4.24.2010

Giveaway


It's Giveaway time folks! I have decided to giveaway this amazing purse as a token of my gratitude.

Here's the rules:

1. Must be a follower on either Blogspot or BlogLovin, or both for double the chance to win. Just leave me two comments so that it's counted in the random number generator.
2. Make sure to include your e-mail so that I have a way to contact you!
3. Answer the following question: If you could travel to one place during one time period when and were would it be? There are no stupid answers I'm just curious and interested to see you're answers.

This is open to international readers as well.

I will choose a winner on Wednesday!

Good luck everyone!!!!

170 comments:

Laura xo said...

lovely giveaway! enter me please :)
gerpolian@gmail.com
i would probably want to live in Rome during the Roman empire...but probably as a man because the women had it pretty rough! is that a strange answer? haha xxx

Anna said...

i follow on blogspot! the purse is really gorgeous too!

i'd want to be in japan in the 19th century. i love the geisha culture and would definitely want to experience it firsthand.

unistar_anna@hotmail.com

CindyRex said...

I follow on blogspot!

I would have to say I would love to visit Paris in the 1930's!

teatimewithdinosaurs@gmail.com

CindyRex said...

And I also follow on bloglovin

Meg said...

this is me following on blogspot

meghan_johnny (at) hotmail.com

Meg said...

and I already was following on bloglovin :)

meghan_johnny (at) hotmail.com

Diana, The Girl Overboard said...

Yeah, the purse!!!
I'd want to be in Paris during the French Revolution :)

Love, Diana
http://thegirloverboard.tumblr.com

Melissa said...
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anni said...

I just love that bag<3

I would go to egypt, when it was still ruled by faraos. I would love to see all the mysteries of that time with my own eyes. I think that the history of egypt is so fascinating. I would see how the pyramids rice, and how the faraos are buried, and so many other things. Oh, that would be just wonderful ! :)

anniliina.salmi@hotmail.com

p.s I follow you on blogspot, and i read your blog everyday ;) it's so lovely <3

Lisa said...

I would love to travel to maybe 500 years from now in the future to find out what happens.
starshipnarcissus.blogspot.com

Lisa said...

bloglovin also:)

Silverjacketgirl said...

West-Germany during the time of RAF (red army fraction).

little.black.cloud@hotmail.com

Sidney said...

For Blogspot.

oh i can't believe your giving the purse away!!! well this is my chance so...

i would go to new york in the 1960's :)

love sid xx

www.chatbananas.blogspot.com

Sidney said...

... and again for bloglovin'
xxx

ClaraVivian said...

I would love to travel to Paris in the 1920's

claravbutler@gmail.com

RepublicOfChic said...

India (silly to say my own country), but pre-colonial times when royal wealth overflowed and cultural diversity was at its peak and costumes were festive day or night :)

Been your follower a while now, here and..

RepublicOfChic said...

...on bloglovin' :)

Boheme.Fille said...

I'm a follower here on blogspot:)
boheme.fille@yahoo.com
I would love to go to England in the victorian age:)

Carys said...

I would go to Paris in the late 1930s-1940s and go to an Edith Piaf concert!
carys_lavilleinconnue@yahoo.com

Boheme.Fille said...

Btw: I so, so love this purse:)

shoeless simone said...

That purse is amazing :)
And London in the 60s, hands down

-Shoeless Simone
pearlymone@gmail.com

shoeless simone said...

Also following you on bloglovin!

nancy : The Sway Report said...

My answer would 100% be 1920-30s France. Can you imagine? Then you could take a trip with your friends to Morocco or Tunisia.... <3

Ok, bloglovin follower! Another comment comin' up because I followed u through Google also!

xo
nancy

nancy : The Sway Report said...

Ok, second comment for following through google.

Second time/place to live in would be 1950s Italy!

LincolnTaft said...

osheaallison@yahoo.com

I would go back to the 1800's and hang around ohio/indiana area, in hopes of meeting John Chapman, who was the real life Johnny Appleseed. I would do a series of interviews with him and document his travels.

LincolnTaft said...

I also follow you on Bloglovin

Two For Tea said...

I'd love to travel to England between 1788-1807 because I'd LOVE to be involved in the movement for abolition of the slave trade. It's just so incredibly inspiring and I'd love to know I could do something to make a difference <3

ccamillo@students.nwc.edu
http://twoforteaplease.blogspot.com/

Two For Tea said...

