Sunday, May 24, 2015

Memorial Day Weekend With Elaine Turner & Hard Candy

Words to live by for this holiday weekend!

It's halfway through Memorial Day weekend 2015, but if you're like me the party's just getting started.....My holiday weekend isn't actually starting until tonight and I'm excited to enjoy the summery weather we're supposed to get tomorrow.  Fingers crossed for sunny skies and no rain.

Either way I've got two fun accessories to share that are perfect for the start of summer: the first is the Savannah flip flop from Elaine Turner.  As part of the goody bag at a recent charity luncheon for the TJ Martell Foundation, where Elaine Turner was honored, there was a coupon for a free pair of these, which was very generous.  I love flip flops and live in them during the summer so had to go get my pair.  They come in three pretty colors plus chic black and have a gold medallion with a crown (Elaine Turner's symbol) on them as a decoration.  I absolutely love that the foot bed is wrapped in sealed plastic so you don't have to worry about other people's feet walking around in your flip flops, but you can still try them on before buying them.  I'm not taking the plastic off until I wear them, but I can already feel that the gel sole is nice and comfy.  I think the black is great for walking around the City, but I chose the raspberry because it's such a pretty color.

A color for everyone

Sealed in plastic to keep them clean

They look good with my pink pedi

Stopping traffic already and I haven't even left the house

They come in this nice box

And, if you need new shades this weekend, Hard Candy is now making eye wear.  They sent me two pairs to take a look at and they're pretty stylish.  I'm not sure which I like better, but I think they're both cool.

City slicker

These would be perfect in a convertible with the top down

And, some of the pairs have colorful candy colors inside for a bit of fun....

Hard Candy colors

I hope you're all enjoying a relaxing, fun filled holiday weekend and don't forget to take a moment to remember the people who died serving our country in the armed forces, which is the true purpose of Memorial Day.

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