Last weekend, we went to a shop in Rhode Island where James Woods has a booth. Matt is a huge fan and even I can't deny the man is pretty awesome in such things as Disney's Hercules. It was exciting to meet him for sure. Matt got an autograph and some pictures while I stood back. When he noticed me, though, he told Matt he was lucky to have me and shouldn't bother playing the lottery ever because he already won his prize for his lifetime. It was totally sweet and not at all what I expected from him (which was apparently to throw me into the Styx or watch me jump out of the window and impale myself on a wrought iron fence a la Virgin Suicides) After that, we shopped around (though not in James Woods's booth, he does more in the antique paintings field which is not something I'm in the market for) and I found this cute suitcase with fishies on it:
Then at a second shop, I found a booth selling cheap jewelry. Being a girly-girl, I can't resist pretty sparkly things. I wound up with 3 rings and a brooch for like $12 total:
I also scored some other awesome non-antique store things over the weekend including a turquoise purse for 40% off at Kohls, a dress for 60% off at Kohls and these a-mazing shoes on clearance from Torrid:
This weekend is shaping up to be much less successful. I just got home from Sephora where I went to check out their new Instant Airbrush Foundation. It was absolutely awful (which is a bummer because I still don't have a foundation I'm in love with) I actually just did a review on Sephora.com because it was so bad. All three shades were mid-toned and orange. There was nothing for fair skin and there was nothing for dark skin. It honestly could be advertised as the perfect foundation for those already using tan-in-a-can, but that's about it. Guess the search goes on...