Sunday, 20 September 2009

And the winner is...





My first giveaway win. I tend not to comment on giveaway posts but I had already 'favourited' these ear-rings on Flickr before learning that they were to be up for grabs on Laura's blog, See Hear Say. The ear-rings are by Serena Bianco and made using the old tradition of tatting which the designer learned from her grandmother. Being the pink lover I am, I adore the shades and intricate detailing of the design and the sheer size make them a fantastic statement piece. Thank you Laura!

29 comments:

  1. looks great on you hun, enjoy!

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  2. They look fantastic! Congratulations on the win. :) BTW, thanks so much for leaving your lovely comments about my NYFW coverage. I feel like I've been overdoing the pictures. A little restraint is necessary ;) Hope you have a fantastic week!

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  3. They look fantastic! Congratulations on the win. :) BTW, thanks so much for leaving your lovely comments about my NYFW coverage. I feel like I've been overdoing the pictures. A little restraint is necessary ;) Hope you have a fantastic week!

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  4. Oh my dear, you're soooo beautiful, and those earrings are great!

    I missed your blog during my holidays, I was glad you wrote me!

    How have you been?

    mwah*

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  5. Congratulations! They look great.=)

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  6. Ooh congratulations, the detailing is amazing. They look wonderful :) Hope you're having a beautiful weekend!

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  7. That's so exciting! Congretulations :DD

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  8. oh, those earrings look so lovely! and no, the photos aren't actually taken in scotland, they were taken in england in a forest near where i live :)

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  9. Aw, how sweet are these, they look so wonderful on you. Loving the breton stripes too!

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  10. Those are too cute! They look so intricate and feminine!

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  11. congrats dear!they look great!

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  12. everytime i see such wonderful earrings i feel like i should get my ears pirced. a day later i forget about it... those are amazing pieces!

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  14. So pretty !
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  15. All the better that these are hand crafted. They look great. How was the September issue? It is released on DVD tomorrow. I have ordered a copy but would like to hear your opinion. Is it showing at The Tyneside? I prefer to see things on the big screen.

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  16. OMG. I'm happy for you and jealous all at the same time. They're beautiful!!!!

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  17. They're beautiful! Congratulations on the win.

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  18. So pretty! You lucky girl! I never win anything! I need my luck to change! I'm going to start thinking LUCKY thoughts. Haha. Hope you had a lovely weekend!!!!

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  19. Looks great...you're one lucky girl!

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  20. Hello there,

    I've just hopped over from puglyfeet and really enjoyed my visit here at your lovely blog:)

    I adore the pink earrings and the wonderful posts on Paris below. I went to Paris 3 months ago and am still posting about it till today!

    I'm now a follower!

    xx,
    Sher

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  21. Im liking your breton striped top...im really into them at the moment!
    MargieF
    xxx

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  22. Congrats on winning these! They are beautiful and suit you so well. I love the detailing on these... they remind me of traditional lace embroidery.

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