Giveaway :: Rachel Reinhardt

Thursday, November 1, 2012

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No matter the season, jewelry always has the ability to transcend. Think about it. Jewelry is generally the last thing we put on before we leave. It is the exclamation point at the end of the metaphorical sentence. It punctuates our mood, our state of mind. Granted, this isn’t a scientific study, but I’m pretty sure all accessory decisions are based in emotion. I know that I start with style but that, ultimately, my accessory decisions are all finalized depending on how I feel. There is also a moment of grace in choosing the right accessory. It is the icing on the cake, so to speak. Accessorizing is the perfect activity to celebrate “Abundance.”

Rachel Reinhardt is your go-to for chic, elegant, sophisticated jewelry that can transform your look with a simple clasp of a chain or dangle from the ear. These are the type of pieces that celebrate the abundance in your life with pretty gems, shiny chains, gorgeous beading. This Layered Mixed Metal Swag Necklace is the epitome of glamour and elegance. Rachel Reinhardt is the perfect way to honor your abundance. And allow your cup to runneth over.

Rachel Reinhardt is giving away one pair of Vermeil and Pyrite Chandelier Earrings to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question no later than Thursday, November 8th. Comments now closed…good luck!
If you were to find yourself with a full afternoon to yourself, free from other obligations, what would you do?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, November 12th, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 1
    heather f says:

    I love to decorate the house and my huge fireplace mantle. I would work on my annual fall mantle scene

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    Jenni says:

    Right now it’s so cold here in the midwest, and i’m so stressed from work and school…. I would love to just take an afternoon and go get a pumpkin spice latte and then come home and snuggle on my couch with my puppies, my warm drink and a good book. (that is NOT school related) Oh it just sounds so wonderful! (Even better if snow was lightly falling outside) 🙂

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    Shelby says:

    Grab a cup of coffee and go thrifting!

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    Anne Hutchinson says:

    Go wandering through an antique barn, looking for old lirary card catalogue drawers and vintage bells and jewelry.

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    Juliet Farmer says:

    read, watch tv and putter about. 🙂

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    kim gordon says:

    Take a bubble bath….make a cup of tea…hop into bed and watch a movie..

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    Elisa says:

    Grab my wonderful husband and two adorable dogs and go on and nice, long hike. The trees are still changing colors here and while a little chilly, it is beautiful. 

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    Tiffany says:

    I would take myself out to afternoon tea. I love the ceremony of having tea. There are beautiful dishes, fancy little sandwiches, sweet little desserts and oh the wonderful warm cozy tea! My “company” would be a favorite book, or perhaps a magazine I haven’t had a chance to read.

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    Sarah Jane says:

    Ah, what a lovely afternoon to imagine…. I’d go to the library for a good book from my too read list, stop by my favorite little sandwich shop, and go to the park by the river & sit on the wall and feel my brain, tummy & soul.

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    I’d love to spend an afternoon wandering the city aimlessly, stopping a thousand times to take pictures.

    I’d start off at the farmer’s market, treating myself to a Nutella crepe, fresh coffee, and local ice cream! I’d stop at every stall to take in all the local vendors and their wares, from mason jars packed with flowers to freshly baked pastries and bright fruits and veggies!

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    Athena R says:

    I would curl up in a chair in my reading nook and spend the day reading and have some hot tea.

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    jane says:

    i would read a good (hard copy) book, in a park in nice sunny weather but with a cool breeze blowing and a steaming hot chai latte in hand. i’ve never read a book in a park, let alone reading in a park at my own comfortable pace before! 

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    Sydney says:

    I’d take myself on a date: me and me alone: pack up a lunch and find myself a grass patch. Nothing is nicer than reading a book and falling asleep in the sun, absolutely nothing. 

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    Amzi says:

    I would make my own latte and then surf blogs and flickr for inspiring pretty pictures while I drink it. 🙂

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    Lydia says:

    Dante’s Comedia + hazelnut coffee + afghan + couch + sunbeam.

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    Aleta says:

    I would definitely have to take an afternoon cat nap, spend some time in my garden, and some time by the pool reading (imagining it’s a sunny afternoon)!

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    Courtney says:

    Ride my bike around town, get some fro-yo, stop into Daiso and look at interesting items.

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    Jennifer says:

    I would get a latte, grab a book and my cat and get into bed. Oh, and I’d probably light a fire, too. (In the fireplace, of course!)

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    Trisha says:

    I would read, drink a glass of wine and nap. 

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    AmyB says:

    Take a bath! In the rare instance that I actually get a bath (instead of a five minute shower) there are always little fingers under the door and cries of “Mama done? Mama done?” Having a toddler is a precious era in life – time is precious, sleep is precious, uninterrupted time in the bathroom is precious!

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    ren says:

    read. maybe fall asleep reading for a little bit and then read some more.

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    LaTanya says:

    Go shopping and then go to a nice restaurant to enjoy some good food.

