I did order the jewelry stand from Urban Outfitters. I’m proud to say that’s the ONLY thing I ordered from Urban Outfitters though.
I wish that it was taller, but it’s a good size to keep the pieces that you tend to wear regularly. I’ve seen that some people keep their jewelry stand’s in the bathroom. NO WAY, JOSE!! I don’t want to get hairspray and make-up and gunk all over my jewelry. Bleck.
The Jewel Box by Anna Davis
“I’m not a Good Girl. This is patently clear to all regular readers of this column. I stay out late. I like the company of men. I’m vain. I wear too much makeup. I’m economical with the truth when it suits me. I never refuse a cocktail…”
The Jewel Box is set in London in the roaring 1920’s. It follows Grace Rutherford who writes a gossip/girl on the town column under the pen name of Diamond Sharp. Grace’s life and her alter-ego’s life collide when she falls for a man she’s slated to interview for her newspaper.
I wasn’t drawn into the Diamond Sharp portions. I was a lot more interested in the real Grace. This book had real potential. There ends up being a really good back story about Grace and her sister and two boys they grew up with. I wish the author had just wrote that story!!! These chapters were the ones that saved the book for me.
Perhaps Anna Davis should write a prequel to The Jewel Box. I would read that book!!!!!!! I can’t in good faith recommend The Jewel Box though.
The Jewel Box: 2.5 stars out of 5 stars