Dec 21, 2012


1. Glitter iPhone case at J.Crew, $14.99
2. Lancôme Les Paillettes Aux Yeux eye glitter at Bergdorf Goodman, $20
3. Glitter bangle at Ann Taylor, $38
4. Deborah Lippmann nail lacquer at Nordstrom, $18
5. Eugenia Kim Chiara glitter-flecked jersey turban headband at NET-A-PORTER, $90
6. Glitter pots in peacock by Louise Gray at Topshop, $16
7. Corinne sandals at Kate Spade, $164
8. Chelsea glitter ballet flats at Tory Burch, $195
9. Glitter bow belt at Kate Spade, $68
10. Glitter eyeliner and mascara at Sephora, $13
11. Candy satchel at Furla, $228


  1. No offense meant, but some of these items hardly qualify as "frugal" (i.e. $200 TB flats, $230 Furla handbag are 2 obvious examples). I suppose if you're some wealthy Manhattanite, then yeah, that'd be "frugal". *SCOFF*

    1. No offense taken! I totally understand where you're coming from. Let me explain why I sometimes add items that might not be "perceived" as frugal. It has to do with relativity. For example, if I were to have done a FFF on python (which are very expensive) $200 python skin flats would be "frugal" because python flats usually are priced $500+. I could find python PRINT flats for $50 from a no-name brand but the quality will not stand up to the test of time and therefore you'll be throwing your money out within a month of use. So, this is why you will see from time to time items that are $100+ on FFF. I hope you understand. Thank you for your comment! :)


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