¸,ø¤º° More like BriGHt FriDAy!! °º¤ø,¸

So every year for the last five years or so I’ve had Black Friday and Cyber Monday specials in my Princess Lasertron store, but this year I have some great deals to promote for Hello Holiday. I made a bunch of headbands and fascinators for the site too which we’ll be featuring more prominently once I finish the collection I designed. It’ll be nice to have some Princess Lasertron product sold in a different retail context and I’m interested to see how it does.

This weekend you’ll find…

  • Free shipping on all orders over $50
  • 50% off all denim
  • Free gifts for orders over $100
  • And of course an extra 20% off with the above code that I created just for my blog readers!



The sale is on now. I hope you find something you like and share this with the gift-givers in your life!

xx

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  • Penelopeinparis

    Bonjour from Paris! I’m a longtime reader, but first-time commenter. I have a request : could you please stop with the adorable dresses, affordable prices and perfect modeling of the items by you and Sarah, please? It’s so dangerous for my wallet! I just had to buy the Darling Dita dress after seeing that picture of Sarah in it. You girls are fabulous, your taste impeccable, and your business-savy very impressive. Bravo to you both!

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