And I follow you on both Bloglovin' and Blogspot :)

ccamillo@students.nwc.edu
http://twoforteaplease.blogspot.com/

Cambria

Jenni said...

Love your blog--I have it in my reader, but I just started following you on Blogger. :D
This is tough! There are so many interesting times in history, but ladies had it pretty rough in most of them. I think I'll say New York in the 1920s. There was so much creativity and change going on then.

kittenbonanza at yahoo dot com

paulette said...

I would travel to france during the renaissance.
I love the clothes, the art and the music of this time period!

paula.schlueter@gmx.org

LoveCharlesVintage said...

I am a follower! and I think I would travel to paris in the 1920s just to pick up some fashion.
This purse is truly beautiful, I would tote it around all summer!

Thanks so much!
-Lily
lilygreig at gmail dot com

Ficelia said...

I would travel to England during the reign of Queen Victoria. I love the fashion and architecture from that era.

ficelia[AT]hotmail[DOT]com

Christine Lee said...

christinesylee@gmail.com

All around Asia, but mostly Japan.

Christine Lee said...

:) following you on bloglovin' as well

K.M. said...

I'm a follower on bloglovin', my email is kwareing1@hotmail.co.uk
i'd love to go to mediaeval india because the growth of the Muslim Mughal empire is so interesting to study. Their architectural style was amazing and so different to the Vedic and Buddhist influences that were there already- it led to a truly cosmopolitan and multicultural society a lot earlier than anywhere else in the world!

jazza17 said...

lovely giveaway! enter me please :)
jazzy_wazzy_26@hotmail.com
I went to Rome last week I totally saw that bag being sold in a shop. Whilst I was there I fell in love with the city, so I would probs choose to live there! ty!

K.M. said...

a follower on google reader too!

Luna : said...

it would have to be 1920's america during prohibition, the clothes, the illegal parties, the alcohol ;-) it would have been amazing!!!

i follow you on bloglovin' too

:-D

Biaa said...

Just love your blog =D
I think I would travel to the Woodstock Festival in 1969, or Reading Festival in 1992 when Nirvana recorded the DVD Live At Reading, and Abbey Road when it was taken that famous photo of The Beatles.

b.momi@hotmail.com

Tinja said...

well, im not sure if ill win, but anywayz:)

i follow u on blogspot and i would travel next fall to london with my best friend suzy, because this spring we planned doing that, but because of my job i couldn't go. i was sad, i really wanted to but they didn't let me go. i had no serious jobs going on and still they forbid me to go. that's why i am so determined to go to london with suzy. one day we will! we will shop at camden, topshop, dorothy perkins, all those that aren't avaible in finland. and of course see the big ben and madam tussards etc.

actually i didn't write this comment because of the bag im just so sad that our trip was cancelled.... :)) have a great time dear!

Kaotic Kittus said...

liking your blog lots :) Likey the bag too!

I would love to go to Paris....in the 20's and 30's :)

kaotic.kittus@googlemail.com

x x x Lotsalove x x x

following you on Bloglovin :)

Renee L. R. said...

ohhh wow I really want this bag!

I don't want to sound boring, but I would travel now. We are living in the moment! I want to see the world as is! And where would I go? Either South Africa or Paris, FR.

rini210@gmail.com !!!

Charlotte. said...

that purse is so cute!
(my email is charlotteimlah@hotmail.com)
if i could travel anywhere, it would be london in the 1960s. kinda cliche i know (:

the style crusader said...

the 1920s in New York.

love the bag. really sweet giveaway.

jennifer.e.inglis@gmail.com xx

Lauren said...

I'm a blogspot follower, email is lovely-lozzy@hotmail.com

Honestly can not believe you would give this away, I wouldnt have been able to bring myself to do it!

I'd like to travel to The south Pole in 150 years (everyone else has said past time periods so i hope this is allowed!) to see if anything is left, or if we had bucked up our ideas, maybe even lived there! and if global warming had destroyed the continent, I'd wanna go to the moon 150 years into the future because I'd want to see how the world had changed from that viewpoint. Hell, I want to go to the moon now!

Jen said...

I am a follower of your blog via BlogLovin. Hmmm, where would I go and when? That is really hard! But I think I would go with 1920s Chicago. The idea of prohibition and speakeasies fascinates me, and also I think it'd be fun to dress in their awesome outfits and hats.

