As a blogger, I love to partner with brands that have the same passion and drive that I do.Within that passion and drive, there is also the desire to do well and feel good about it.I love the way a well put together outfit feels on me and I make sure everything is cohesive, top to bottom, from my glasses down to my shoes.And if this inspires someone out there to do the same to make themselves feel good, then I feel I’ve gotten my message through.
Lookmatic brings the concept of feeling good to their “LookmaticGOOD Partnership Program.”I bought my first pair of Lookmatic glasses earlier this year (Tippi, pictured above), and they have been my “go to” pair because of the flattering cat eye style, feeling both modern and retro at the same time. Since I’ve received numerous compliments while wearing them, why shouldn’t I share where I got them with anyone that asks so that they can find that perfect pair that fits them as well?
In the LookmaticGOOD Partnership Program, you can be rewarded for doing simply what feels good and sharing it with people you know (and even those you don’t know).In the program as a GOOD Ambassador, not only would you be an advocate for Lookmatic’s products and services and help them to create a stronger presence online and offline in your region by sharing content on your existing social media networks and blog, but you can actively do more with Lookmatic by providing product feedback and insight directly to them, get advanced notice of new style releases and earn money as a result of your efforts!
I’m already a part of this wonderful program, so I’ll continue to share more information in upcoming posts.If you would like to join, you can register at http://good.lookmatic.com/partnership/. Cheers!
FTC Disclosure: I received product as compensation for this post. Although I did receive compensation, the opinions in this post are strictly my own.
Here are a few shots of what my husband and I wore to Matt Goss’ show at Caesars Palace last week (original post here). How handsome does Deon look? We felt the velvet jacket, bow tie and fedora was a must to compliment my lovely little vintage inspired dress. We’re so glad we chose to do it up right because the venue really called for it. I believe in the same philosophy as Matt, where it’s impossible to overdress for any event, which is why I wanted to really play the part of what it would be like to go out on a night on the town in old Las Vegas. Judging by the compliments paid to us by Matt himself after his show, I think we made the right choice!
The picture of my nails on the right is what Matt stated he saw on Twitter on the night of show we attended (nail color, “My Private Jet” by OPI)!