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Shop Love: Today We're Thankful for the Deals, Steals, and Reveals of the Holiday Season!

ThanksGiving is coming to a close and now the next big candid 'Holiday' is in it eve (or, if you're going for somewhere like Walmart or Target, it started about twenty-something minutes ago): Black Friday. A day of deals, steals, and product reveals. For those of us that burnt off the extra turkey waiting in line for these doorbusting savings that come just once a year, that means, a whole new wardrobe; bagged just as soon as we could get our wallets out in the wind. But say you want to finds something like this:
 "Strapless lace dress with bronze studs along the neckline. High low cut with a nude lining underneath. Zipper closure at the back."

"Pretty cocktail dress with a peplum skirt and a metallic golden lace bodice. Light cup at the bust. Single button closure at the back with a deep slit down the center to expose back. Tuxedo tail at the back of skirt."

"Chiffon maxi dress with an intricate lace upper bodice. High halter neck-line that ties at the back. Mini lining under skirt with sheer chiffon slit panels at the bottom. Super sexy!"

For styles this enticing, you'll have to stop in on none other than

      "In 1988, Pink Ice established its reputation with neighboring Pinky Wear stores along the beach cities of South Orange County. By the success of these neighboring boutique stores and the positive feedback from the locals, it evolved into the opening of Pink Ice. Pink Ice offers the Orange County Life-Style of clothing, accessories and shoes. The image Pink Ice promotes is to offer young woman an ambiance that has it all for those who seek trendy sexy, unique, yet affordable fashion that they can make as their own. A Pink Ice hot spot is located on 3rd street Promenade in Santa Monica, California, where it was featured in the 2003 Freaky Friday Disney movie and featured in the 2007 movie Jane Austin’s Book Club.Pink Ice was not created from thin air alone but with the driving force of two dedicated and passionate individuals who make Pink Ice what it is today. The founder, June Pak and co-founder , Lisa Lee are quite the pair of opposites who bring out the success of Pink Ice. With June Pak in his abilities in Fine Art and Lisa Lee in Business Administrations, the pair creates the perfect combo for Pink Ice and what it has to offer for the fashion driven young women of today. With their suave and brilliant team work, Pink Ice stands strong as a growing business that is becoming well known around Southern California.
Pink Ice has bloomed into a fashion business that will only blossom through the years to come."

That really put's perspective on the age of a boutique, right? For over two decades Pink Ice has been serving up fashion that's contemporary and coveted. You can log on to their blog to learn more about Pink Ice or just go straight to browsing their collections. Did we mention (or neglect to) that they have a look book??

       That's it for shop love; we hope you enjoyed our collection of treasured retail hot spots! In the future, we'll bring this segment back, but not before we give our little hope chest the thrice-over! Cheers~