Lauren Conrad, reality television ingenue, blood enemy to Spencer Pratt and Heidi Whatever-her-last-name-is, and role model to the young and overprivileged, put a lot of thought into what she'd like to receive for Christmas this year. Personally, I'd have sent her every single gift it just meant fewer mournful stares into the camera's closeup lens during The Hills. However, since my yearly budget for reality-star gifts was spent sending birth control to those families on Nanny 911, I suppose she had to rely on St. Nick…and Brody Jenner. (Good luck with that one Lauren. Am I the only person who watched Princes of Malibu?)
But, what did the stylish Ms. Conrad placed on her Christmas list? Let's look to www.flip.com to find out and do some post-holiday spending on ourselves.
LC is probably still trying to wash away the stench of those tawdry sex tape rumors. A better solution? Mask it with the clean, crisp fragrance of Ralph ($45), a man who will never allow Lauren to have something in common with Paris and Kim K. (other than, well, unearned fame).
Marc's On the Edge liquid Eyeliner is both economically priced ($5!) and perfect for giving Heidi a fashionable stank eye.
And, mod eyeliner is always well complimented by a subtle, peachy pink lip gloss. Marc's Pink Crush lip gloss ($5) is a throwback to LC's innocent days of attempting to woo Talan from Kristen K.
Marc's shine tube lip gloss ($5) comes in yummy flavors and high sparkle. So this might just be a gift for Brody, too.
Now, Lauren Conrad placed the line of bags she guest designed for Linea Pelle on her Christmas list…despite already having been pictured wearing them. (Like she wouldn't have been given her own.) Tricky girl was using her Christmas list as a product platform. Or, maybe she's just greedy and wants a back-up. Either way, the bags are classic and a cute everyday option. Just don't go give her one.
Last on Lauren's Christmas list are three boots (the Alba, $324, the Ester, $289, and the Ellie, $279) by Miss Sixty (a brand I, too, love). However, her desire for three boots in one holiday makes me think that LC might just be starting some sort of fashion militia. I'm imagining a squadron of size 0's marching through fashion week in Miss Sixty boots and Mike & Chris jumpers. They'll pillage the backstage booty, take Marc Jacobs prisoner, and scrawl Heidi's phone number in all of the men's bathrooms with the phrase "for a good time call" preceeding it.