Friday Favorites



1. This Estee Lauder Lipstick is the perfect color for this time of year. I can’t wait to wear it with a sparkly dress to a holiday party. 2. When I am working from home, I always light this Le Labo Candle, which immediately makes the whole room smell amazing. 3. I recently picked out this Juicy Couture Necklace (c/o) at a holiday event and have been pairing it with simple pieces, such as a plaid button down or a gray v-neck. It gives every outfit the perfect amount of sparkle.
After four years of blogging and mainly featuring my personal outfits, I’ve decided it’s time to branch out a bit and integrate some different types of posts onto My Style Pill. Today, I am excited to share the first of the “Friday Favorites” series! The items featured are and will be strictly things that I love and that are truly some of favorite things at the moment. There may be pieces that were gifted to me, but the only way anything (gifted or not) will make its way into one of these posts, is if I truly love it. So, with that said, I hope you enjoy some of my favorite things! (*I may not post one every Friday, but will try to bring my favorite things to you as often as possible.)


1. A makeup stylist on a recent shoot introduced me to DiorSkin Creme-Gel and I was hooked. It gives great coverage but also makes your skin look fresh and slightly dewy. 2. Come the colder seasons, I am all about a dark nail. I have tried many and love many, but right now Estee Lauder’s “Black Iris” Nail Polish is my favorite. It’s dramatic and slighly vampy in the best way. 3. These gorgeous Hearts On Fire Diamond Bands (c/o) hold a very special place in my heart. Last year I landed my first big job and was in an advertisement for Hearts On Fire, where it ran in various magazines for the better part of 2012. During the shoot, I got to wear all sorts of diamonds, but at the end, I was generously gifted these three rings, which was pretty amazing. You can see my past posts (here, here and here) on how I’ve worn these rings, and the advertisement here.


Need I say more about these Zara Shoes? The best part was I snagged them on sale!


A few years ago, my good friend gave me this LuLu Organics Hair Powder as a gift. I still have it and use it on days when I don’t have time to wash my hair. It leaves my hair smelling nice and freshens it up without feeling too product heavy. 2. I have been wearing scented oils for years, but when I finally came across Tenzing Momo & Co’s “Egyptian Musk” Oil while in the Pike Place Market in Seattle, I fell in love. I can’t even describe how lovely this scent is – like a combo between slightly sweet and fresh. I even get stopped on the street by people asking me what scent I am wearing. :) 3. People have mixed feelings on how L’Oreal Elnett Satin Color,-Treated Hair Hairspray smells, but regardless, it still works the best out of most products I have tried. And I love that it is for colored hair – I found this little can while in London.

Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoyed today’s post! Have a happy Friday and a fantastic weekend! xo




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  • Karisa

    I have been looking for a good scented oil… which scent(s) do you love and recommend from Tenzing Momo & Co.? The fig? Cassis and black currant sound intriguing as well. Thank you so much for your advice!

  • Karisa

    I just ordered the “Egyptian Musk” oil! I can’t wait to try it!

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  • Leesa

    LOVE the Friday favorites! Looking forward to the next installment!

  • I bought your oil along with my favorite Gardenia! I’m excited for it! Usually I’m a Jo Malone wearer mixing 2 scents seasonally but i cant wait to add these to the mix!

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  • Just discovered your blog. Love it! and am following. You would be SO much fun to go shopping with! Happy Holidays!

  • ShibaGirl

    Which Egyptian Musk oil? I am in need of a new scent. I love clean and fresh essential oil smells. I don’t care for heavy scents like Patchouli or Sandalwood.

    How else could use describe Tenzing Momo & Co’s “Egyptian Musk” Oil?