I always strive to bring you beauty whether it be beautiful fashion, beautiful women, or beautiful accessories, beauty in the world is what I want those who visit this blog to take away. Today I want to introduce you to Sucre Couture-California Jewelry Boutique.
Sucre Couture is not your average jewelry boutique, they have tied glamour and philanthropy perfectly by donating 10% of every purchase to a different non-profit cause every month. Breast cancer awareness, domestic violence, and HIV/AIDS awareness are all causes that have been supported and will continue to be supported by Sucre Couture. During the month of December Sucre Couture is supporting a cause that is very dear to my heart. This month 10% of all sales will go to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in memory of my dear friend Andrew Pounders who valiantly battled Hodgkin’s Lymphoma before passing on this Thanksgiving.
Sucre Couture offers beautiful pieces at affordable prices, but most importantly they give you the opportunity to do a beautiful and kind deed for someone in need. Here are my favorite pieces in stock.
‘Lets Blow Gold Bubbles’ Cocktail Ring
‘Gold Elephants’ Handmade charm bracelet.
Sucre Couture is doing a beautiful human act by constantly supporting great causes while at the same time offering adorably chic jewelry at affordable prices. Shop for yourself or for gifts HERE and support a conscious company. And as an added bonus for the duration of the month you get a free pair of Swarovski studs with any purchase over $25.
Andrew Pounders (1987-2011)
"Lord make me a rainbow, I’ll shine down on my mother. She’ll know I’m safe with you when she stands under my colors"
Andrew valiantly fought Hodgkin’s Lymphoma before he transitioned to a better life. Before he passed on he was fundraising for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Walk event this coming February. Sucre Couture is helping to continue Andrew’s mission of raising funds for this organization that helps others going through what Andrew went through, by donating 10% of all sales during the month of December in his name. Please show your support and help us continue the work Andrew started. He may be gone but he will never be forgotten and his hopes and dreams will be carried on by those who love him.
Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah
Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson and Mary J Blige.
Kelly Clarkson sprained her ankle right before the show. She was a trooper on stage.
Chaka Khan, Mavis Staples, and Erykah Badu.
Tariq Trotter, Erykah Badu and Jill Scott
The stunningly beautiful and talented Jill Scott.
Photos via VH1
Madonna’s Material Girl line exclusively at Macy’s is searching for the next “Lucky Star” model. Casting calls were held around the country at Macy’s flagship stores. The Los Angeles casting call took place at Macy’s Beverly Center in Beverly Hills with a panel of celebrity judges like Kelly Osbourne and Perez Hilton . Auditions were open to women and some men, because some men did come out to audition, of all ages. Girls walked down the pink carpet to classic Madonna hits as they made their way to stage to be questioned by the judges. Some girls came out hoping to become the next “Lucky Star” and some just wanted to come out and share a positive message with everyone in attendance.
Contestant #3: Denise auditioned and brought a hopeful message about beauty and body acceptance.