Beauty.com Debuts the Lela Rose Embroidered Rose Clutch


Bellevue, WA and New York City, NY (PRWEB) May 07, 2015

Beauty.com®, a division of drugstore.com, inc., is excited to introduce the exclusive Embroidered Rose Clutch from revered designer Lela Rose as a complimentary gift this spring. Beginning May 7th, customers will receive the product-filled embroidered clutch when they spend more than $ 150 at the prestige beauty retailer. The Lela Rose Embroidered Rose Clutch can be found at http://www.Beauty.com/LelaRose and is available while supplies last.

With the spring days growing longer, this black, gold and grey embroidered Rose Clutch is perfect for transitioning from a cosmetics case during the day to an elegant evening clutch. The gold snap-top closure adds an essence of vintage elegance to this classic clutch shape. “The black and white rose print from the spring 2015 collection is one of my favorites,” says designer Lela Rose. “I love the contrast and embroidery and thought it would be such a fun print for our collaboration with Beauty.com. You can even use as a clutch for a night out!”

The clutch arrives fully stocked with 17 prestige beauty samples. The bag and its contents have an approximate combined retail value of more than $ 185. The selection includes offerings from some of the beauty world’s top beauty and skin care brands:

1.    H2O Face Plus Oasis Shine Neutralizing Gel

2.    Origins Mega Bright Night Mask

3.    bareMinerals 5-in1 SPF 15 Barely Nude

4.    Phytocitrus Mask

5.    L’Occitane Almond Supple Skin Oil

6.    Paula’s Choice Vitamin C Spot Treatment

7.    Nick Chavez Beverly Hills Plump N’ Thick Crème Conditioner

8.    Alterna Bamboo Smooth Kendi Oil

9.    Beautyblender Mini Liquid Blender Cleanser

10.    Caudalie Vinoperfect Radiance Serum

11.    Skyn Iceland Eye Firming Gels

12.    FusionBeauty LipFusion XXL

13.    Frais Pocket Sanitizer

14.    First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream

15.    Hugo Boss VOC

16.    CLEAN Fragrance VOC, Skin

17.    Alessandro Nail Polish (shades vary)

18.    A gift to you from Beauty.com

While looking to reach the $ 150 hurdle and receive the Embroidered Rose Clutch, customers can get their makeup collections summer-ready by shopping new palettes from Too Faced, Lorac and The Balm. Other new-to-store cosmetics include offerings from Bareminerals, NARS, Tarte and Smashbox. Shoppers wanting to prep skin in time for summer will find new skin care systems from Origins, Erno Laszlo and Philosophy.

For exclusive summer beauty content, beauty fans can look to the Beauty.com Video Library for summer makeup tutorials inspired by Spring/Summer 2015 runway trends. Romy Soleimani shows viewers how to translate even the craziest of looks into real life wear. Other great site features include My Life in beauty where experts share the story of their brand and the Beauty.com blog, Beauty Close Up.

Other benefits include “Everyday Complimentary Shipping,”** 5% back on every purchase with drugstore.com dollars™**, speedy shipping, the complimentary sampling center, 100% satisfaction guarantee***, and a shared online shopping cart with the Beauty.com partner site, http://www.drugstore.com. Beauty fans can also get the latest tips, trends, and promotions sent directly to their email by signing up for the free weekly Beauty Bulletin on the Beauty.com site.


This designer bag from Lela Rose is available at http://www.Beauty.com with any $ 150 purchase. Offer may be applied only once per household. Complimentary gifts cannot be returned for refund, credit, or exchange. A minimum purchase does not include shipping charges or applicable tax. Gift cards/certificates, backordered items, out of stock items, and items marked “This item requires special handling” are not eligible for this offer. Complimentary gift has an approximate value of $ 185. The gift will be added to shopping bag when the minimum purchase threshold is reached. Cannot be combined with some offers. While supplies last. Void where prohibited by law. We may make changes to or terminate this offer at any time. Your use of this site shall be deemed as your acceptance of our Terms of Use.

**Complimentary standard shipping is available only on purchases of $ 35 or more, and does not apply to gift cards/certificates, bulk orders, or orders over 20 pounds. With drugstore.com dollars™, customers receive a credit to their account equal to 5% of any eligible purchase. Customers cannot earn or apply drugstore.com dollars™ to gift certificates, gift cards, discounts, complimentary items, past purchase, or non-shipped, undeliverable or returned items. drugstore.com dollars™ cannot be redeemed for cash. These offers are only available on the http://www.drugstore.com and http://www.Beauty.com web sites. These offers are not available on partner sites such as Walgreens.com and VisionDirect.com.

