This is just two black wooden boards cut in the shape of a chandelier silhouette, but the effect is stunning. It looks like modern art. (One note: you'll need to buy the separate cord kit for $10.)
$36.00, Urban Outfitters
These green, pink, and orange luggage tags stand out even more on a baggage carousel because they come personalized with an initial. There's a flap on the back for writing in your address or some vague threats for luggage looters.
$8.99, PB Travel
This game is uber cute and so much fun. It's the first three episodes of Star Wars, scene by scene, only everything is made of Legos. Even when your character dies, shattering into tiny Lego pieces, you'll be shouting things out like, "Strike me down! I shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine!" It's available for PS2, GameCube, XBox, and PC.
These retro earrings look great flapping in the breeze while you practice your fiercest Tyra Banks walk on the way to the subway.
$10.00, Fred Flare
This stuff smells absolutely incredible. I don't know if it's the green tea extract or the rose oil, but when I put it on, I just keep sniffing my arms. It's distracting!
These bright metal bulletin boards with magnets can totally pep up a blah home office. The best part is that you don't have to poke holes though your papers and photos.
$24.99, Container Store
I like the idea of turning a virtual sentiment into a tangible object. These sterling silver bracelets come with a choice of emoticon.
$60.00, Sweet Tooth Designs
I want to dump my boring black rolley for this designer carryon. It not only has the sleek Diane Von Furstenberg "Twig" pattern, but it has leather handles, leather trim, and a hot pink interior.
How totally charming are these? I want to invite guests over so they may look at them (but never ever even think about touching them).
$12 for six, Plum Party
I'll confess. My fridge is covered in photographs and "important" scraps of paper. I love me some magnets. My hope is that these geisha magnets will make the whole mess appear demure.