1 Day Left for FabFitFun Winter 2017 Box Add-Ons + Selections!
Reminder – November 15th is the last day to add any Add-Ons to your Winter 2017 FabFitFun box, pick your choice items, and if you are an annual subscriber, to pick your select variations!
If you haven’t signed up yet, use coupon code MSA10 to save $10 off your first box!
If you are an annual subscriber, you can pick your color choice for the following items:
8 Other Reasons 9 Lives Choker – Retail Value $58
BB Dakota Poncho – Retail Value $70
Doucce Cosmetics Freematic Face Palette – Value $70
And EVERYONE can pick their choice of these items:
Grace & Stella Anti-Wrinkle Energizing Eye Masks – (Set of 8) Value $16
FabFitFun TV Fitness Ball with Jillian Michales Videos – Value $16
This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray – Value $29
Which items are you picking?
Here’s a closer look at each selection item:
8 Other Reasons 9 Lives Choker in Rose Gold – Retail Value $58
This item is available in Rose Gold or Silver
Here it is at the longest length:
And here it is at the shortest length:
Here is the silver necklace option from the booklet:
Doucce Cosmetics Freematic Face Palette in Smokey or Nude – Value $70
This palette is available in two different shades and includes a highlighter and 8 eyeshadows.
These palettes are magnetic so you can swap out any of the pans:
This palette includes 5 shimmer eyeshadows, 3 mattes, and a highlighter. Here they are swatched:
(Highlighter on top.)
And here is the other color option:
Both palettes have the same champagne-colored highlighter.
This set has four shimmers (the top row), and four mattes.
Here is everything swatched (highlighter on the top):
The pigment is good throughout on both these eyeshadows, they were easy to blend, and I had minimal fallout!
Here it is in hand to give you a better sense of scale:
BB Dakota Poncho – $70 Value
This poncho is open in the front and available in three different colors.
Here are the care instructions: Machine wash cold, no tumble dry, ironing OK on delicate setting, dry cleaning OK.
(The fabric is 65% acrylic, 35% polyester.)
It features a blanket stitch edge and just like a blanket, it’s super soft and cozy!
Here are the other colorways:
I chose to pair this drape-y poncho in the burgundy, navy, and grey color palette with an otherwise all black look. Being at the end of my pregnancy, black has been my best friend. I love that this poncho’s hues are subtle, and it adds just enough of a fall feel to my basic tank and black jeans. It’s also super soft and cozy (a definite plus, but I did notice some stray fuzz). This is the kind of versatile layered look that I can see myself wearing all fall in different variations — switch out the tank for a staple white tee or opt for distressed denim instead.
I believe ponchos are one of the most versatile pieces for fall and winter—the styling possibilities are endless. I’m a lso a big fan of blending base tones, so I layered this shades-of-grey poncho over a heather grey tee , my go-to brown belt and booties, and some pop-of-color jeans. Different tints and textures break up the monotone look so that my mostly-grey outfit is casual and suitable for everyday wear.
A few more modeling pictures:
And here is the black poncho reversed:
Here’s a better idea of the size of the poncho:
(And you can see the little tag on the reverse side.) For reference, I’m 5’7″.
And it works as a super cozy scarf, too!
Here are some pictures of Nicole modeling the poncho: