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A Giveaway

I am super excited about today's post because not only am I hosting my first giveaway but I get to tell you about an amazing new online boutique, ever+mi.crush. It is the brain child of a husband and wife team who share a love for vintage art, design, music, and fashion. The boutique is full of trendy, with a bit of vintage flair, pieces from a variety of up and coming designers such as Dear Creatures and Darling UK. Their collection is impressive enough in itself (I want almost everything), but what sold me on ever+mi.crush is their commitment to affordability; their prices are 10-20% less than their competitors. 

some of my favorites 1) autumn in early morning coat, 2) calm and collected peplum top,
3) jupiter at night dress, 4) opposites attract skirt,  5) mint truffle necklace,
 6)7) pretty little bow dress, 7) zoe tote

Now for the giveaway...ever+mi.crush has offered to send one lucky reader this beautiful necklace

roses for you necklace

Isn't it a perfect fall and winter accessoryEnter below for a chance (or 3) to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Total Transparency - ever+mi.crush contacted me about doing this giveaway. I am not receiving any compensation; I just thought it be fun and that my readers should know about their boutique - it's amazing! However, I have also agreed to write a review on a dress from ever+mi.crush which I will be receiving at no cost. All opinions expressed are my own.

  Giveaway Day


  1. What a great collection! Congrats to them, and you on your first blog giveaway!

  2. Very cute things, Rachel! Love the Moonlight Garden dress... :) Congrats on your first giveaway!!

  3. I can't decide if the Anastasia dress or the Autumn Owl sweater is my favorite. Such a fun little boutique!

  4. I THINK :) my favorite is the Calm and Collected peplum top . . . .thrilled to participate in your first giveaway!

  5. I love their purses! They are all so cute!

  6. I like the Pure at Heart dress

  7. I liked Egyptian Dreams Bracelet :)

  8. Paint a Rose necklace

  9. Their whole collection is so cute! I had a hard time picking one thing, but I really like the Simple Sparrow Necklace. The pop of turquoise does it for me! :) Really enjoy your blog! Tyler

  10. My favorite item is Day and Night Owl Earrings by Violet Bella!


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