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Hurry Hurry..Reserve your Hamptons Gift Bag for Memorial Day Weekend……Madison & Mulholland celebrates 13th year of gifting in the Hamptons.
Beginning Friday May 23, 2014 Madison & Mulholland celebrates13 years as the Official gift bag in the trendy Hamptons.
Hampton Gift Bags are once again the hottest trendy “must haves”. Inside the gift bag we offer the summer’s best-selling beach reads, samplings and gift certificates. PLUS a limited number of bags will be receiving our new high-tech sunglasses (polarized sunglasses allowing you to see your digital screens (iPad, tablets, etc) outdoors. The gift bag’s value $500+ .
The gift bag can be reserved at HamptonGiftBag.com and can be picked up at specific locations in the Hamptons (Quogue, Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor and Southampton).
Hampton Gift Bags are packed by clients at ARI of Connecticut, Inc.; Enriching the lives of people with disabilities and their families by enabling them to achieve their fullest potential at home, at work and in the community.
This summer’s Best-Sellers!A Hundred Summers Psychos: A White Girls Problems Book The Time Between The Traitor’s Wife. What Alice Forgot Whistling Past the Graveyard
Eslor – The Art of Beauty (elsor.com) Active Night Cream:This intensive, exclusive formula night cream helps preserve the skin’s suppleness and firmness, while preventing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The results are a fresh, youthful-looking glow and rested appearance to your skin. Chlorophyll Lifting Mask:Skin tightening mask. The dried film of natural milk proteins, plant extracts, seaweed extracts, and minerals tighten the skin, help enhance blood circulation, and help diminish fine lines.
Zestra.com: Recommended by doctors, Zestra® is a safe, natural, easy-to-apply blend of botanical oils and extracts that works by heightening a woman’s sensitivity to touch. So you feel more during sex. Experience the Zestra Rush™ within minutes the first time — and every time — you use it.
Madison & Mulholland PT2 High-Tech Sunglasses: with new patented lenses that allow you to see your “digital toys” outdoors! – Limited Qty of sunglasses will be gifted. Value $150)
Southampton Inn, 91 Hills St Southampton NY: Enjoy $10 off Breakfast (Valid until 6/30/2014, Spend $20 and get $10 off…more details on gift certificate).
Got lots of aches & pains? http://www.ucc-ny.com/ I highly recommend Dr. George Gertner after one visit my age-old sciatica is GONE! Experience a $300 consultation, exam and Xrays for only $27.Dr Gertner is a “NUCCA” certified practitioner & chiropractor.
Dr. Gail Lauro, weight loss coach for Ideal Protein. $100 off consultation Valid in Manhattan and Westchester.
FabEmergency Kit complete with double stick tape, black safety pins and instructions on how to use everything to avoid a fashion emergency during your FabWeekend in the Hamptons. PLUS: 1 free hour ($175 value) of HamptonsFab personal wardrobe styling services. Contact info: carmenadriana@FabInjection.com, 646-483-3354, info@FabInjection.com
Gift Bag is FREE but there is a $4.99 s/h cost, $21 if you want it mailed to you. Pickup locations are Quogue, Sag Harbor & Bridgehampton.
Want a gift bag? All you have to do is make a reservation at HamptonGiftBag.com
There is still time to get your products in the most sort after gift bag in the Hamptons..
The Gift Bags are given out the following Date…Dates & Deadlines
Memorial Day (Deadline:5/16)
July 4th (Deadline: 6/27)
July 26 (Deadline 7/12)
Aug 16 (Deadline: 8/ 8)
Labor Day (Deadline: 8/20)
Spring is finally here, the days are longer, the weather is warmer and you no longer need to wear those bulky, unflattering winter coats. Whenever a season changes over, many people struggle with how to incorporate new things into their wardrobes. Maybe we’re struggling with those pounds we packed on this winter or we just need an update to our wardrobe. Whatever the case, it is definitely time for a spring closet makeover.
Makeovers are not done to replace an entire wardrobe, but just to revise or change things so that all the pieces in a closet is current, flattering and fits well and polished.
This spring is all about a pop of color. Women will want to add a few colorful pieces whether a blazer jacket, cardigan sweater or a scarf. Many women may want to try the new spring trend piece, the midi skirt which falls at mid-calf and looks great with a colored button-down blouse. Try one in silk! Stripes also command attention and can be paired with a business professional neutral such as navy, brown or black to look professional, but still classy.