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    Noma says:

    I would try to do one of those creative craft thingys people love, like making a fringe scarf out of an old over-sized t-shirt of my hubby’s. When that turns out to be a horrible fail, I would then dramatically throw the tortured shirt to the side, grab a pack of children’s gummies, pull on some socks, and dance like its summer ’09 to the song “Heartbreaker” by MSTRKRFT

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    Nikki says:

    Lay in the hammock under the walnut trees and let the cats purr on my stomach. I’d stay there until dusk starts to fall and then float back to the house and my family on a cloud of daydreams. 

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    Melinda KE says:

    I would get all bundled up, go for a long walk at the park to take in all the beauty around me, have lunch at a restaurant in a neighborhood I have never been to ( I have a long list of neighborhoods that I want to explore and restaurants I’d like to try), visit some of my favorite junk shops searching for new treasures, hope to find a bakery so I can pick up a little treat to enjoy, go see a movie, then head home to curl up on the couch and snuggle with my kitty…although, she’s usually a brat and doesn’t want to snuggle! Ha!

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    Christina P says:

    I would take a nap. Then I would start a polymer clay project. I’ve never made anything with polymer clay before, so I would need a few hours to play. Then I need to be around while it bakes and to glaze it. So that would take a full afternoon!

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    Valerie C. says:

    I’d put my feet up and relax  🙂

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    Jac says:

    I would go outside with a good book,, some music, and a drink. I would read and lounge in the sun until I feel asleep.

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    Sharon says:

    I would spend the afternoon on the deck in the trees and the cool autumn air with a good book, in the hammock.

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    Emma L says:

    I would go apple picking, barefoot. SInce the afternoon clearly is magical (otherwise, I would not be off work), I would wear something incredible and romantic, and my husband would appear out of nowhere bringing tasty treats and kisses.

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    Heather N. says:

    Buy an iced coffee from my favorite coffee shop and lie in the park in the sun with a good book 🙂

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    Madeline says:

    i would wander into all the little shops i pass by every day and think “one day i’ll pop in there.”

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    Deirdre says:

    I would take a train into NYC and visit my local coffee shop where I’d sip a cup of joe, eat a delicious cookie and then head over for an afternoon of thrift shopping. 

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    Denise says:

    I find that when I supposedly have nothing to do, I am more likely to keep busy and get things done. There’s just something about a relaxed and stress-free day that makes me want to be more productive. These are the days when I’d be baking while having some tea. Or revisiting a DIY project I’d been neglecting.

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    Ali H says:

    1. Light some candles that all smell awesome
    2. Put on some smooth acoustic jazz music
    3. Open a bunch of windows to let the breeze flow through
    4. Knit, read, and write letters to send to my friends who live in other cities (oh the charm of traditional postage!)

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    Ambre says:

    Having a newborn, if given a whole afternoon, I would sleep!

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    Lubaska says:

    Watch a TV or browse old bookmarks in my PC…

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    Luisa says:

    I would first go shopping at one of my fav designer stores. Then go for high tea at one of the most beautiful hotels in NOTL. And possibly more shopping. There is always time for more shopping!!!

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    Lindsay says:

    I can tell in this situation that the afternoon would pass faster than I can imagine! I think I would definitely want to go get out of the house on my own, since my job requires me sitting at a desk and speaking to people all day. I would probably put on a fun sundress, and walk to my favourite park. From there I would walk to some thrift shops and have a poke around without looking at my watch – that’s how you find the best stuff! I would get some ingredients from a market on the way home to make a really indulgent dinner as well, the best way to top off a day!

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    Cathy F says:

     The house, the laundry, my son all take precedence over everything. I’ve been longing to get into my studio, put on some spa music and lose myself in Art.

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    Tiffany A. says:

    I would take a long hot bath, paint my nails, shave my legs, blow dry my hair… Then curl up in bed with my husband and watch a movie, maybe read a little and then get a good nights sleep! With my newborn I haven’t been able to do any of that in a month!

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    Regan says:

    I’d get a massage and then spend the rest of the day on the couch, knitting and watching Law & Order, with my sweet kitty, Twink.

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    echo says:

    I wish I could truthfully answer painting in my studio.  What typically happens with the gift of a free afternoon is whiling away the day with my husband, which thankfully happens to be a wonderful use of time.

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    Leah D says:

    I would go hunting for a new pair of heels in the city- an elusive luxury.

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    Rebekah says:

    i’d go for a walk around the lake … organize my overflowing closet … or read something just for fun … then, i would play with my cat & rabbit for a bit before cooking something from scratch for dinner before my husband comes home from work

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    Theresa says:

    Read, or knit, or both!

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    Nicole says:

    I would read. I always have a huge list of books I want to read and never enough time to read them all!

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    Julie says:

    I would go see a movie, all by myself.  I can’t think of anything better than going to movies in the middle of the day, when everyone else at work or school, busy with their lives.   I’d have the theater practically to myself, a bag of popcorn in my lap, some m&ms and a great story to get lost in.  That would be a treat! 

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    Cathy Polley says:

    I have been waiting for a special lazy day with no plans. My grandson will soon be 2 years old and I have a stack of photos waiting to be scrapebooked. I would love to start that project.

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