Tell-All Thursdays: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Superstitious or not, almost every bride feels the need to follow the tradition of wearing or carrying something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue on her wedding day. But if you don’t have a pair of your grandmother’s pearls to borrow or your mom’s blue-laced handkerchief to carry, then what do you do?

Well, I can answer that! There is this fabulous website – Bag, Borrow, Or Steal – and it is here to save your day! This site provides “an online borrowing experience that provides just the right something for everyone.” And not only can you borrow high-end, celebrity inspired handbags and jewelry from this site, but you can also purchase some perfect pieces!

Looking for the perfect pocketbook to complete your fairytale dress? For only $32/week or $95/month, you can rent this elegant, pearlized-python Carlos Falchi clutch! Now, that’s a steal!

Need a bag with more bling? That’s easy! Check out this couture clutch by Judith Leiber! How gorgeous is that for only $100/week?

Or maybe you’re looking for jewels! Not a problem. This ring is 18k gold, has a blue quartz and pavé diamonds and is borrow-able (I know that’s not a word! I am just so darn excited for you)! For $135/week, you can rock this rock!

Looking for something vintage-inspired? Rent this House of Taylor bracelet for some added glitz and glamour! It’s only $195/week. What’s the total diamond weight, you ask? A whopping 16.4 carats! Yep, I’d say under $200 is a steal!

Why should celebrities be the only ones to borrow jewels for their events? You deserve to be just as beautifully decked out in real gems when you walk down the aisle as they are when they walk down the red carpet! This is your moment to shine and this site is your opportunity to do so at an insanely low price!

Posted by Kristy L. Daube of Lethal Rhythms

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