The key here is to wear one bright color and pair it with a neutral. There is really no style that will flatter everyone, so you will need to try on many things to see what looks best on your body type. A drapey fabric or pencil version skirt looks great on most women.
Spring Trends For Men
Men can follow the same advice with their closet makeup. There’s no need to look any further then a bright color, whether a tie or a button-down shirt. The same pop of color applies to them. They can even wear a colored pocket square. Royal blue, red, turquoise or pink all look great under a blazer coat or peeking out of a suit pocket. Narrow ties are in and follow the same pattern rules then wider, more conservative ones. The skinny tie looks newer, more modern and brings attention to the man’s outfit without trying too hard. A man can also choose a more slim-cut suit or a plaid sports jacket to update his spring wardrobe for the office.
Try Something Different
Dare to be different? Women can try a new jumpsuit that elongates the body and can be accessories for a variety of events. For men, try a double-breasted blazer coat that can be worn casual on Fridays. Opt for a unique color that can be worn with no tie and just casual pants.
No matter what you choose to update your wardrobe this spring, always make sure that these pieces fit the body well, the pants hit the floor, the sleeves hit the wrist and all buttons or zippers don’t gap or bunch. It’s important to understand that looking great means wearing clothes that fit well.
Purge Old Outdated Things
Overall a closet makeover would never be complete without eliminating things that are no longer relevant, no longer fit or just look old. For women, get rid of oversize jackets, platform shoes and wide bootleg pants that look unprofessional. Men can get rid of pleated pants (slim and fitted is the new trend in the business world) as well as any three-button suit jackets.
ImageDesign LLC. owner Sharon Kornstein is a certified image consultant, offering wardrobe organizing and etiquette training services. She specializes in wardrobe consulting in New Jersey. Her expertise gives her clientele a leading edge on how to conduct themselves and dress in the workplace.
13 Ways to Feel Like Halle Berry in Your Swimsuit…I annoyingly tell anyone who will listen that I grew up in Florida on the bath warm Gulf of Mexico. It was a very special childhood—the first thing you learn is how to run away from an alligator (zig zag and then up at tree as soon as you can). The next thing you learn is that things ripen faster in the heat. I’m talking about fruit and people.
At 14, my friends and I were regularly getting hit on by dudes with mustaches and real ID’s. This usually happened at the beach far away from our parents. We still laugh about the Wile E Coyote dust clouds that appeared when we finally revealed we were in the 9th grade. Aside from our very mature figures, part of the misconception was that our swimsuits were quite small. It’s a Florida thing. I had to constantly compromise with my mother in this department. Full coverage was the F word in swimwear but there was no way she was letting me go anywhere in anything smaller.
I went to St. Tropez as a recent college grad and reveled in the freedom of topless sunbathing. I also tried a thong for the first time. There was a lot of jiggling. And digging. When I came back to New York the law had just been passed that women could go topless since men could do it. Woohoo! For some reason I thought that New York women were just waiting for the moment they could rip off their tops and frolick in the ocean. Not so. I did it once on Long Beach and still bear the scars from everyone’s eye daggers.
A few years ago I went on a magical mermaid vacation to eastern Brazil with 2 of my best friends. There were a lot of butts. If your swimsuit wasn’t a thong you could jam the bottom up until both cheeks were on full display. We called it the ass crammer. I never saw one of those brasileiras dig it out. The suits were also kind of confusing—one of my friends realized a week in that she had been wearing the thing backwards the entire time. We were there for 2 weeks but I never worked up the nerve to go full ass crammer. I’m more a fan of top butt cleavage like the Coppertone girl. But in Brazil the locals thought is was too much. I received many friendly warnings that my boomboom was showing. Seriously?
When I visited the Hamptons for the first time I couldn’t believe how big and conservative the swim wear was. Brown? Paisley? One piece? Whaaatttt??? We are at the beach right? I had visions of another Miami, just further north. HUGE culture shock. I’m a believer in being appropriate to your surroundings but also not being afraid to express yourself. Finding that balance has been a fun challenge. These days there are a lot more Europeans on our beaches so my tiny bikinis don’t garner as much attention.