Oh, and my email address is rhythmfinder@gmail.com. Thanks!

pascale said...

wow that bag is great :) i am already following you ;) the 1960's would be one of the best years because the fashion and the music was so free and amazing. I also wouldn't have minded going to Woodstock haha the 1960's seemed just seemed relaxed but also quite glamorous in it's own way.
hellopascale@live.co.uk
xxxx

pintopinto said...

I WOULD LIKE TO GO BACK TO THE CRETACEOUS PERIOD. But I would want to leave pretty soon after I got there.

intopintopinto@gmail.com

Angie. said...

I know this is cheesy.. but I honestly think I would like to see Moses part the Red Sea from the Old Testament... either I would have liked to be present at Woodstock 1969

Prefecta said...

1920's New Orleans, definitely.

DearBeatrice said...

ah! I love the bag! I, of course, follow you through blogger ^,^
and to answer your question I would have loved to be in Paris in the 1960's with the beatniks!
dearbeatriceco@gmail.com

Ireene said...

I follow your through google friend. I absolutely love the prize.

I would love to live in the Victorian Age. All that lace and corsets sounds just amazing to me.

rawscientist@gmail.com

litelwonderland said...

I know it's pretty cliche, but I'd love to go to Cali in the 1960s, especially San Fran!

ncsteinberg@gmail.com

litelwonderland said...

And I follow through bloglovin too!

Sky Pies said...

Berlin in the 20s when it was THE cultural centre in Europe. I follow on bloglovin :)

skiepies.blogspot.com/

NaomiDee said...

wow what an amazing giveaway!

ermmm ok i would have to say where i live right now in england but in the 60's...i know its cliche..but for me i think thats when fashion and music was at its greatest...and i sooo would go and see the beatles..oh and warn john lennon not to be in new york december 1980 :(

naydaga@hotmail.com

NaomiDee said...

and i follow you on bloglovin' :)

the snark said...

I'm following via blogspot.

I would love to travel back about 200 000 y.a. to see neanderthal and homo sapien groups making and using tools and interacting with each other, and to witness their cultural and social life. But I wouldn't want to stay too long!

Supecchhya said...

errm..thiss is a tough queston actually.hmm.there's alot of places i would like to go back in time to but If ii could go back in time to just one place then i would go back to the time before my grandpa passed away, just so that i could spend as much time as possible with him and atctually get to know him a little better since i never got the chance to. :)

btw totally love the bag!! and i love your style & your blog! its AWESUM! :)


gudiya_g_5@hotmail.com

Jada said...

I don't know if my first comment worked or not but here's my second comment because I am also following you on Bloglovin'.

If there's another time and place I would go to, I would want to go to the '30s or '40s in America because everyone talks about the '20s and '50s and on but no one knows what happened in between then.

thecolormidnight@gmail.com

Jada said...

I guess my first comment didn't work. This comment is for following you on Blogger.

If there's another time and place I would go to, I would go to the '60s to see what my parents were like as teenagers.

thecolormidnight@gmail.om

Erin said...

That purse is amazing! I love travel inspired gear. Anyways, I think I'd like to go to Egypt when the pyramids were built.

vigilanteherbalist@live.com

icitea said...

Woohoo! cute bag. I follow through google connect.

Fabiola "Fab" said...

Paris!!!!! I'm already following you!!!
Vestedbeevintage@gmail.com

Fabiola "Fab" said...

I'm bloglovin you right as we speak!

Paris
Vestedbeevintage@gmail.com

Kimberley said...

kjahn01@gmail.com

Tuscany, Florence, and Rome during the Italian Renaissance. Or San Francisco or NYC in the 1960's/'70s.

Bri said...

Hi! I follow through blogspot.
My email is clancybri@gmail.com
I think I would go back to 1920's America, it seems so glamorous and decadent, but also a bit edgy and corrupt at the same time, the excitement just makes me tingle :)

Jolly Josi said...

Love love love, this bag !

Ok, well I've always wanted to go to Honolulu Hawaii it's a little weird but when I was younger I had kinda invented it in my head & since then I've always found Honolulu soo magical. & Probably as bizarre as it sounds in the 1840s closer to 1850s ish, I feel inlove with that time period shortly after reading Jane Eyre.

j.osi24@hotmail.com

The Daily Fashionista said...

