Rainbow hair may be all the rage but for those of us who prefer our locks a more natural color – we can wear our rainbows on our clothing or use them to brighten up our homes.
Check out my “Butterfly Paradise” collection on Zazzle and some hand-picked style inspiration from Shein and Lulus.
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Somedays Lovin’ Sunny May Ivory Floral Print Maxi Dress – $134
The sun has never shown brighter since the arrival of the Somedays Lovin’ Sunny May Ivory Floral Print Maxi Dress! Adjustable spaghetti straps top a woven triangle bodice with darting, and a red, orange, green, yellow, blue, and peach floral print. Pierce
Never Say Tie-Dye Blue Maxi Dress – $36
They say “”quit while you’re ahead”” but why stop now when you can take an even greater lead in the Never Say Tie-Dye Blue Maxi Dress! Blue, peach, pink, and ivory shape a tie-dye masterpiece down soft knit, from adjustable spaghetti straps to a maxi-leng
Mountain Lookout Pink Print Slip Dress – $49
There’s nothing better than a good view and the Mountain Lookout Pink Print Slip Dress! Adjustable T-strap back supports a triangle bodice with darting and a center box pleat. Satin fabric boasts a geometric print with shades of pink, blue, green, and pur
Still feeling “witchy”? Not only is this a great collection, but the designer gives us a wonderful bit of Halloween and Day of the Dead history
While many believe the Roman Catholic holidays “All Saints Day” & “All Souls Day” were the basis for “Halloween”, it was the other way around. Halloween began as a pagan tradition of Celtic Druids who worshipped evil spirits. However you feel about Devil Worship, the Druids apparently knew how to party & drew massive groups of followers. Worried about losing their flock, The Church created the above holidays to lure away the misguided revelers. Today The Church remains a living entity while the Druids have long ceased to exist, yet Halloween is more popular than ever! “El Dio de los Muertos” (Day of The Dead) is Mexico’s answer to all the above holidays as it celebrates the lives & spirits of the dearly departed w/ flair, merriment & sweet treats. The items in this collection are a small sample of the products & whimsical original designs of Leslie Sigal Javorek w/ Halloween & Day of the Dead themes (incl. skeletons, sugar skulls, jack o’lanterns, witches & bats)