***All Beauty.com purchases are backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not satisfied with an item you have purchased from Beauty.com, you may return it within 30 days of the date it was delivered and receive a refund or in-store credit. Certain items, such as jewelry, purses, and intimate apparel, can only be returned for refund or credit if unworn, are in original packaging and have any original tags still attached.

About Beauty.com® – The World of Beauty Online®

Beauty.com, Inc., a division of drugstore.com, inc. is a leading online destination for prestige beauty products. The web store provides a highly personalized shopping experience and offers more than 350 brands from widely recognized to niche, hard-to-find products.

About drugstore.com™

For 15 years, drugstore.com has been a leading online provider of health, beauty, and vision products. Shop a great assortment of more than 80,000 items ranging from everyday basics to hard-to-find favorites. With competitive prices, unique categories and free shipping for orders over $ 35 all in one convenient location, the drugstore.com web store is truly the uncommon drugstore®.

About Lela Rose

Lela Rose’s aesthetic of adding whimsy to elegance through brilliant color and hand crafted details has brought a fresh view to modern American fashion. Lela was raised in Texas and went to school in Colorado where nature, its surrounding landscapes, and the sublime colors it offers have long been an inspiration. Today, Lela continues to draw from these early influences as she designs clothes for the modern sophisticated woman who embodies a spirit of effortless elegance.

After graduating from Parson’s School of Design in 1993, she went to work with two esteemed designers, Richard Tyler and Christian Francis Roth. There she honed her love of couture fabric as well as fanatic attention to detail. In 1998, Lela’s vision and passion compelled her to create her signature collection, Lela Rose. Through intricately designed and finely detailed separates, dresses and jackets, Lela has established herself as a renowned designer.

The Lela Rose collection is built on a design philosophy of creating hand finished clothes that exude a casual luxury and refinement. The beautiful embellished fabrics are the foundation of this innovative collection and speak to the elegance of its personality with a nod to the era of glamour.

Lela Rose’s collection has garnered her a following of trendsetters across the country. Lela’s ready-to-wear apparel under the Lela Rose label is sold in more than 75 specialty stores nationwide, as well as Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales and internationally in Canada, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Taiwan and Japan. In Fall 2006, Lela Rose launched the Lela Rose Wedding collection. The collection is a pairing of unconventional fabrics and techniques that are trademarks of the designer. The impeccable quality and couture sensibility of these gowns make them one of a kind. The Lela Rose Wedding Collection can be found in bridal boutiques nationwide as well as internationally.

With the success of both collections, the Lela Rose brand expanded into footwear in the Fall of 2007. Rose partnered with Payless Shoesource® to create the Lela Rose for Payless brand of fashion forward shoes at an extremely affordable price. This collection was followed up by Unforgettable Moments by Lela Rose™, a collection of dyeable special occasion shoes that launched late in 2008. Both collections can be found in Payless stores nationwide.

In 2009, Lela Rose announced she was launching Lela Rose Bridesmaid, a partnership with the Dessy Group. The Lela Rose Bridesmaid collection can be found in over 200 bridesmaid stores nationwide as well as in Canada and in the United Kingdom. As the Lela Rose brand continues to grow, one thing remains true – Rose’s vision and passion to stay true to her aesthetic.

Media Contacts:

Beauty.com, Inc.                         

Carley Partridge                        

425.372.3610

Carley(at)Beauty(dot)com







National Debt Relief Talks About Repairing A Credit Score


Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 03, 2015

National Debt Relief recently shared in an article published February 19, 2015 how consumers can repair their credit scores rather easily. The article titled “Why Repairing Your Credit Could Be Easier Than You Think” takes a look at the number of ways people can repair their credit scores with ease.

The article starts off by pointing out that a lot of people have problems with their credit scores and sometimes its not even their fault. They can fall into financial hardships like losing a job or falling ill and their income gets affected limiting their ability to make payments. For some, they knowingly trash their credit by swiping recklessly and accruing debt that is more than they can payback.

When consumers are not able to perform their responsibility to repay their loans and debt and payments, it shows up on their credit history and lowers down their credit scores.This is the three digit representation of how creditworthy a person is. This makes it very important especially in the financial industry.