Hello!
So if I could go anywhere at any time it would be a flight to Paris in the summer of 1965. I could only imagine the beautiful fashions I'd be able to witness.

emily14680@yahoo.com

Polly said...

I love this bag!
I am a follower of yours :)
My email address is eat_my_hat_ (at) hotmail.com

I know - it's a weird email address that I made when I was about 12!

If I could go anywhere at anytime... I would go to the 1950s and meet my grandparents. My grandfather died when my mum was 10 (so obviously before I was born!) and my grandmother died when I was 4 so I hardly remember her. I find it so weird that they brought up my mother and yet I didn't even know them at all. x

Out of Order said...

Hey there, I'm a bloglovin' follower, msmolka [at] ymail.com

I'd love to visit 18th century France or England and see all those courtly manners, intrigue, gorgeous dresses and country houses!

Alice In Fashionland said...

I would love to live in America during the 20's. Only reason being I love the image painted by Fitzgerald and the fashion is stunning.

Email is loving.luscious.lucius@gmail.com

Alice In Fashionland said...

Also following on Bloglovin.

So my second option would be France, 18th century. Again, I'd love the fashion and I would love to live in a palace.

Bennet said...

i follow on blogger :) your style is amazing!

theres so many places i would love to go to.... i think my top one would be england in the 19th century. i adore the manners people had back then, and it would be an amazing contrast to today's society :D

ooiceblueoo@hotmaail.com

C said...

I follow on Blogspot.

I'd love to visit Paris in the 1960's -- Jean-Luc Godard films make it look so lively and beautiful. It would be interesting to be in the middle of all the changes going on there (being from the US I obviously know all about that history here, but to see it from somewhere else would be so fascinating!).

capt_cockatiel @ msn. com

Emma Clark said...

I follow on BlogLovin and love your blog. That bag is gorgeous - hope you pick me.

I would love to have lived in San Francisco in the 60s. Went on holiday there and loved it. The 60s would have been amazing there and I would have been able to wear loads of maxi dresses and flares. Heaven.

Emma Clark said...

I also follow you on Blogger.

Kate said...

Hi there :)
Gorgeous bag! I would have loved to be in England during Elizabeth's reign, the change that occurred at the time and the fashion would have been wonderful to be a part of.

M. said...

this is a perfect bag! I love the design!!!
I would go to the London in the 1960's...Twiggy is my all time favorite fashion icon and I would really love to see her in action

marissaexplains@gmail.com

Patti said...

I follow you on Bloglovin, and your blog is amazing!

I looooove this question, and it's hard to answer, but I would probably choose Paris during the late 19th/early 20th century, so that I could have experienced the Art Nouveau movement. It would have been wonderful to see the lovely art and architecture at the Exposition Universelle!!

patti.kovach@gmail.com

dressperado said...

I follow you on Blogspot.

I love the movie "Gigi" so I would choose Paris at the turn-of-the-20th century. How fun it would be to live the life Gigi did.

dressperado@gmail.com

samantha said...

I'm an avid follower on blogspot.

If I could go anywhere, anytime, it would be 1961 France so I would be able to kidnap Anna Karina.

Jasmine said...

I follow you through google reader, and chictopia! :)

I would love to travel to England during King Henry VIII's reign just to witness his craziness and to see if he really did go through all those wives!

jazzyhwang@gmail.com

the Citizen Rosebud said...

i follow you on bloglovin' AND on blogspot. i'm a fan of you on chictopia, and would follow you to the nearest Goodwill if I could!

1930's, jazz age. Paris. lost generation.

the Citizen Rosebud said...

blogger, and bloglovin. here's the second entry.
email = citizenrosebud@ymail.com

Ireland. Potato Famine.
Europe. Bubonic plague.
Nobody ever seems to pick these, do they?

JUJUJUDITH said...

i'm officially following you via blogspot!
i would choose to travel to iceland before the volcanic eruption? hahah.
dropkickintheface.xd (at) gmail.com

T.V and Book Addict said...

how cute!
new follower ;)

Hmm it would be to Venice during the 1900's just because :D

shatirah said...

1- im follow u already :)

2- sha.tyra@yahoo.com

3- if i can travel,i really want to visit italy when if i have a lots of money.

loves,
shatirah,d'station

Jay Jiggle! said...

