Sunday, June 24, 2012

{Giveaway} Handmade Tank!

There is something so personal and unique about a handmade item. I admire those who have mastered the skill of knitting. My great friend, Eve, has donated this relaxed tank to the Lovely Life readers! Get excited!
It was mothered especially for you and is made from a rayon, silk, linen & nylon blend. It is incredibly soft and lightweight as a medium size. The color is Earth Stone. The beauty of this neutral top is it's versatility. There are so many options. I can imagine it paired with a colorfully bold necklace or simply with a metallic cuff and natural studs. Either would work beautifully.
Eve is also a colleague of mine in the therapy world. She has executed a successful private practice for 20+ years. Read about it {here}.
Raised in the Midwest...she landed in Raleigh three years ago. Kinda like me...heee he. Knitting is how Eve unwinds. Immeasurable amounts of love and joy are inserted into each piece she creates. I am thrilled my friend made this top especially for YOU.

To win it please leave a comment here, or on Facebook, describing how you would rock this oatmeal asset. Be creative. 
Eve will choose her favorite!  

*Giveaway ends Wednesday June 27 at midnight*


lauren brittany said...

I would so rock this tank with some cut off blue jean shorts and a top bun! I LOVE some lace and I think it would just be perfect with RED pumps or wedges to go along. Maybe even for the 4th of July!!! Oh, how I would love it!!! xoxo

Seana Hallberg said...

I would rock this beautiful earthy top with skinny jeans, and my favorite vintage brown leather cowboy boots, my studded leather wrap bracelet & bangles. It's beautiful. Great piece!!!

lauren brittany said...

or maybe navy wedges... ???

Joanie said...

I would pair this absolutely gorgeous piece with a pair of wonderful beige linen pants, tall cork wedges with a little gold on them, and a bold 2 inch wide gold funky cuff bracelet. I would wear my hair curly....and a big smile too!

Eve Cribbs, LCSW said...

Consider that is is longer than a standard tank and is flowing and drape at the bottom, so think "belt" for a possible look.

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