Giveaway :: Xsilk

Thursday, July 12, 2012

{please visit Xsilk here}

What kind of Good Life doesn’t include the finest textiles around? (Not a very “Good” one, that’s for sure.) Yes, we all love cotton and who doesn’t appreciate a good natural linen? But, silk…silk is where it’s at. Wearing silk is the equivalent of walking through a cool breeze on a warm day, a whisper of touch against your skin. That may sound a tad bit like the opening line of a greeting card but I dare any of you to disagree with me. Silk is quite simply something we all deserve to wear.

Dani Kishino of Xsilk creates stunning works of art with her hand painted silk scarves, blouses and dresses. I honestly didn’t think it was possible to take something as beautiful as silk and make it better, but I have been proven wrong. The Ink Beads on Cream and Chartreuse blouse is one of those items that makes you stand out from the crowd effortlessly. Kishino’s craftsmanship shows the marriage of discipline and artistic integrity with every mindfully placed brush stroke. Xsilk is The Good Life, embodied.

Xsilk is giving away one handpainted silk scarf (pictured above) to one lucky winner! To enter to win, please answer the following question by Thursday, July 20th. Comments now closed…good luck!
What is your proudest accomplishment?
Start checking the winner’s box on Monday, July 23rd, to see if you’ve won!
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  1. 51
    msilba says:

    My two kids ages 11 years and 14 months old.  I could do anything in the world and nothing would be a bigger accomplishment, they are my life:)

  2. 52
    Trisha says:

    Learning that I can rely on just myself, and that I can get through anything.

  3. 53
    anna says:

    learning how to can everything {via my Grandma}. Veggie soup, freezer jam, green soup, pickles. My pantry will be amazing one day.

  4. 54
    Ann Hidayat says:

    My proudest moment is climbing a rock fortress which is 370m in height when i was 15. I have been severely emotionally tested and have got through them but i’m just glad that i did and i don’t think i can ever say that is a source of pride because for me those experiences were humbling.

  5. 55
    Kristen H. says:

    I am really really ridiculously happy. I think that is a pretty big deal!

  6. 56
    Marilyn says:

    Completing medical school!

  7. 57
    Betsy says:

    My proudest moment was realizing and really believing, after years of struggle and heartache, that I can have the life I have always wanted, if I trust my instincts, listen to my heart and let go of the fear of failure.