If you follow me on Instagram, you know by now that I have a major sweet tooth. I have dessert or some sort of sweet treat at least once a day and I truly don’t discriminate. I love chocolate, ice cream, tarts, fruits, cheeses, and any type of dessert put in front of me. I discovered macarons after moving to NYC; they’re quite the dessert favorite in these parts, and they have been added to my sweet tooth repertoire.

Judith Leiber must love macarons as much as I do, because she added a Macaron Pillbox to her eclectic crystal covered collection.

Like the majority of other Judith Leiber items, this pillbox is fully beaded with Austrian crystals in a choice of fuchsia or silk (green). There is a push-lock closure for the body of the case, which measures 6″H x 5″D. No one likes having to carry pills around with them, whether it be Advil or a prescription. I always have Benadryl on me because of my intense allergies, and I’d much prefer carrying around a chic blinged out pillbox any day. Price is $495 via Neiman Marcus.

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  • Fashiondoesntexist

    I love Leiber’s clutches and this one is awesome!


  • who doesn’t love macarons?!
    This is too cute!


  • mlle p

    I think it looks more like a purple It’s-It ice cream sandwich.

  • Happy_kid00

    It is okay, doesn’t look like a macaron at all!

  • Suz

    I think the real macaroon would make a much cuter clutch….

  • Reality Junkie

    A 6″x5″ pillbox sounds GIGANTIC! Mine is about 2″x1″ and carries more pills than I could ever use in a day…

    • Kemilia

      That’s a pill box for Nurse Jackie!

  • 19yearslater

    That’s adorable.

  • Beth

    Megs – I am coming to New York in July and I have to introduce my mom and sister to macarons – where are the best places to get them?  Thanks!

  • wow this is mega cute!! looks very fabulous but then again i think anything macaron does :) btw, if any of you here want to learn HOW to make amazing macarons check out http://www.themacaronmaster.com/

  • san

    ridiculous.. only for coins

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