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Emily is a twenty-something living in San Francisco. She loves champagne, chicken fingers, fresh blooms and fashion.

New Products: 4 Things You Need in Your Life!

New Products: 4 Things You Need in Your Life!

I've made a few purchases in the last few weeks that I've just been dying to share with you guys. Sometimes you buy things and don't use them a ton — and sometimes you buy things that you end up using way more than you expected to. Here are a few pieces I'm so happy I bought recently:

1. This ASOS Embroidered Bag ($69).

I talked about this a little in yesterday's post, but this new ASOS embroidered bag is going to be my go-to bag for spring — and it's only $70! I added this little J.Crew Crew Cuts bag charm that I got on sale for just $9, and it adds the cutest little pop to my new bag. Obsessed!

2. These BaubleBar statement earrings ($52).

I'm not big into earrings, unless they're studs for every day. And I really never wear statement earrings, let alone something dangly. My mom had a horror story experience once where she got her dangly earring ripped out of her ear, so now I'm mainly terrified to wear anything that's not a stud.

But these BaubleBar Crispin Drops were too cute to pass up. Plus, the stripes go with just about everything in my closet and are a fun and surefire way to spice up a date night outfit with a little something fun.

3. A subscription to Magnolia Journal ($20).

I'm a huge Fixer Upper fan, and when I found Magnolia Journal at my local Whole Foods, I immediately bought it and subscribed. It's only $20 for a year and it has the best recipes and lifestyle tidbits — so worth it!

4. These BloomThat Flowers ($65).

Alright, so technically I didn't buy these, Josh did. But they are the most beautiful blooms I've ever seen! Long story short: Josh sent me BloomThat flowers to my office for Valentine's Day, like every incredible boyfriend does. When they came they were beautiful, but in the first four hours or so, they wilted and died (they were frozen, thawed, and ended up all over my desk). BloomThat immediately rectified the situation (and actually sent an email to Josh before he even thought to send them one — that's great customer service!) and sent me these beautiful blooms the following day to make up for it. I've loved BloomThat for years, and this is yet another reason I'll continue to order my flowers from them!

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