Sunday Best

Lucite Shoes Tory Burch Cuff Nasty Gal CC Skye Cuff Candle

If I could think of one single style that I’m always instantly drawn to, it would be anything that emulated cleanliness and organization with a sleek design. This theme applies to basically everything in my house…white sheets, white furniture, glass tables, a Costco lifetime supply of Clorox bleach…you get the idea. This is also exactly why I’m loving lucite right now. Done right, it’s chic, it’s sexy, it’s “what you see is what you get,” it’s no-BS. It’s also surprisingly easy to keep clean, which makes my little OCD/ADHD heart happy.

1. It could be my obsession with Pretty Little Liars or the monogram trend, but I’m always on the hunt for more representative “A’s” for my home and office. These Tory Burch block letters are a great way to add a distinct touch to your space or gift to a friend.

Tory Burch “A”

2. Not your average lucite heel, these Sasha Pumps by Sensa are a modern twist to a classic look. The black leather and gold detailing take lucite to a luxe level.

Lucite Heel, Nasty Gal, Gold Lucite, Black and Gold Heels
Sasha Pump
3. Any accessory that can successfully bring a masculine touch to a feminine piece is a win in my book. Of course, Tory Burch scores another with this quintessential cuff in black lucite. 
Black Lucite, Tory Burch Logo Cuff
Tory Burch Lucite Cuff

4. I love this CC Skye clutch because it reminds me of a little piece of summer arm candy. The neon pink and orange panels offer an element of discreetness when you don’t need the contents of your purse on display to the world.

CC Skye Bright Love Clutch, Lucite Clutch, Neon Purse, Summer Purses
CC Skye Bright Love Lucite Clutch

5. About that “No-BS” design, this spiked lucite candle by Native Edge brings an ironically chic element to your space with a soft amber scent. After the candle burns down, the spiked box can then be repurposed in a multitude of ways.

Native Edge Spiked Lucite Candle, Lucite Candle, Amber Scent Candle
Native Edge Lucite Spike Candle

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