Friday Fashion News – Edition #8 (Plus a San Antonio Giveaway)

The week went really fast…cannot believe it is Friday…but here we are!  The beautiful studs above were sent to me from, a jewelry website. The have an amazing selection of gorgeous designer inspired jewelry…you will spend a lot of time looking over all they offer! And I love the earrings sent to me!

Next up, actress Eva Mendes, now has her own line sold at New York and Company!

I particularly liked the camel coat and jacket in her collection.

Lot’s of emotion for me Friday night as Stacy and Clinton officially end What Not to Wear.  Ten years ago, they were the ones who oversaw my makeover and taught me how to dress and return to life again.  I will always be eternally grateful, though we have never met.  Yes, I was the frumpy woman in the Christmas sweater who had given up and did not care.  When I saw myself on their show (not really, but close enough)it was a major wake up call. They helped me to realize what a psychological statement our choice of clothing makes.  Thank you Stacy and Clinton for all of the women you have helped in the last ten years. 
Here’s a SNEEK PEAK!!

San Antonio, this last announcement is for you!!  After I give you important information…you will have a chance to win a $25 gift card for Goodwill!!  Here’s the info:

WHO:              Families and children
WHAT:            DIY Halloween Workshops, ghost stories and zombies
October 19
Miss Nikki the Literature Lady & Readmore Books will read Halloween stories
Face Painting for kids
Zombie makeup & costumes by Martin Cuellar of Zombie Con
October 26
The Thrifty Diva with Halloween Tips and Tricks to Extraordinary Costumes at Goodwill
Miss Nikki the Literature Lady & Readmore Books will read Halloween stories
Face Painting for kids
WHEN:                    Saturday, October 19 and 26
1 p.m.
WHERE:          October 19Goodwill off De Zavala at Interstate 10
                        October 26: Goodwill off Bitters at US 281          
VISUALS:         Zombies, Halloween tips, ghost stories, dogs and kids
WHY: Goodwill has a great assortment of ready-made Halloween costumes or racks and racks of clothes and accessories to put your imagination to work.  Look to Goodwill to dress up your house and yard as well. You can get everything to make your Halloween complete except the screams; that’s up to you. According to the National Retail Federation, shoppers spent an average of $27.85 on each costume last year, whether buying or making them.
Visit Goodwill’s deadly cool website for more information and great tips on costume ides, contests and frightening fun for the whole family.
Now, go visit  SHOP-O-SCREAM and register there to win a $250 gift card…return here…tell me you registered and I will put your name in for the $25 card…make sure you leave an email address!!
Goodwill is the best place for Halloween costume ideas.

Happy Friday, everyone!!


  1. Hi Pam! The week has flown-I agree. Your new earrings are gorgeous. Eva Mendes is lovely and I followed that launch of her clothing on NY and Comp. That pretty coral dress sold out in minutes. I like the camel coat too.
    Have a wonderful weekend my friend!
    xx, Heather

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