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You need some impressive, rugged shoes to explore the Grand Canyon State, Arizona. We’ll show you what shoes to don while prancing among the Saguaro cacti or ambling about Sedona. Also known as the copper state, the amount of copper on the roof of the Capitol building is equivalent to 4,800,000 pennies. We promise, though, that you won’t be spending so many pennies on our shoes. The state colors of Arizona are federal blue and old gold and it seems that Boston Proper has the perfect shoe for the proud ladies of Arizona. The Jeweled Ivanka Trump wedge glitters in the state’s proud colors.Read Now »
The other day, strolling through the aisles of the local grocery store, I encountered a young couple engaged in a serious discussion over what type of mustard to purchase. There were over nine varieties of this yellow condiment available on the shelves and they could not seem to agree on what would be the best option. It got my mind working about the numerous items we take for granted in our daily lives, such as: 1. Radio Shows
No, we don’t take radio for granted, but the plethora of radio shows available to us as we begin our commute every day is astounding.
If the shoe fits….well, sometimes the shoes don’t fit and the department store doesn’t have your size. If you have petite feet or are statuesque lady, you know the frustration of journeying all the way to the department store to discover they don’t have your size 5 or size 12 shoes. Instead of jaunting off to the department store next time you need shoes, click on our codes and shop online. The women’s Ansley Slipper by UGG comes in a brilliant cactus flower hue. Never sacrifice on comfort again by squeezing your foot into the not-so-right-size shoe.Read Now »
As children, our lives were filled with play and a lust for life. As we “matured,” we took on loads of responsibilities and some of that joy faded and became elusive. But the enthusiasm we all felt can be recaptured….it’s time to rediscover those emotions of bliss and get happy again!
Your Happiness = Good Health
Did you know that happiness is especially good for your health?
In fact, research clearly demonstrates that happiness may defend protect us against the invasion of nasty germs and becoming sick.
In our society of hype and paparazzi, there are still a collection of individuals who prefer to quietly reach their goals and achievements with little fanfare or attention. This makes them no less of a success than those who crave and shine in the spotlight. It is just their preference to accomplish their dreams without being noticed by a crowd. For example: 1. In the Courtroom
Certainly, our present-day culture with 24/7 media access has developed an unnatural desire to be part of sensational court cases.
Happy Birthday, Cancer the Crab. Cancers are the mothers and homemakers and domestic divas of the zodiac. Like their crabby totem, they have a dense shell and are sometimes indirect, but fiercely defend their ideas once they’ve latched on to something (and many times, someone). For our Cancers, we’ve got some birthday shoes. Nothing says homey yet sexy like the crocheted Peep Toe Wedge by Boston Proper. You’ll be flitting around the kitchen like a domestic diva in these comfortable, flirty shoes. Use our codes to get 10% off your order when you sign up for emails from Boston Proper.Read Now »
June 22 is Global Smurfs Day. If you’re a child of the 80s, you may know about the Smurfs or enjoyed the recent reboot. The history of Smurfdom actually pre-dates the 80s, so in honor of all things Smurf, we have some Smurf-inspired footwear. In fact, your grandparents may have been a fan of the smurfs before you, especially if you’re Belgian. Belgian cartoonist Peyo created them way back in 1958. For our would-be Smurfettes, Boston Proper has all you need to be fashionable. We recommend the Jeweled Casual Sandal, with its rich blues and studded with gems. You’ll be a very cute gnome prancing around in these sandals.Read Now »
If you want a scenic escape and are bored with the great American road trip, June 5 is Hot Air Balloon Day. Whether you want to circumnavigate the globe or just cruise over a vineyard, we’ve got the scoop on the world of ballooning. The Telluride Balloon Festival in Colorado is coming up. For over 30 years, the skies of Telluride have been dotted with colorful hot air balloons. Weather permitting, over a dozen hot air balloons launch from Town Park on the east end of town and sail down the valley landing about one mile out of town.Read Now »
Father’s Day is just around the corner and if you haven’t gotten a gift for Dad, then you’ve got get your engines running and move fast. Nix the ties, the golf clubs and the coffee mug. Hop online and get dad the auto supplies he’s been looking for. If you dad loves cars and is an avid outdoorsman, we have the gift for you. Make camping and road trips a breeze with the new Smittybilt fridge/freezer from 4 Wheel Drive. With a 52 quart capacity and an AC/DC power connection, dad will think this fridge/freezer combo is pretty cool.Read Now »
Prior to escaping on that well-deserved vacation this summer, it might be wise to focus on what you’re are stuffing into that large hard-shell luggage you just purchased. In order to prepare you for your fun in the sun or overseas expedition or wild adventure, here are the precious objects to hold onto tightly. The list of the most common things people loose on vacation includes: 1. Camera
It’s not difficult to lose track of your camera while you frolic and play all day and night. In fact, this is the number one item people lose.