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If you neither washed nor wore your Shabby Apple clothing and the red thread trace is still intact, you can return it within 30 days of delivery for a refund in the form of original payment (minus original shipping costs). Returns are subject to the “Limits” listed below.EXCHANGES:
If you neither washed nor wore your Shabby Apple clothing and the red thread trace is still intact, you can exchange it within 30 days of delivery for another Shabby Apple product. When exchanging for a less expensive item, you will receive a partial refund; when exchanging for a more expensive item, you’ll receive a credit in the amount of the price of the originally purchased item and be charged for the difference. Exchanges are subject to the “Limitations” listed below.
When I started doing research for this post, I tried desperately to find photos of the Christmas ornaments I remembered from my childhood. The mid-1980's were rife with garish aluminum ornaments in a dizzying array of often-mismatched colours. While they certainly weren't beauties to behold, they did help to shape and define my memories of Christmas. And really, that is probably the best part of the holiday season for kids. We often don't remember the presents we received way back when, but the twinkly lights and decorations that our family had will stick with us. With that in mind, let's take a trip down memory lane with some vintage holiday decorations!
A Christmas tree made with Reynolds Aluminum. Is this where the aluminum ornament craze began? Do we have Reynolds to blame (or thank, depending on your outlook)?
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Over the last few weeks I’ve written a few posts on lipstick (here and here) but nothing makes your lip color pop quite like the perfect outfit. Our new line—Lipstick, an encore Holiday Collection—was designed to celebrate bright holiday hues, vintage fashions, and of course the bold women who wear them. These pungent pinks, saucy reds, and splashes of golden orange will give you every reason to wear lipstick this Christmas season and to feel fantastic about it. From gorgeous stretch taffetas to richly decorative brocades, these dresses make for the perfect holiday companion for every occasion. Our party dresses are both festive and sophisticated while our high-waisted skirts can go classy with a decorative blazer or casual with a cardigan. See for yourself!
Capulet Skirt, French Holiday Jacket, Sweet Dreams Necklace
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