Finding high-quality antiques at a good price can feel like a real challenge, especially if you have a stringent budget and don't know where to look. That said, there are many incredible pieces out there just itching to be found that will not only look great but will tell a story and serve as a point of conversation for many decades to come.
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The gingerbread house is one of those holiday perfection metrics that goes beyond a fancy wrapping job or killer buffet spread. It feels like an absurd measure of quality that women are seduced into believing is preferable to the gingerbread outhouse alternative: quirky, skewed, imperfect, lacking, unique, and real.
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Jessica Simpson Sports Short Dress, High Heels & Blue Nails At Good Housekeeping's 125th Anniversary (PHOTO)
The singer and star of "The Price of Beauty" stepped out for GOOD HOUSEKEEPING'S "Shine On" - Celebrating 125 Years of Women
You know it's a weird month in celeb-land when Good Housekeeping cover girl, Michelle Obama, is photoshopped within an inch of her life and Marie Claire cover girl, Jessica Simpson, is not only un-airbrushed, but also sans makeup.