Monday, October 29, 2012

For the Love of Fashion Giveaway

Splash of color from Style

I'm all about scarves lately and I can't help admiring a woman who knows how to wear them. My pastor's wife, Erin, is one of those women. I have a few ways to wear them and rarely venture outside that comfort zone. How about you? Do you love to spiff up your wardrobe with a splash of color from a scarf?

I also love jewelry... especially jewelry that seems to make a statement. I'm always looking for unique pieces.

Whatever your style, I'm confident you'll find something you like from Style   

Loving this one, too!

Style brings you all the latest trends and hottest collection of fashion jewelry and accessories for 40-70% off! Sometimes, going green just means saving some green, which in these tough economic times, sure comes in handy!

Since we're talking fashion, which isn't your usual Monday fare from Green Grandma, why not throw in a giveaway? With Christmas right around the corner, wouldn't a $50 gift card to a store specializing in fashion come in handy? We have 4 to give away to 4 lucky readers!


For the Love of Fashion Giveaway is hosted by 

I love this Evo Chain bracelet from Style!

Earring bling from Style

Four lucky readers will receive one of the following: $50 Nordstrom Gift Card, $50 Old Navy Gift Card, $50 H&M Gift Card and $50 Forever 21 Gift Card!

Giveaway ends November 12th at 11:59pm.
Open to US residents, ages 18+

To enter please use the Rafflecopter form below. 
Good luck!
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Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Green Grandma is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment. 


  1. I saw your post about vinegar and GMO's. (Couldn't seem to find it again to comment on it, though.) I believe that Monsanto is single-handedly destroying the world's food supply. (And for whatever bizarre reason, it's especially disappoing to me that DuPont is in the middle of all that mess, too, since they're local to where I grew up. I don't know why that makes a difference - I hate that I can't support the local business, I guess.)

    Anyway, I saw this today and thought of you and that post, and wondered if you'd seen it yet:

    1. Thanks, Rachel. No, I hadn't seen that post. I will definitely check it out. And I agree 100% with your take on Monsanto. Also, look into the link between DuPont and the banning of hemp production in this country. Truly disturbing.


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