The article shares that for consumers that needs to repair their credit scores, one of the first things they need to remember is that they need to limit applying for more credit. This seems to be common sense knowledge but a lot of people fail to realize that adding more credit or even shopping around for a new one can hurt their scores even more.

It is also important that consumers monitor their credit reports every year from all three credit reporting bureaus – Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. By law, they are obliged to give consumers one free report every year. Some consumers spread out asking reports every four months covering the whole year.

The article also shares how debt to credit ratio makes up 30% of the credit score which makes paying down accounts a sensible idea. The lower the debt, the better the ratio would be and the higher the score can become. To read the full article, click this link: http://www.nationaldebtrelief.com/repairing-credit-easier-think/







Pakistan – Dispute that Nearly Disappeared

New Delhi – What was a double whammy for Pakistan the news that Kashmir had been dropped for the list of disputes in the UN Security Council and then President Barack Obama hinted that India could get a seat in the UNSC. It was too bitter a pill to swallow.

A UN spokesman retrieved something from this diplomatic debris by explaining that no such thing had happened and it turned out that Pakistan’s acting ambassador to the world body, Amjad Hussain Sial, in his speech to the General Assembly on Friday, November 12, had referred to the omission of Jammu and Kashmir dispute in a statement by the president of the Security Council, and not from its annual report, as reported in a section of press.

The NATION fired a broadside (15/11/2010): “For those who still believe that the United Nations has not become the handmaiden of big and influential Western powers, led by the US, would have problem justifying Kashmir’s omission from the report of the Security Council containing the list of long-standing disputes on its agenda.

“The UNSC’s was a studied omission; and to call it an inadvertent lapse, as Pakistan’s acting Permanent Representative at the UN did, is a travesty of fact, an inexcusably timid reaction from a country directly concerned with the issue and the country to which the beleaguered Kashmiris look up for support. The terming it as inadvertency simply amounts to ditching the Kashmiris, and deserves to be condemned unreservedly. One reason for the UNSC’s turnaround is Washington’s strategic decision to woo India at all costs in the vain expectation that New Delhi would live up to its wishes of checkmating the spread of Beijing’s influence in the region. The other is the reality of the economic benefit that the US would be able to draw from a strategic partner in need of foreign goods and technology its corporate sector would be able to meet. This and a host of other signs unmistakably suggest that the Americans have opted for India as a strategic ally and, since Pakistan and India cannot go along together unless their disputes are amicably settled that the US is unwilling to try for fear that it might lose India’s favours, dropping Pakistan when it has served its purpose in the wrongly called war on terror. The pity is that despite clear indications and warnings from friendly voices, our ruling leadership does not seem to accept this reality. The sooner it realises that our salvation lies in changing the direction of our hopes and expectations the lesser the damage the US flirtation with us could cause.”

DAWN  reported (15/11/2010) quotes from former military dictator General Pervez Musharraf that “US President Barack Obama should have raised the Kashmir issue during his visit to India earlier this week In his address to the Atlantic Council, Mr Musharraf also accused India of using Afghanistan for stirring troubles in Pakistan.

“Mr Musharraf said that while he too believed that the Kashmir dispute should be resolved by India and Pakistan, President Obama should have shown some concern for the Kashmiri people during his visit. ’In this unipolar war, when you are the only superpower, you have responsibilities towards every one. President Obama should also have shown some concern for this small strategic partner and visited Pakistan.

”The Kashmir dispute, he noted, had a negative impact on the fight against terrorism and extremism and that was another reason that President Obama should have at least mentioned this issue in India.

”Mr Musharraf said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and he were close to resolving the Kashmir dispute. We were proceeding reasonably fast. We had worked the parameters and were drafting an agreement. It’s a pity that we could not reach the conclusion,” he said. He said that Pakistan’s policy of nuclear deterrence was India-centric because India too was focused on Pakistan. “

The Nation reported (15/11/2010): “the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has said that the Kashmir dispute can be resolved through tripartite talks amongst Pakistan, India and the genuine Kashmiri leadership.

“According to Kashmir Media Service, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in a media interview in Srinagar said that the APHC always maintained that the dispute over Kashmir could not be settled through bilateral efforts.

”He strongly reacted to the recent assertion of the interlocutors appointed by India that the roadmap for Kashmir settlement would be framed in next six to nine months. The APHC Chairman termed the statement as an attempt by India to delay the resolution of the lingering dispute.

“What roadmap they can achieve in nine months when the road map has already been provided by us in the shape of four points,” he said adding that acceptance of these points would put an end to India’s denial of the Kashmir movement.”

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