Monday, November 1, 2010

Exclusively In



Sites like Exclusively.In are the ones that make me want to marry rich. It may be an members-only deals site with what seems to be the exactly design of Gilt Group, but it's definitely on the pricey side. Not that I resent this at all; the intricate imported clothing, jewelry, and accessories look like they should be expensive. How else could this kind of workmanship exist? I say this having no idea what the workmanship actually is, given that I cannot afford to check this out for you, but it seems like it would be excellent, doesn't it? Everything's so gorgeous!

No, I don't resent the prices of Exclusively.In at all. Not when a scroll through the site makes me coo over everything, sit back happily, and consider an excursion to New Delhi or the textiles section at the MFA. I'm guessing a trip to the MFA is more likely in my immediate future, but you never know. A girl can dream...

8 comments:

aboutthatlena said...

So I'd leave this comment on the pixie page, but you've got enough of those already. Not only am I getting a pixie tomorrow afternoon (after five years of wanting one but never having the courage), I am getting that coveted cut.

But at the same time, flipping through the rest of the blog, I've also fallen head over heels with it (Getting ankle boots as well . . sort of a big deal for someone whose idea of fashion is generic flats). Consider this place bookmarked!

Kori said...

aboutthatlena - That's wonderful! Please do let me know how it comes out! And thanks so much for your kind words!

Dahl said...

I know exactly how you feel--sometimes I wish I were loaded simply to enjoy all the exquisite, one of a kind, couture clothes! The craftsmanship makes the price worth it, although I certainly don't have that kind of dough...anyway, I love the MFA textile room! Have you seen the Arnold Scaasi couture exhibit?? How cool to meet a fellow boston fashion blogger! I'm a new follower :) http://thearcenciel.blogspot.com/

Kori said...

Dahl - I haven't seen the Arnold Scaasi exhibit, not have I been to the textile room for a long time, but I am definitely planning a visit soon. I got a behind-the-scenes peek at the couture they were storing there once, and it was pretty magical. It's fun for me to meet another Boston fashion blogger as well! Do you know about the Facebook group for Boston Fashion Bloggers? We have some fun events - you should join! Then maybe I wouldn't be the only one there who isn't an adult! http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=142576622435751

Jewellers Ireland said...

I agree, time and place for beautiful jewelry. Its a pity to see fake jewelry becoming more popular and a loss of respect for the original.

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Aaron said...

aside from the price tag i love the items there. a