Lately, I’ve been receiving a lot of personal notes from my readers that really really touch my heart. I started this blog to share all the creative things that I naturally love to do. I honestly never thought about being an inspiration to anyone nor was it my goal. I just wanted to have a little spot out there in the webiverse for my creativity. This little spot is my blog, Le Zoe Musings, which I always envisioned to be a very positive, creative, and gorgeous space. I want to start off by sharing a few little notes that came into my inbox which all made my heart smile (and hopefully it will make yours too):
“Have to say, just love your blog. For lack of a better way to describe it, I felt this immediate zenlike relaxation perusing through your posts. Can’t wait to read more!”
“You’re an inspiration and every post I have read on your site portray a degree of creativity and musings too, which I side with. Rock on!”
“…I think the overall impression I have from your blog is your happiness/contentment with who and where you are.”
“The main essence of blogging is lost to me and I feel sad for all the blogs that have lost their way, by simply copying each other. I want to feel the individuality and the soul of each blogger, because that is simple what makes me attached to the blog and makes me want to come back over and over again. When I thought all the hope was gone, I stumbled upon Le Zoe Musings. It’s is one of the best blogs I have ever stumbled upon (and I have read a lot of blogs). She is a mother of 2 and a Creative Director by profession, and that makes her blog even more appealing. Although she has a lot of daily responsibilities, she manages to prepare amazing content that inspires me to do more in my life and achieve larger goals.”
Another very rewarding thing since I’ve started blogging is all the wonderful friends I’ve met from around the world. I’ve connected with the sweetest people from New Zealand, London, Singapore, Australia, etc. And then there’s Becky from Japan. I first ‘met’ Becky when I was searching for vintage Chanel’s on Etsy. Luckily, I stumbled upon her shop. It’s truly a diamond in the ruff. After emailing back and forth, I soon realized that Becky and I had one huge thing in common. She’s from Boston! But not only was she so sweet personally, her strong business ethics really stood out to me. She addressed every single concern I had so promptly and professionally. And thanks to Becky, I’ve found the ‘one’. My vintage Chanel that I’ve been searching for for eons. And because I was so happy with my experience, I want to introduce you to Becky and her shop, www.etsy.com/shop/eNdApPi. Sharing is caring!
If you are a handbag lover like myself and are in the hunt for unique, authentic Chanel, Hermes, etc. pieces, check out Becky’s shop HERE.
And here’s a little bit about her background: “I have studied fashion business in Massachusetts. and so much enjoyed shopping in Boston! After I came back to Japan, I worked for both retail and online apparel trading companies. Meanwhile, I came to recognize that I wanted to be surrounded with vintages including designer’s which I had been loving since I was 15. Eventually made up my mind to establish my own store and company, serving to individual customers and owners/buyers of retail stores (including online) worldwide. Now my main focus is Chanel vintages.”
If you peruse Becky’s site, you’ll find pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. Her collection is amazing. Compared to other sites which sells vintage pieces such as One King’s Lane or Gilt.com, her prices are extremely competitive. And if you are worried about authenticity, she guarantees all her bags to be 100% authentic. In fact, she’ll encourage to get your bag authenticated by a professional third party authentication service or at your local Chanel if you have any concerns.
You should also check out her store’s 300+ reviews which all are 5 stars!
Becky has been SO kind enough to extend a special one time discount to Le Zoe Musings readers. Please enter the code ENDA10 for 10% off!
The human connection is amazing. No matter where we live, we all have something in common. Please leave a comment and share where you are in the world! Would love to know…