Because of these experiences I consider myself somewhat of an expert in swimwear. I know a lot of people, especially if you live outside of Florida, have anxiety when it comes to swim suits. I think it has to do with body image and also worrying about what other people think. Whatevs—someone is always going to think something you don’t want them to. Truly that is their problem. This is the perfect time to really celebrate your body. Whatever the shape.
Finding the perfect swimsuit is like solving a physics equation—you have to take in to account mass, volume, velocity and gravity. The answer to this equation is not how your suit makes you look but how it makes you feel. I think it should be something link Divine GoddessMermaidHalle BerryBondGirl. Below are some of my guidelines to help you get that feeling when you are on the beach.
12. Retro Coney Island Beauty Queen or the Marilyn Monroe. I love a pin up girl but I’m on the fence for the beach. Think of the tan lines! If you don’t have enough curves to fill it out it just looks like a saggy diaper. It works spectacularly on plus size women, tattooed Betty’s, and ladies old enough to have worn it the first time around. If you are not one of those, skip it and go with something more modern
13. Tankinis.I get te idea of these but have yet to see one that that makes me think Goddess, mermaid or Halle. They can look sloppy real quick.
I hope this helps when you are out swimsuit shopping this season! Below are some of my favorite resources. Have a question or something to say? Put it in the comments below or post to our Facebook Page!
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Bridgehampton, NY: What is new on Main Street Bridgehampton in 2014…. New Businesses come to Main Street in Bridgehampton 2014…Last week I heard that 2 new businesses were opening on Main Street in Bridgehampton, so I drove by to check them out. I thought I had heard wrong on the name BLOW..and I had to see what this was all about. I was told that dry blow bars are trending in NYC and there was a demand for it in the Hamptons. I believe they will do well, the price point is sweet. Next door to Blow is Chase Edwards, a beautiful Fine Art Gallery I stopped in to speak to Gallery owner Bonnie Edwards and her energy was exciting. She made me feel welcomed and I knew that if I felt this way others would feel her electrifying energy and tell their friends about her.
Blow Dry Bar is trending around the country and now Dry Blow Bar comes to the Hamptons..Opening April 16th at 2462 Main Street, Bridgehampton is “BLOW Hampton“ owner Lila Beudert says that this is trending in NYC and she wanted to bring it to the Hamptons at affordable rates most can afford. You do not need an appointment to come because you can be in and out in 30 minutes-1 hour tops. Lila says Hair is Hair and it does not matter what texture your hair is, Straight, Curly, Kinky…Stop by for the Perfect Blowout…
Most regular Blow-out are $40, kids 12 and under $25, The up Do $65+ …….The blow-outs are fashioned after Celebrity looks …
2462 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 631-537-8000The Jen: the signature blowout..Volume, Classic Style The Anna: straight edge with a little body The Gwyneth: Polished, smooth and sleek The Blake: Beach girl? The Kate: Volume with loose curls…
FREE Wifi, coffee, tea, champagne will be offered along with great conversation in an energetic atmosphere. Would you pay $40 for a Blowout? Other services are offered like flat-iron or curling iron to any blowout for an additional cost…Personal in-home visits and packages are available.. Pictures to follow this week…
Chase Edwards…F i n e A r t
A prominent Long Island-raised gallery owner is returning to her roots in the Hamlet of Bridgehampton, New York, under the name Chase Edwards Fine Art Galleries. Bonnie Elizabeth Edwards has returned to the area after a successful west coast career including galleries in Laguna Beach, CA, Palm Desert, CA, Maui HI, Nantucket MA., Sante Fe, NM., and Oyster Bay, NY. Bonnie’s clients include luminaries in the art, entertainment and business world. From paintings to sculptures to functional pieces, and photography, the gallery will present works of established and emerging new talents in the world of contemporary art. According to Bonnie, Bridgehampton is ideal for galleries. “The historic charm surrounded by the immense natural beauty of the ocean and the bay, easily accessible to a large advanced art community base, is an attractive environment for galleries.” The store hours will be 11am-7pm daily. Evening hours for strollers and events are in the works for the busy season.
2463 Main Street, Bridgehampton, located next door to Blow Hamptons…I have been told that you will see some of Chase Edwards art pieces in Blow Hamptons as well.
Bonnie says “I am very excited about this new journey and committed to presenting pieces that are powerful, passionate and uplifting. I am also determined to attract more galleries and artists to the area, making it a thriving destination for art in the community and the surrounding areas.” We wish you success in your new place Bonnie.