This sweater dress is comfortable to wear. It’s worn off the shoulder. If I were to wear it higher, the seam under the collar would show. Keep in mind that it’s very short. Unless you’re into showing off your panties, I’d recommend it with skinny jeans or leggings.
This sling bag sports two compartments containing multiple pockets, including one pocket large enough for an eReader or small tablet. I like the adjustable strap and that bright liner that keeps my things from getting lost in a deep, dark abyss. The material is a little slick for my taste, as I prefer leather or canvas over nylon. It works for me overall, though.
Here’s a blouse to please them all. It’s not super thin like chiffon can be. I don’t have to worry about what I’m wearing underneath. Ideal as for work or play. The only drawback is it’s dry clean only.
There’s plenty of room for everything in this purse. Just unzip the ends. How clever! Only the outer PU leather shell expands. The inner nylon liner does not, but we can take it out if we need the extra space. Cool, huh?
These slippers are built for indoor/outdoor use, with a rubberized sole and a suede-like upper. That lining feels so warm, and the padding makes my feet sing. The only thing that distinguishes these slippers from something like, say Isotoner, is the seams. On the wrong side, they are not finished as well. On the right side, no one will be able to tell.
This is the biggest golf umbrella I’ve ever owned — the only one with a guard to protect the tips during storage. Speaking of storage, it comes with a sleeve we can sling over our backs like a sword. Pretty cool, eh? My only wish is it be automatic.