It’s Your BFF’s Birthday!

It’s your best friend’s birthday, and you have no time to get him or her a gift. Don’t stress, we have everything you need for your special buddy. When we say everything, we mean it. Thinking laugh out loud birthday cards or perfectly crafted wooden cards that will last them a lifetime. Just write some super sweet poem, stick in some cash, and BAM you’re done.

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Great, so your friend has sense of humor. Now you can buy them a Spitfire Girl No. Collection or Potion Collection perfume and in a subtle way tell them that they smell. Or get your friend a fancy soap, bubble bath, or bath salts for a luxurious, relaxing bath. Tell your birthday friend to just soak for a while in their birthday suit. Burn a candle and just chill, my friend. That is love and I have no doubt about it.

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Our Box Cards and Jars of Fun are a great way to say it all. Who doesn’t love that..

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All that and more in our LA stores in Los Feliz and on Melrose, and online.
Don’t let that birthday sneak up on you. Start shopping!

 

Love,
Spitfire Girl

 

Aging Tastes Good

Hi All,

Right now I want to talk about birthdays. You see, my birthday is fast approaching, and for that reason I am in Paris. (I’ll come back to that.)

But I won’t lie to you, sometimes birthdays are difficult. I think to myself:

“Who am I? What have I been doing? Is that a new wrinkle? I can’t hide mouth wrinkles with bangs or a new haircut!”

Down the rabbit-hole I fall. And then I think to myself,

“Maybe someone will give me money for my birthday. Maybe I’ll get more money back from my taxes. Maybe I will save up for botox.”

This makes me happy for a second. And then I think to myelf, “Look at what you’ve become: a part of the machine, you say yes to the man, you’re but a robot!”

Haha, but not this year! This year I’m in Paris, where EVERYTHING GETS, no… TASTES BETTER WITH AGE!!!

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2012 is a good year my friends. So far, I have been in Paris for a week, and I have been non-stop eating all kinds of dirt-nasty, moldy cheese… such as roquefort, brie, camembert, and some others that I can neither pronounce nor spell. I have also been sippin on that wine juice, which is just super-old grapes and stuff!!

The point is this: *Aging tastes good* It might smell really bad at first, but then your nose will adjust to that smell…. and then-only then-will you be able to enjoy classy wine and cheese.

Unless you’re lactose-intolerant. (If this is the case, you should think about botox.)

-Chels

p.s. If you or someone you know is having a birthday, it is a good idea to get them a bottle of aged wine, paired with a zodiac wine stopper or -in the name of all things classy and French- a Napolean wine stopper (in stores).