Saturday, September 26, 2009

something for nothing



hi friends. i'm doing another giveaway with chickdowntown.com for these awesome LNA zipper leggings that are just perfect for all kinds of Fall layering. all i'm asking of you is to leave me a comment with some feedback about what you would like to see more of on here. the more outlandish, the better. someone please ask me to dress up in a tutu or take pictures of my toes. just kidding but really whatever you'd like to see here and i will try my best to honor all requests. then on wednesday october 7, 2009 I'll pick a name and announce the lucky winner. also check out chickdowntown's twitter where they have a thing called Amy's daily giveaway. while you're at it get a bunch free stuff!

*International readers are eligible for this contest however a customs fee may apply to winner.

19 comments:

softspoken said...

i like it when you post pics of things you've drawn and made and such <3

supaaflychica said...

I love that you have such GREAT taste!

supaaflychica said...

oh my email is kandiegurlie23 [at] aol [dot] com

Leproust Vintage said...

What a fantastic giveaway!

I love your outfit posts (like the one below)!

Cassie said...

More information on good places to thrift around.. maybe some descriptions of places you like to shop and why! because you've got some awesome taste, and awesome finds!

Nikita said...

I would love to see more of your posts on the books you like and all that great stuff because I'm really into literature and I think you are too! And just pictures of the outfits you put together that's how I found your site was through Wardrobe_Remix. Wear something crazy!

arubaviolinist15@yahoo.com

Lydia said...

I'd like too see ever more of your gorgeous collection of vintage finds...you seem to have the best luck!

my email is lokello_89@hotmail.com

Ashley said...

I loooove these leggings! As for feedback, maybe you could do more detail pictures, where you zoom in on a particular part of your outfit to show off little details of it, like your jewelry or shoes or hairstyle... you know what I mean? I'm not sure if I made much sense, lol!

-Ashley
http://breakfastatsaks.blogspot.com

mardoc said...

I'd like to see more of your own outfit posts to see what creative things you come up with.

Kait said...

you should dress in more edwardian gear. i'd like to see an edward/victoria montage, please

stefanie cavanaugh said...

So far I've loved everything that you've done..the pictures are awesome as are the settings and scenery!
What I would like to see is more layering of the items that you sell...so you get me (and others) to buy the whole outfit.
And some pics of tutus and feet would help as well :)
stefaniecavanaugh@yahoo.com

Valencia Lia said...

Ohhh what a lovely giveaway this is !!

I love the zipper on those leggings:)

Would love to see more outfit posts here and maybe alittle on your personal life as well.
Or you could have a Q&A post too!

Milla said...

I'd like to see more of your boyfriend! hahahah, seriously, don't ever change or maybe some more outfit posts? or maybe your poetry?

Caroline said...

Hrm...I like your blog as is, but I wouldn't say no to a photo of a unicorn.

Jeanette said...

you cross your legs in pretty dresses shutting out the city.

arianne said...

I enjoy everything on here. I would love to see more - What I Wore - And more thrift store finds. Just so I could enjoy more. I'm selfish

Anonymous said...

I would like to see you in a black and white photo in one of your outfits with hand tinting for your colors (your choice of colors & where to put the colors).

Jacky said...

I think it'd be neat if you imagined outfits that the characters in your favorite books would wear. Like, here is my Moonchild from the Neverending Story. Or Anna Karenina's suicide garb.

Jacky said...

and i bet you already sent off those leggings but i think you should consider my suggestion because all these other ones are lacking, and also because i'd like to see your take on hadley hemingway in a moveable feast. or as gertrude stein. or zelda. as described by good ol earnest ernest.