Friday, July 9, 2010

SHABBY APPLE GIVEAWAY {CLOSED}

The time has come for my very first blog giveaway! It will be for this beautiful (and versatile) Shabby Apple dress.

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Heres what you have to do to win it:
1. Make sure you are following Distinctly Desiree on Blogger, Google Reader, or Bloglovin'.
2. Leave me a comment by Friday, July 16th stating the following things:
  • Your name
  • You email address
  • The answer to these two questions: "How would you style this dress?" and "Where would you wear this dress?"
Make sure you get your entry in by midnight on Friday, July 16th and I will post/contact the winner on Saturday, July 17th.

And a huge thanks to Shabby Apple for sponsoring this giveaway.

10 comments:

diva said...

That dress is just so French! I would wear this dress while shopping on Newbury Street and exploring the nearby farmer's market at Copley Square in Boston this fall. It definitely calls for some adorable red 40s heels and a shiny belt to highlight the waist. Perhaps even a ladylike hat and short white gloves, if the weather is chilly.

alya said...

Cute casual dress! Right - so I would totally play into the nautical theme, which is not original at all but something I've never actually done. An anchor necklace, a big floppy hat with a black ribbon in it, a bright blue belt...I think I'd have to add some edgy black wedges or heels though so as not go completely overboard. (Unintentionally bad, bad pun!)

Alya, kookulai@yahoo.com

Audrey said...

Wow! Such a pretty dress! I would wear it to church or a fancy dinner with some pearls and some white or black high heels. Or I would do the nautical theme with a cute straw purse, espadrilles in white, and a CUTE anchor necklace.
Audrey at aewilzn@etczone.com

elizabethashleyphoto said...

I love the dress! It's so perfect and looks really easy to wear, which is always important to me. I would love to win it!

I would wear this to work for sure, and probably to church or a nicer weekend gathering. I'm not a huge fan of the nautical look for myself, so I probably wouldn't go that route but would just keep it simple with fun black or red shoes and simple accessories. I think a belt in an unexpected color or print would look great too!

Elizabeth, elizabethashleyphoto@gmail.com

Dawnjane said...

I love this dress!
I am absolutely inloveee with stripes right now. I would wear this either on a date downtown with my boyfriend, or even to work at my school! Great giveaway :)

Jane.
janeymacy@hotmail.com

laura said...

I would wear it to the symphony next fall- perfect with some patent heels and a sweet coat.
laura
lauraloops at gmail dot com
(google reader follower!)

Anna said...

I would wear it to church or out to dinner or to a nicer dinner party . I would wear a silver and black butterfly necklace and a silver-colored watch with some red or black patent leather shoes. If it was cold I would put a thin cardigan over it. Maybe for more casual events I would wear a black cap-style hat. I <3 this dress!

Anna , purplegirl97@gmail.com

Angie said...

Anxhela
geminicutie4lifeyahoocom
In order to express how I would style this dress, I used Polyvore to create a look that best expressed how I would wear this dress, I thought I would show you rather than tell you. So here's the link to the look:
http://www.polyvore.com/meet_me_in_paris/set?id=20691963
Hope you like it.
Idealy I would wear this dress on a romantic trip to Paris. But for now a brunch with the women in my family and my closest girlfirends at a French restaurant or cafe.
Good luck everyone.

Kayla said...

Kayla
godkay1886@yahoo.com
www.sequinissues.blogspot.com
This dress is adorable! I would probably add a black belt, and some out of this world pearls. With some simple shoes this dress could go anywhere! It would be perfect for work, church or a great night out with the boyfriend!

Henria O. said...

I would pair this dress with a simple black hair tie or a black beret and finish off with a pair of dainty patent leather ballet flats. This dress is perfect for work, travel, shopping, dates or bible studies! So versatile!

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