No matter what designer you covet or which styles you as a retailer would like to carry for your clientele, there are replica watches out there in every model and maker.
We've all been there: in the stylist's chair ready to make a major change, only to be advised that the look we covet will result in damaged hair and split ends.
The company's wares are prestigious and elegant, and hold a certain allure for consumers who covet the famous logo as much as they covet the handbag itself.
If you'd like to be noticed without possessing the flair of a fire hydrant, then Curran's devotion to greens, blacks, grays, and almost passive pink polka dots will provide you with at least something to covet.
The commercial for Covet by Sarah Jessica Parker features the actress clad in a frothy Christian Lacroix gown, smashing a store window with her stiletto shoe in order to grab a bottle of Covet.
That's all well and good - it says something for a bag's quality when so many people covet it - but it certainly doesn't allow a woman to express herself as uniquely as she would like.
When France had grown strong, under Philip Augustus, the house of Plantagenet still retained a broad territory in Gascony and Guienne, and the house of Capet could not but covet the possession of the largest surviving feudal appanage which marred the solidarity of their kingdom.
Notwithstanding his frequent protests that he did not covet power, but longed for retirement, we find him again, so late as 1835, within three years of his death, in hopes of office under Peel.
And so the promise attached to the fifth commandment was probably not on the tables, and the tenth commandment may have simply been, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house," which includes all that is expressed in the following clauses.
To gain a clear distinction between the ninth and tenth commandments on this scheme it has usually been felt to be necessary to follow the Deuteronomic text, and make the ninth commandment, Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife.'