Hi! Just followed you officially, though I've read your blog from time to time before. :)
My e-mail's iLOVEtxBear@netscape.net
I would travel to Greece back when it was ancient! It was so rich in culture, religion, food... hahah.

AndiPants said...

I'm already following you on Bloglovin' and my email is andi.untanglingknots@gmail.com.

If I could travel anywhere during any time period I think I would go to the Galapagos Islands in the 16th century, before the island was mapped in detail and poachers took advantage of it. I read some excerpts by Darwin in my Victorian literature class and his descriptions of the animals were absolutely fascinating. I would love to be able to go see the islands and their creatures before they had any outside influences. I picked the 16th century because it was when the islands were first starting to appear vaguely on maps and the rumor is that English pirate ships used to hide amongst the islands at the end of the 16th century. Uninhabited islands, bizarre unseen creatures and pirates all appeal to me. It would be an exciting adventure of a trip.

brianamillett said...

Hi, my e-mail is just-brie@hotmail.co.uk. You have the best style!!!!

I would travel back to 1969. I would go to the moon to witness one of the most impressive things in history.

orchid said...

I'm following you on blogspot:)
I would love to go to Sweden.
agnieszka_161@wp.pl

Scrummy said...

Following on blogspot :)
I would go to the 19th century and make the people there watch a film with lots of CGI, like Avatar, to see their reaction.

scrum_y_bot@msn.com

Seval said...

Hey! This is for blogspot!
sevalkalkan@gmail.com
I'd like to live in Paris in 50's, with my heels, little black dress and little hat... You know that... :)

Thanks!

Seval said...

And this is for bloglovin' :)
Thanks you!

Tom Tuttle from Tacoma said...

places when Jesus walked. hardly a great time for women but nonetheless blessed for those who'd follow him.

Tom Tuttle from Tacoma said...

following your blog on bloglovin.

Joss said...

Nice giveaway :)

I'd probably choose Paris in the 50's or 60's. I love the style, the atmosphere and everything. And since i visited Paris last year, i'm sooo in love with this city.

Email: Josska@hotmail.de

xoxo Joss

Manja said...

I am a follower on bloglovin and I generally have to say, I adore your blog and outfits!

About a year ago, I read Agatha Christie's Autobiography. She spend most of the 1920s in the Orient, in cities like Baghdad or Kabul which are, nowadays, regions where no one wants to travel any more because they are marked by terrorism and wars, sadly.
But back in the day, the Orient was still this mysterious, wonderful place. The culture was so different, everyting was still authentic. You could by wonderful spices, fabrics and jewelry at markets and it was like a whole different world!
I would love to travel around the Orient of the 20s so so much (using the Orient Express - of course!) and it is so sad that things have changed so much and those places will probably never fully be restored :(

email: acrownmadeofivy@gmx-topmail.de

Alice said...

Hey there! I'm a bloglovin follower, and love this bag! alimheinz@gmail.com is my email.

I'm sure everyone will say this..but LONDON IN THE SIXTIES! OF COURSE!

Suzanne said...

The purse is wonderful!

I'd love to visit Egypt during the age of the Egyptians - I've always been fascinated with ancient history and it would be a truly amazing experience to take part in their way of life.

I follow via bloglovin' and blogspot :)

suzannepjones@live.com xo

designani said...

Love, love, love that map Bag,
I already follow u in blogspot

I will amazing if I can visit Japan in 1950s....yayyy

nanisakurai@yahoo.com

shatirah said...

follow u on bloglovin too :)

loves,
shatirah,d'station

Stephanie said...

I follow with Blogger/Google Friend Connect. Is that the same thing >.>
Anyway, I would travel to Cairo, Egypt when the pyramids were being built. I went to Egypt two years ago on vacation, and it was one of the best experiences of my life, so I would love to go back during the actual building time of their monuments.

jesuisvern@gmail.com

Hannah said...

Great question! This is a great idea for a giveaway.

My number one choice for travel of any time period is England. Get me to the British Isles and I'll be a very happy girl. I think I'd be hard pressed to choose between the Victorian Era and the 1960's though. Gorgeous dresses vs. the Beatles. Tough choice.

hannahmueller@hotmail.com

Laurii said...

oh how lovely this purse is.

lieblingsleben@web.de

i would love to go to sweden someday. to be exact: stockholm. and this trip has to take place in summer, because i'm a sunlover and in winter it's too cold there ;)
i really love the stockholm streetstyle and i would like to find out how to be that stylish ;)

Suzanne said...

