December Favorites

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Wow, I can´t believe it is already January! It seems like just yesterday when we opened up Christmas presents under the tree, ate turkey and delicious little cookies… Well, a new month has begun, which means it is time to review my favorite products from December:

MiPow Power Tube

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If I had to pick one thing about my new iPhone 5s that really bothers me, I would say it is the battery capacity. It seems to me as if the phone is always on low battery! After doing some research, I found the Mipow Power Tube, a mobile charging device for any iPhone, iPad or iPod. The backup battery charges my iPhone 2.5 times while I am en route, it is lightweight and comes in many different colors (I just had to take the pink one). Here´s to never having to worry again about my phone´s battery life!

Cire Trudon Scented Candle

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Cire Trudon scented candle: This limited edition candle blends warm notes of Amber and Sandalwood with Musk, Tonka Beans and White Flowers and has a very intense smell to it. I absolutely love the beautiful design and how it matched my Christmas tree decoration.

Louboutin Dos Noeuds in Black

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The hunt for these beauties took me nearly a year, but now I am the proud owner of Louboutin´s Dos Noeuds in black! I had been looking for this specific pair everywhere, but not only is this model very rare, so is my shoe size (40.5)! In the end, I was lucky to find the shoes on Vestiaire Collective, and after owning the nude version as well, I would say that my Louboutin collection is nearly complete (“nearly” because you never know what Monsieur Louboutin might come up with).

Guerlain La Petite Robe Noire

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Guerlain´s “La Petite Robe Noire” smells so fruity and sweet that it reminds me of Parisien nights and french macarons…

Handmade Flower Paperweight

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To me, this little paperweight that we bought on our trip to London looks like a little piece of art, and I find myself starring at it while in front of my PC. How did they manage to get the blowball into the glass without causing any damage to it?