Giveaway :: Charm Design

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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Hello, October! All of us here at the BSP are so excited to see you! Granted, for some of us (ahem, me, cough, cough) I haven’t quite felt your presence knocking on my door considering my area of the world has been swathed in what is affectionately known as Indian Summer. However, we are going to give you the benefit of the doubt. Further, we are going to celebrate you with springing into fall! It’s all about early evenings, pumpkin flavored everything, and holiday prep lists ’round these parts. Although my adventures scream the changing of the seasons, I will heed your temperature warnings and stick with my tried and true summer uniform of a long and light maxi skirt, a tank, and a small clutch to hold my essentials. (This does call for a new clutch, however. New season and all.)

Charm Design to the rescue! Ranja Lee creates gorgeous bags that will easily carry you from here to there and everywhere in between. Perfectly bright enough for daytime soirees while elegant enough to carry you through your pre-holiday festivities, Lee’s bags are the gorgeous marriage of chic and fun, bright and sophisticated. I am so in love with this Dream Flower Zipper Pouch, I can’t even tell you. From graphics to florals, with Charm Design, you are sure to find the perfect bag to tote your essentials along this journey from “Spring into Fall.”

Charm Design is giving away a $40 gift certificate to the shop to one lucky reader! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Tuesday, October 9th. Comments now closed…good luck!
What is your favorite thing about fall?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, October 8th, to see if you’ve won!
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    Natalie says:

    The jackets and sweaters! It’s not quite cold enough for the big bulky stuff, but just right for the cute ones. I’m not too much of a shopper, but every fall I’d get the itch to buy a new jacket.

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    Emma L says:

    The sound of the wind playing in the foilage, leaves falling to the ground, clinging to my bulky scarf as I walk through the quiet morning mists, a thermos of tea in my hand.

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    Kate B says:

    Fall itself is my favorite season, so it’s tough to single out just one part to call my favorite. I think the most refreshing part is the switch to fall foods. I spend so much of the summer struggling with what I want to cook when even turning the stove on sounds like torture, but as soon as the weather dips to the 60s, I feel inspired by squash and sweet potatoes and slow-simmering chilis and cornbread and ginger and molasses. The switch to autumn wakes me up to the joy of cooking all over again.

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    Theresa says:

    It’s cool! Pumpkins! Knitting at the park without getting crazy looks…

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    Ann Hidayat says:

    Walking through the park taking in the sight and smells of the falling leaves, pretty colourful and reminds me of warm cocoa:)

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    Heather HC says:

    the fresh produce… I absolutely love cooking & baking with fall squash, pumpkins and apples! (requiring lots of quick trips to the grocery store for which a cute little bag is a must, cough cough) 🙂

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    Christy Ann says:

    My favorite things about fall are the leaves changing colors and the smell of the air!

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    Tina_R says:

    September is my birthday month. So to me fall is the beginning of my personal year. Also you can feel the change in the air.

    Here in Southern Arizona the change is very subtle. Doesn’t “hit” you over the head with the seasonal change as it does in other parts of the country. The change is so subtle but noticeable. Especially in September when the sun dramatically makes it’s seasonal shift and sunset adjusts by about an hour.

    Another favorite thing about fall is that October being as mild as it is becomes chock full of events. From October Fest to Chile Fest (yeah green chiles!) to seeing the “Snowbirds” return from the cold climes. Of course November as well becomes very full of events, many leading to Christmas!

    All in all it’s a lovely season for getting out and doing without the 100+ degree temps!

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    Ali H says:

    The cooler weather, the cooler breezes, the warm spiced and salted beverages, wearing tights and boots and sweater dresses and wide brim hats, and most importantly, the colors, everything turns to warm hues of brick red, terra cotta, burnt sienna, deep gold, chestnut brown, and dark hunter and olive greens. Everything from the decorations in houses and the wreaths on doors, to the knit sweaters and trench coats change colors to match the leaves. It’s just spectacular to witness.

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