(Entry for blogspot.)

I'd love to visit Egypt during the age of the Egyptians - I've always been fascinated with ancient history and it would be a truly amazing experience to take part in their way of life.

suzannepjones@live.com xo

Zoë said...

I'm pretty confident I already follow you on Bloglovin, but if I don't: shame on me. I will.

And my, what a provocative question....

... Let's see- I would probably end up staying in the States, {because I'm already time traveling} so that I could actually witness some of the most incredible music and literature of the '60s. I would land first in San Fran, then onto Montana, and lastly New York in time to catch Bob Dylan and hopefully have a secret sexy party with just he and I.

I've got the present to travel the world.

Jolie said...

Im a follower of course!
What a great question!
I would love to be part of the fashion revolution of the 60's in London. yeah, baby, yeah!
xoxo
joliecallen@gmail.com

Zoë said...

Ok, shame on me. I didn't already follow you.

But I certainly do now.

And if you don't have it:

z_oh_e {at} yahoo.com

Urwa said...

I would love to go all around Europe possibly during the 50's or 60's just to see all the fashion and all the history before SO many tourists :)

urwawaqar@hotmail.com

or
urwa-urvah.blogspot.com :)

Elliejane.x said...

If I could visit one place it would be London 1945 after the war ended, to just see all those people bought together after such a difficult time and to see the joy of the event x

elliejanex@live.co.uk

http://observationsthroughthelookingglass.blogspot.com/

Anni said...

I am a follower

I'd like to live in London in the 60s. Because so i have the chance to grow up with the beatles and maybe i could see the guys in real. yeah this would be my wish

anni.maus3@web.de

Jen said...

Ooh I'm so excited that you're offering this as a giveaway. I am drooling over that bag!

I adore your blog and follow it via bloglovin'!
jcoleca (at) gmail.com

And I'd love to travel around America during the Depression Era and capture photos of people and life during that time (like Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans did). Actually I'd love to travel anywhere during the 30's and 40's, just to see all the fashion! =)

Jen

Rosie :) said...
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Rosie :) said...

Oh my, I LOVE that bag!

I would want to travel to Afghanistan in 70 years time to see if the conflict and violence had stopped/weakened. Then again I would very much like to go to Mauritius in the 1670s just to see a dodo :)

P.s I absolutely adore your blog!

I follow with blogspot!

08hillr@beaulieu.jersey.sch.uk

Ginger said...

This is a really lovely and unique purse!! I will follow you on bloglovin right now!

My email is gingersfineromance@hotmail.com

I would travel to England during the late 1700s because Jane Austen is my hero and I would have loved to meet her and possibly dine with her. Also, I have adored the dresses, shoes, charm, manners, everything from that time. I don't think I ever dreamed more of another time and place. Ever since I was 12 I loved her and was a part of her world in my heart and mind.

Sincerely,
Ginger

Bad Taste Toast said...
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Bad Taste Toast said...

Hm okay, I'd say I would travel to the year 1944 and the place would be the tiny chapel in the little village where I grew up, because: On the burial of my best friend's grandma the priest said that she (the grandma) married on the 18th of November 1944, two days after the first bombs were dropped on the smalltown near our village and it was also said that you could still feel the earth shaking from time to time then. It must have been such an act of real love and hope for the future to marry in these times that I would love to be there and see the marriage :)

Sorry, I had to remove the first post and post again because I forgot my e-mail and I didn't want to post twice because I only follow on blogspot. thelittleowl (at) web.de

Lloyd & The Tubsters said...

I absolutely love your blog, and I am so excited for this giveaway!

Perhaps it is cliche but I would love to go to Bethel, New York in 1969 to be able to experience Woodstock. Just to be able to part of such a pivotal moment in music history, and be able to see such incredible musicians live would be positively mind boggling.

My email is Unsystematicstyle@gmail.com

Thanks for the opportunity!!

katieandthewarriors said...

that is an adorable bag :)
-following via blogspot

i would love to go to New york at the time of the 1920s.
flappers, fun and more :D

freakinawesomekt@gmail.com

katieandthewarriors said...

