Best Fashion Accessories for Women to Give as Gifts

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The best fashion accessories for women are always on my gift wish list at the holidays.    I could spend hours search for my favorite fashion accessories online so I know that it can be challenging for my husband or friends to find me the perfect fashion accessory as a gift.   There really are millions of different things  to choose from but with a little bit of effort, you can be certain to find the perfect gift.

Best fashion accessories for women

Best fashion accessories for women

  • Know her sizes. Clothing and things like belts come different sizes and giving someone something that doesn’t fit is never fun.  If you cannot ask them, try looking in their closet or asking a friend or family member what their size is.
  • Pay attention to what she likes.  Notice what her favorite colors are or select an accessory that can be worn with any number of different outfits, business and casual, warm weather or cold.
  • Make it personal.  Remember her favorite designer or brand.  Try to recall if she has pointed out a special item she really liked.  Make sure what you choose really does reflect her style.
  • Match her current designer. If you’re purchasing a wallet, key fob, or credit card folder for  her handbag, make sure you take a look at the designer of her current handbag.
  • Personalize your gift.  A charm bracelet is a lovely way to personalize your gift.  Pick charms that reflect her hobbies or hold pictures of her children.
  • Choose gifts with no sizes.  If you aren’t sure of her size, choose a gift that doesn’t need to fit precisely like scarves or wraps.  These are one size fits all gifts available in a variety of colors, patterns and styles.
Best Fashion Accessories for Women

This one of a kind Oscar de la Renta scarf was made especially for Look Good… Feel Better.  Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) workshops help people with cancer to deal with the devastating outward side effects of their treatment: helping them to regain their self-confidence and focus their energy not on being a cancer patient, but on becoming a cancer survivor.  Please consider supporting this valuable program this holiday season.

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  1. I learned it's a free public service and you can enter your zipcode to find one near you! Great program!
  2. you can volunteer with them. 
  3. great progrm to help women with self esteem living with cancer
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  5. I have never actually heard of this organization before--but I am glad I know about them now!! It is extremely important to lift the spirits and self esteem of cancer patients-it actually helps them to become survivors!!
  6. Thank you for posting about this. I had NO idea they even existed! I lost my mother and father to cancer and now my grandmother has terminal cancer. This is an incredible organization!!
  7. adrienne warren says
    cool beans helping cancer patients and survivors feel better and look better. 
  8. Look Good Feel Better is available free of charge in every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Look Good Feel Better holds group workshops that teach beauty techniques to female cancer patients to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Look Good Feel Better also offers programs for teens, individual consultations in select areas, Spanish language and Spanish/English programs, and a Web site for men undergoing cancer treatment. Since 1989, Look Good Feel Better has served more than 800,000 women in the United States and is supported by more than 15,000 volunteers.
  9. o learned that how important it to go to the doctors
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  11. Christian Alejandro N. says
    I learned that although they don't offer services for men over 18, they have compiled information and have a brochure available with plenty of literature.
  12. Look Good Feel Better group programs are offered nationwide in hospitals and community centers. Call us at 1-800-395-LOOK (5665) or contact your local American Cancer Society office to help locate a program near you.
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  15. Gail Eldridge says
    Didn't know about this website. Having several family members battling cancer, it was informative and helpful
  16. A great program to help women with their self esteem living with cancer
  17. Wonderful ideas for trendy holiday gifts! I would love to receive the scarf as a gift, and love the cause, too!
  18. I learned that they will give you a step by step lesson in makeup
  19. Elisabeth Schulz says
    I learned about this worthwhile organization that helps women at any cancer stage learn how to look good!  It is a worthy cause, employs volunteers, and has local groups to help. Wow. I think I will donate. 
  20. In 1987, a physician asked former Personal Care Products Council President Ed Kavanaugh how he could organize a “makeover” for a woman in cancer treatment who was experiencing dramatic appearance side effects. 
  21. Debra Bradley says
    I learned their mission is to help women with cancer look and feel better.
  22. I learned that LGFB group programs are held in every state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico using products donated by Personal Care Products Council member companies.
  23. I learned "Developing dry or sensitive skin during chemotherapy and radiation is common – and may require changes in your daily skincare routine."
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  25. Beautiful is the word for this prize
  26. They teach beauty techniques to cancer patients. 
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  28. I learned that Look Good Feel Better group programs are open to all women with cancer who are undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, or other forms of treatment.
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  32. Sherry Compton says
    I didn't know about this program, but it's wonderful.  They help women with cancer to feel good about themselves and to know that they are still beautiful.  They offer programs for all ages and have a locator so you can find an office near you.
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    entered Swiss Diamond giveaway
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    entered Crafted Candle giveaway
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  37. When you look good you feel good. I need to put this into practice. Since I've  been sick  I haven't been putting make up on a lot of days or doing my hair. I should do that because I know it's true. 
  38. I'm commenting on Best Fashion Accessories for Women to Give as Gifts. It gives a lot of practical advice. A person needs to know sizes, likes and dislikes and even such things as does the woman have pierced ears. I wish I could  send some men to read it. 
  39. Awesome cause .  I learned Look Good Feel Better holds group workshops that teach beauty techniques to female cancer patients to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.
  40. I was looking at their various programs available for women. A good resource.
  41. I learned that they have programs for men and teens as well as women.
  42. Jenna M Osborne says
    I learned about all of the wonderful volunteer opportunities they have!
  43. i learned that look good feel betters mission is to improve self esteem and quality of life for people undergoing treatments for cancer. its their goal to help improve peoples self image and appearance through complimentary group, individual and self help beauty sessions that create a sense of support, confidence, courage and community.
  44. Learned that their mission is dedicated to improving the self-esteem and quality of life of people undergoing treatment for cancer.
  45. The have more than 14,000 volunteers!
  46. a great program to help women who are battleing cancer
  47. This was begun because Ed Kavanaugh gave a cancer patient a makeover and it made her happy.
  48. Ohhh I love that scarf!!
  49. They have a program finder.
  50. this is wonderful! I have 2 close friends who are battling their way back from this horrible disease.
  51. I learned that you can volunteer for them. thanks.
  52. mary gardner says
    i learned that "Look Good Feel Better holds group workshops that teach beauty techniques to female cancer patients to help them combat the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment." jagar0047 at yahoo dot com
  53. It really helps people with their self esteem.

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