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Layered

Jeans Fornarina, t-shirt Tristan, boots Aldo, chambray shirt H&M, sweater Forever 21, watch Swatch, bracelets unknown, bag Robert Dice (Winners)
 
Hello lovelies. Today is a double treat day. I am posting a new outfit and will also have a little giveaway where everyone will be a winner, but you will have to read on to find out more about it.
With today's outfit I had fun layering. I find that a sweater over a T-shirt is not warm enough for me these days, now that the polar cold is back. So to keep me warm, I wore a chambray shirt as an extra layer. It also creates a visually more interesting look. As I said before, you have to make sure that the layers are not too bulky otherwise you will look as if you just piled on clothes without thinking it through. Layering is not always the easiest task for me because I am top heavy but choosing the right T-shirt, tailored shirt and sweater allows even me to layer. Even though the jeans I chose for today are loose and low hanging, the outfit still looks put together because the pieces are tailored. Add a statement necklace for some sparkle and a structure handbag for some femininity. The boots you have seen me wear so much this winter are from Aldo, and now they are on sale (gray for $27.49). Don't miss out on this sale!
Now on to the giveaway. I have paired up with Trend Trunk to give my readers a little treat. This giveaway is only available to Canadian residents this time. For those of you not familiar with Trend Trunk already, here is a little background.
Trend Trunk is a social marketplace where you buy, sell, and donate amazing new and pre-loved fashion. They want to create a space that, besides being fashionable, is sustainable. I am a member since December and have already made over $300 selling my items. You can see my closet here. They believe that one person's lonely wardrobe is another's true love. Do you have items you don't want anymore? You can cash your closet and use those funds to shop another user's closet, donate funds to a charity of your choice or get the funds deposited directly into your account.
It's easy as 1, 2, 3.
Register online. Snap photo of your item and upload and follow a few easy steps. Shipping is made easy and fast. Once your item is sold, Trend Trunk will notify you and send you a trackable pre-paid shipping label already addressed to the buyer. You just print and attach to your package, drop at a local Canada Post office or pop it in the nearest mailbox, and you are done.
Now what do you win today? EVERY single person will win a gift card (valid in Trend Trunk money only) between $5 and $250 simply for registering. I will send you a link directly to your in-box through which you can register and receive your the gift card. What you need to do?
Like my Facebook page here (if you have not already).
Leave a comment below with your email address and your Facebook name. If you are having issues leaving a comment, please email me directly. 
I will email the registration link specifically for you, directly to you in-box. The contest is open to Canadian residents only and will start today and go until February 9, 2014.
Good luck! Ciao!

Aleksandra <3


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  1. Stunning photos! I love your jewelry.
    www.styleandbeautyforless.co.uk

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  2. love that sweater!

    xoxo
    loveisalittlenumber.blogspot.com

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  3. Did you want to send me an email nina6416@gmail.com so I can register for that web site... I have ton of brand name clothes I would love to sell... :)

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  4. You really are great at layering :D
    Too bad I'm not canadian :/

    http://mykindofjoy.blogspot.pt/

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  5. Email address sent to your email directly.
    Love your sweater! :)

    Boki

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  6. Awesome contest!

    andrews_cheryl at hotmail dot com

    FB name is Cheryl Andrews-Morreale

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  7. Prelepo! Mnogo mi se svidja torba!

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  8. Such a perfect layering! Absolutely love your lips, so perfect and bright!

    <3
    http://zazzish.blogspot.pt/

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