-following on bloglovin too :)

i would also looove to go to japan, kindof when Mulan took place. it just seems so...so interesting!

freakinawesomekt@gmail.com

rebecca said...

great bag!
i would want to visit London in the 1920s.


rwvanvoorhis at gmail dot com

becky said...

paris in the 60's.
boon1211(at)gmail(dot)com

pearl. said...

Oh my this is beautiful bag!
i think i would go to america in the 60's, during the uprisings and social upheavals. i have been watching the beatles musical "Across the Universe". It has really inspired me, i would just have loved to live in the 60's, the music was amazing and there was such a feel of revolution in the air!

Pearl xo
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Tillie said...

oh my lord, amazing! I am a follower on blogspot! yay!

I would travel to the 50s. Probably New York City. That who time period is so fascinating to me, and New York is one of my favourite places in the world.


Oh i have my fingers and toes crossed. Flipping. Amazing. Bag!!!


Tillie

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Claire Patterson said...

London in the eihties!

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luuuurve the bag

libys11 said...

i would like to go to dubai right about now! hahahaha!!!

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alya said...

Russia during the overthrow of the last czar. Insane perhaps but a part of my grandparent's history that I'd like to see for myself...

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Xandra said...

Follower on Bloglovin! Love your clothes and the bag. =)

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Kyra said...

If I could go anywhere...I'd have to say Ireland in the medieval ages, but either before or after the viking raid. Or America during the jazz age. It's a tie.

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Melanie M said...

Giiirl. You know I follow you. I've followed you since the beginnin'. ;)

If I could travel to one place - anywhere, it would be the Louvre Museum in the 60's.

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<3

Annie, Time Enough for Drums said...

Hey! I love that purse! I have two duffle bags that are super similar that I thrifted about a year ago, so I must have that bag!! I follow you on both Google Friend Connect and Bloglovin'. Email: timeenoughfordrums@yahoo.com. And, if I could travel anywhere, anytime, it would be to Paris in the 1960s so I could hang out with the likes of Jean-Luc Godard, France Gall, Serge Gainsbourg, Brigitte Bardot........Annie.

Ally,The Vintage Valley said...

love the bag its so beautiful, i would say definately 1950's New York, just after the war the fashion was just so amazing... amos_photography@yahoo.com.au

Calle said...

bloglovin <3

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1960s Manhattan... I would be a regular at Andy Warhol's Factory.

shatirah said...

can i continue my story?
i think it didn't finish yet :)

i want to visit Italy when i have a lots of money and go there with my future husband as our honeymoon trip.as i know,Italy such a romantic place especially at Venice :)

loves,
shatirah,d'station

Candy Kawaii Lover said...

It would still be Japan on Meiji era. Would be amazing to see Japan all traditional. :)

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heather. said...

i want to be at versailles during marie antoinette's heyday. but of course, duck out before the whole french revolution thing.

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Rebecca said...

I follow on blogger.

minnchic at gmail

I'd travel to 1960s NYC, so I could bring back all the fun clothes and jewelry.

Piia said...

Great bag and great giveaway !
I'd like to live in New York in the beginning of the 20th century or in London, a bit later :)
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or
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heathers said...

I would love to live in San Francisco in the year 1968. It was perhaps one of the most significant musical/cultural revolutions of our time.

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Piia said...

I followed with bloglovin' also :)
And I like living in Estonia, although the time around the 1980s- 1990s was very interesting, us getting independent again, I'd love to have lived then and been a part of those events.
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or
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Jordan said...

What an absolutely fantastic giveaway!

As far as what time period I would travel to, I think I would stick where I am. I'm in Sacramento, and we have such a great scene of vintage fusion right now. The antique and thrift stores are great here; because it's not a huge city, they aren't thoroughly picked through, but there is still a pretty big volume of stuff to look at!

my email is jmsahmaunt@gmail.com. Thanks, and great blog!

Ella said...

I would love to live in America, in the 50s. It's the gorgeous hair, the mix of youthful coolness and total elegance. Then again, right now, styles from that time period are trickling down to our current styles, so London right now suits me just dandy.
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Kelcey said...

