Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Day 3 - Ruche's Christmas Countdown Giveaway

Today, we're giving away this cozy scarf:


albuquerque knitted scarf


More info can be viewed here.

Each day until Christmas, we will be giving away a special item to one lucky winner.

Rules:

1. Each day, leave a comment to share what item(s) on Ruche you would like to pair with the giveaway item of the day.

2. For extra entries, post the icon below on your blog, website, facebook, twitter, myspace, anywhere! The icon MUST link to "http://www.shopruche.com". One extra entry for every link. You need to leave a comment with the link to the post. Post anytime between now through 12/25/2009.



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3. On Dec 29th, we will randomly choose and announce a winner for each day.

Contest Disclaimer:
No purchase necessary. We reserve the right to close the contests early or late without warning. We will post the name of the winner on Dec 29, 2009. Upon winning, you agree that your name can be published on this blog at the close of the contest. You must contact us within 7 days after the winner has been annouced to claim your prize.

73 comments:

Julie @ Joy's Hope said...

while I am wishing to win the scarf I can wish that you still had the Pink Studio Valonia t-strap shoes in Tan. Because I really, really, really want them. Booooo that they are out of stock. Pretty, pretty please get them back quickly! My life will suck without them.

Thientam said...

This scarf would look so sweet with the cotton candy double breasted coat! Awesome give-away!

MEGAN said...

I'd love to pair that with the apricot long pocket cardigan!

mjb said...

It's just begging to go with this: http://www.shopruche.com/ariel-deep-seagreen-ribbed-tie-cardigan-p-1374.html !

Tammy said...

This is my favorite item yet! I love scarves, with all my being.

This would be awesome paired with:
1. tux shoulder organic tank
2. high waisted linen paper bag pants
3. vintage print cardigan by Scrapbook

Tj and Amy said...

would look great with the aidan ruffle taupe top. ampypugmire@live.com

amy lapi said...

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mink said...

This is a gorgeous scarf! You can pair it with anything....I'd wear it with the glitz and glam ruffle coat with some warm-brown suede boots (and turquoise leggings?) or with the faux leather motorcycle jacket and jeans and a t-shirt. It's just lovely.

BennysMom said...

I would wear it with the lacey brick tank and the ariel deep seagreen ribbed tie cardigan over it, and then the high waist white skinny jeans.

Blain said...

Yummy, this scarf is so cute!

I would put the scarf with:

Beige Berries Short Sleved Coat +
snow burst teardrop earrings +
a pair of skinny jeans +
Blowfish "Wild Life" canvas buckle boots in black buff (IF ONLY THEY WERE NOT SOLD OUT!! NO FAIR!) = cozy and beautiful!!!!

Blain

I posted the icon on my blog:
http://blainhiggins.blogspot.com/

Blain.Higgins@gmail.com

Amy said...

I would wear it with the Coral Bells Bow Dress(http://www.shopruche.com/coral-bells-bow-dress-p-1042.html) and the brown faux leather motorcycle jacket (http://www.shopruche.com/brown-faux-leather-motorcycle-jacket-p-1130.html)!

wordsandeggs said...

Just tweeted about your giveaway as well:
http://twitter.com/wordsandeggs

Yay!

Renee said...

steel blue peony top
skinny jeans
black flats

Claire said...

I would wear it with the Colonel Mustard Trenchcoat and dark wash jeans. (http://www.shopruche.com/colonel-mustard-trenchcoat-by-cluce-p-1044.html) perfect to warm the neck up! :)

Rach said...

Beautiful! The fabric looks exquisite!

I'd pair with the butternut squash peacoat

Kristina said...

I would pair this scarf with the french roast sweater dress and the Blowfish "Willis" leather bootie in natural antique for the shoes with the black bowling purse, and the golden glacier drops earrings with the twisted rope bracelet in pewter. I hope I win!

megatonk said...

I think it would go well with the cheyenne ruffle country cardigan and the faded gray leggings. Makes me want to curl up with some hot tea and a good book. :)

Jessica said...

I would pair this with the Gray Ruffles dress, a pair of tights, and some boots!

Jessica said...

