to dry overnight.