Hi Shannon :-)
I`m going to try to get us back to an actual discussion of your site, rather than a credibility contest. (heh heh).
I see a couple of things that still need some improvement. Some are
smaller than others, but I would encourage you to get to know a
copywriter who might scan your site and offer some suggestions. For
example, your home page writing still tends to read uncomfortably. The
way you`re repeating the word "Charms" hinders rather than helps the
"flow" of the text.
The layout on that front page also is a bit awkward, causing my eye to
jump around in odd ways. At the top you have an image to the left, with
content to the right. Then, scrolling down, you have a single column.
The transition between 2 and 1 column(s) is a bit disruptive.
But a much more important problem is on your products page. Here you
have a combination of written text, which search engines can pick up,
and graphic text embedded into your product pictures. An example would
be the satin purse, where I can`t even read the text on my larger,
high-resolution monitor. I had to view the image directly just to see
what you`re saying.
That`s not going to help at all. First, search engines can`t read the
text so you`re losing important indexing benefits. Secondly, if I
couldn`t read it, a lot of other potential customers won`t be able to,
either. And third, it makes for an inconveniently large image---the
more large images on the site, the slower things move.
The site definitely is much improved from the original we saw awhile
back. However, there`s still room to grow in your content, layout, and
the "elements" of the site. "Elements" are things like paragraphs of
text, pictures, and other "areas" of stuff on each page. :-)