Hooray, the wait is over!
This is the Internet’s largest fashion-based giveaway event, and this season, with over 115 bloggers participating and over $25,000 in prizes, it’s the biggest one to date! And as promised, Suburban Style Challenge has some amazing prizes for you, all of them hand made with the utmost care, by three incredible women!
First, is our Grand Prize.
One lucky winner will receive this stunning hand-knit scarf from J-Na Haute Couture. A one-of a kind, this scarf was hand-knit with silk and cashmere and has shimmering, authentic Swarovski crystals embedded in it. As with all of J-na’s pieces, this black and brown scarf is the ultimate in luxe, and will make the wearer feel rich and famous! Retail value of this beautiful scarf is $300.
If you don’t win the Grand Prize, don’t worry! You still have a chance to win more great stuff!
Our second place winner gets a prize pack.
Driftwood is sponsoring our second place prize with a fantastic prize pack! One luck winnery will get two pairs of earrings and two hair pins from Drifwood. All of her pieces are hand made, using fair trade items whenever possible.
The two pairs of earrings you’ll get are the Fair Trade Paper Bead earrings and the Cream & Brown Dangling earrings. The Fair Trade Paper Bead earrings are completely fair trade, and are made with locally bought supplies. They feature lovely hand-made paper beads in a beautiful blue color and fair trade glass on silver plated head pins. The Cream & Brown Dangling earrings are great for an earthy, yet elegant look. They are made with cream-colored river shell beads, and brown glass pearls, and one one of Heather’s favorite pieces.
You will also get two hair pins. One is made from an antique locket, and is very unique. The other is made from a smaller silver bead, and is perfect for adding a little texture and sparkle to your look. Total retail value of this prize pack from Driftwood is $52.
And don’t worry, there’s still one more prize you can win here at SSC if you’re not our second place winner here at Suburban Style Challenge.
Our third place winner gets something pretty too!
Our final winner gets a dainty bow necklace from Ali Oesch. Another hand-made piece, this silver Bow-tiful necklace is simple and perfect for everyday wear. It’s also a great piece for layering! The Bow-tiful necklace features a signature “Ali” charm on the back, so you know it’s an Ali Oesch original. This necklace has become one of my go-to pieces for wearing day to day, and will no doubt become yours as well. It’s even Ali’s own favorite piece! Retail value of the Bow-tiful necklace is $28.
And let’s not forget all of the other prizes you can win from all of the other amazing bloggers participating in the Fall 2012 Fashionista event! Scroll down to see the linky.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
The Fall Fashionista Giveaway Event is the amazing brainchild of The Chief Blonde at Still Blonde After All These Years. Her co-hosts for the event are Katy Rose of ModlyChic and Kristyn of K Squared Glamour. And, of course, a huge thanks to our sponsors, J-Na Haute Couture, Driftwood, and Ali Oesch.
Now’s your chance to enter for your chance to win one of our three amazing prizes! Use the Rafflecopter below to enter.
Don’t forget the fab Grand Prize!
I know you didn’t–how could you?! Bella Bag is offering a Louis Vuitton Red Epi Speedy 25 Purse ($795 from Bella Bag, $1200 retail). This amazing bag could be yours, yes, yours! All you have to do is enter to win it!
You want more?
You asked for it! Here’s a list of all the other bloggers participating in this fantastic event! There’s over 115 of them, and you can enter for your chance to win at each and every blog! Go, now! If you do, you can gain one extra entry a day until the 17th here at Suburban Style Challenge!
Disclaimer: Still Blonde After All These Years, Fashionista Giveaway Events, or the Fashionista Giveaway Event bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes.
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