Blogging Luxury – Finding Great Links to the Finest Goods Online

(clockwise from top left) Reece Hudson Rider Mini Bag by Snob Essentials, Parla Food, William Noble Rare Jewels, Micato Safari. 

Whether you’re looking for a fresh wardrobe, a taste of the extraordinary or an international voyage, you can find what you want with a few clicks … most of the time. To make your search for luxury online a little easier, we highlight a few blogs that provide a window into the extraordinary.

William Noble’s estate jewelry transcends time and place. Wonders of bygone eras, these rare jewels hold their own in modern fashion and can be seen glittering on the fingers and earlobes of the most notable Crystal Charity Ball guests. Check Noble News, updated daily, for new arrivals, historic context and expert guides to jewelry shopping.

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Need to know where to find Saint Laurent’s nappa leather studded moto jacket? How about Balenciaga’s padlock mini patent leather tote or Organic Avenue’s green juices for home delivery? Dallasite Tina Craig has made snobbery chic, by curating the best of the best and placing it one beautifully manicured click away on

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Enjoy the splendor of Victoria Falls or Botswana’s timeless wilderness as you heed the call of Africa with Micato Safaris – selected nine times by Travel and Leisure as “World’s Best Safari Outfitter.” This thrilling indulgence is one you can feel good about because each safari sale sends an African child to school.

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Who better to follow through Europe than a quick-witted sommelier with a B.A. in art history from Yale and an M.A. in Italian gastronomic culture? Consult Parla Food for a vetted directory of dining and travel destinations. Better yet, let Katie give you a personal tour.

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This blog’s tagline says it all: “Tastes, Tips and Encounters With Great Wines.” And that’s exactly what The Vine, written by the experts at Sotheby’s, provides.

Which bubbly should you consider for your next celebration? Got it. How to appreciate a find Bordeaux. Yep. It’s all here on The Vine.

– By Julianne Harris

President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with seven offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.

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