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Who says medical tools and paraphernalia has to be ugly and bland? Or beige? Here are some of our recommendations of vendors and crafters who are making beautiful things to help you live well.
BussBuss bills itself as "the online shopping magazine with style," but you'll find advice and goodies for everything from holiday gifts to pets—plus a chance to win cool prizes.
BussBuss founder and editor Kelly Lee aims "to bridge the gap between glossies, entertainment and the Web, combining the best of all worlds." With a tilt toward undiscovered or overlooked designers and fashions, BussBuss goes way beyond being another online catalog. Look for Lee's Spring Handbag Guide or a snappy interview with jewelry designer Helen Chi.
Seriously sun-blocking (but cute) clothes for women and kids.
Chronique Couture is "Trés Chic for the Chronically Unique!"
This little shop is designer with ChronicBabes in mind, and is chock full of supercute fashions for body and home, like cute bags for walkers and wheelchairs, beaded medical alert bracelets, syringe cases covered in crystals...what's not to love?
Free, once-daily e-mails tip readers off to the latest (and cutest) in fashion, food, and more.
LemonAid Crutches provides (beautifully) blinged-out crutches to those of us who want something a little more stylish than standard beige vinyl.
Gorgeous fabrics and patterns to better reflect your babedom!
Download free desktops and icons, or shop for uber-cute clothes, accessories, and other schwag.
The Beadin' Beagle
Fashionable medical ID jewelry, including bracelets, anklets, and handbag charms.
Choose your condition, choose your charms, and the Beadin' Beagle (a.k.a. Tina Sprigg) will make you a swanky piece of jewelry that will boost your safety factor, too. ChronicBabes get 15% off (just type "chronic"--no quotes--in the customer code box when checking out). Plus: Swarovski crystals! Whoa.
Ooo la la! Watch your friends ask where *they* can buy that hand-crafted bracelet.
Little do they know your daintiness is actually your medical ID jewelry made by Rosemary Thornton.
We're All Thumbs
So it's an old pun. The thumb thing is just too nifty to ignore because of our lame-o humor.
Hold your book open with one hand using the thumb thing, and you're free to multitask. Did we mention it's pink?