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I would travel to New Zeland any time. its so beautiful there. I just love the hills and meadows, I would bring my horses too :)

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Chloe. D. Photographies said...

i do not Believe you "give this bag! you are so crazy, and really nice too because you will make a happy !!!!! Briefly, I would have liked to travel in a van with rotten flowers of all colors, to go to woodstock, music to make us burst the eardrums in 1969) (year erotic haha) I think we are not born at the right time because we take all the flowers, and looking in the attic of our mother if she has not kept a good old jeans;) Like what fashion is an eternal!

orchid said...

amazing bag:)

Tayler said...

OH lovely giveaway!!
I think I would travel to Uganda right now! I really want to go and experience a culture that is the most different than what I am living in right now, I also want to travel there do do humanitarian work.
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Tayler said...

This is my second comment since I am a follower via both google friend connect and bloglovin!
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Shannon said...

I'm a follower through google, and if I could visit anywhere anytime, I think I would go to Machu Picchu when people actually lived there, so about 1500 or so.

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Meagan said...

I would travel all over Europe right now - live in the present!!

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Lucy Marmalade said...

I would travel to bohemian Paris in the 1920s. So much change in the air! Tangible excitement, the feeling of shifting attitudes, towards dress and towards life. So much hope in young people, and so much opportunity to create the change you want to see in the world. I think it would be an exciting time, both for dressing and cultural purposes!

Lucy Marmalade said...

Oops, and lucymarmalade@gmail.com is my email, and I'm a google follower!

my bat lightning heart said...

that purse is lovely!
i would definately love to enter.
email is: jax.bransgrove@gmail.com
I would go back in time to Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976 to see The Band perform their 'Last Waltz'.

The Last Waltz was a concert by the Canadian rock group, The Band at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood and Neil Young.

Would have been amazing!!
They are my favourite band!!!

Terri said...

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Along the Silk Road with Marco Polo...which no doubt would have required a disguise or two.

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Terri said...

The Miramar Caves out of E. M. Forster's "A Passage to India" is a strong possibility too.

rachelfabiano and kortneycooper said...

i know this is lame. and i KNOW there are better places and times than this. but i have ALWAYS wished i was in new york or d.c during the early eighties so i could be a part of the real hardcore punk era.

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party.

diana! said...

follow!am i late to enter your giveaway?
i would go to indonesia (my country)in 1930 before indonesia get independent!i just want to see how mistreated the people of Indonesia during the colonial period.:)

rebel b said...

postwar France, preferably Paris, when things were starting to be rebuilt, and it was easy to live there.
or London in the early 1960s. also cheap and fun and beautiful and promising.

reckless daughter said...

many people have listed the places & times I'd pick so I'm going to go with Laurel Canyon (where i live now) in the late 1960s. It's seems like such a warm and creative environment.

iris said...

omg, i can't believe you're giving it away because when I first saw this bag I fell in love with it! nows my chance to own it :D

I followed on both bloglovin, and blogspot.

I would go to France when Marie Antoinette was alive. That would be so great, everything was so fancy and proper.

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iris said...

my 2nd comment! :)
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eunice said...

i would travel to new york in the 1950s :)


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Tracy said...

England during the Renaissance Era! Gorgeous purse, and perfect for the wanderer in me!
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:)

xo
Tracy, The Wardrobe Wanderer

With Violets said...

Oh, I hope I'm not too late! That purse is absolute PERFECTION! *stares in awe*
Hi, lovely blog, by the way! (Just discovered it :D)
Anyways, so if I had to travel to one place, it'd be either Spain or France or Israel. So hard to choose!
- Laura (withviolets@gmail.com)

pauline said...

im probly too late but if not!

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id go to japan or thailand, because of the difference in culture, language and of course the food

- Marybeth I. said...

I would go to SE Asia OR the Netherlands. I have never been to either. I like the cultures of both and would love to experience it firsthand.

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Grace Deal said...

That's a toughie. I'd like to travel to the mid-1800's to see how the banjo was played (I'm big into banjo) way back when, and also the blues. Also the Middle East during the 1800s-1900s and the South before and after the Civil War. Maybe Mexico in the 1800s as well, and Latin America.

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Grace Deal said...

Also your blog is one of the best fashion blogs around, in my humble opinion.

Elizabeth said...

Pompeii,Italy before the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The diversity of the Pompeian lifestyle has long encompassed me, especially their simplistic dressing of beautifully draped linen accompanied by intricate gold jewellery. Hope I made it in time, keep up the amazingness of your blog, Elizabeth.
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