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Violet Bella said...

i love this scarf!

i would pair it with the:

gran canaria flowing sweater
moss green shoulder bag

thank for the chance!

mehari said...

I would pair it with the pocket taupe organic tunic...it looks sooo comfortable :)

izidora said...

i love it...

Sydney said...

I'd put this with the butternut squash peacoat by Tu and the military studded suede tall boots

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Candace said...

Ah, I was going to pair it with the butternut squash peacoat by Tulle BUT I could also go with the cheyenne ruffle country cardigan. Throw in the military studded suede tall boots and I'd be good, well except pants. Ha!

Auburn Not Red said...

I'd wear this scarf under the wide neck of the teal checkered mod coat. The colors would go well together.

jessica said...

what a cozy scarf! i would love to wear it with the brandied apricot long pocket cardigan. :)

Tasha said...

I'd wear it with the "coffee with cream cableknit wooden toggle sweater" and a pair of dark skinny jeans . . . so cozy.

Sarah said...

i'd wear it with the english embroidered trellis dress, Blowfish "Willis" Leather Bootie in Natural Antique, and peek-a-bow tights by Betsey Johnson in brown

Anna said...

Oh, I love, love this scarf! I would pair it with the brandied apricot long pocket cardigan.

Nicole said...

Loving the look of this scarf! :D I think it would look very lovely paired with Ruche's espresso bean short cardigan.

FabricSnob said...

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and I would pair that amazing scarf with
the go to black zip hoodie.
that would be my uniform for the rest of the winter

Catanyna said...

This super cute scarf would look great with the cognac buckle tall riding boots. I love Ruche!

Marcia Silva said...

I want it!!

carrie said...

lovely. i'd combine it with good jeans, the blowfish "willis" booties in natural antique, and the oatmeal and honey flutter knitted cardigan over a longsleeve thermal in a tan or orange thermal undershirt.

Rustique Whimsy said...

I would pair this scarf with the Barambu Cubism Halter Dress for a night on the town in Palm Springs!

Bailey said...

Oh, this is adorable! I'd probably pair it with the midnight green vneck cardigan and linen paper bag skirt. (And anything else it matched with in my closet, because I'd want to be wearing it all the time.)

ahm said...

definitely with the butternut squash peacoat by Tulle
:)

patti said...

i would pair this scarf with my new maryanne ecofriendly coat that i just received :)

and the cute little jungle boots which i am HOPING to receive !!

Sarah said...

Wow- this is such a beautiful and unique scarf!!

Dream with me on this:

I would wear the cyan peasant tunic dress by Kensie Girl with the high waist white skinny jeans. Over that, I would wear the butternut squash peacoat by Tulle. I would also put the beige rose felt clip in my hair for a little whimsy. To finish off, I would dress my feet in the mustard knot pointy flats. With this gorgeous scarf, I think that would be a winning outfit!!!

I love your clothing! :)

AlohaMolly said...

I think albuquerque knitted scarf is best to be matched with brandied apricot long pocket cardigan!

alohamolly [at] gmail [dot] com

Audrey said...

I'd pair it with the butternut squash peacoat and buckle your bootstraps boots

Janet said...

I'd pair it with butternut squash peacoat by Tulle.

organicsoul said...

Pick one?! I'd pretty much pair this with everything since it's the most amazing scarf ever... but... if I have to pick one outfit it would be the cyan peasant tunic dress & Blowfish "Wild Life" canvas buckle boots in black buff. <3

christina said...

I would pair todays item with the rolling fog and ruffle dress.

Trish5447 said...

This scarf would look adorable with a printed accessory like the Floral Creme Vintage Button Ring or some tomboy, rugged shoes to balance out its sweetness like the Taupe Rope Tie Jungle Boots or the Urban Horseriding Boots.

Perfect scarf to stay cute and warm as the weather cools down!

K. said...

I think I'd pair this cozy scarf with the Brandied Apricot Long Pocket Cardigan, which happens to be tomorrow's giveaway, along with a comfy tee, leggings, and the Cognac Buckle Tall Riding Boots.

Allie said...

This lovely scarf would help warm up the english embroidered trellis dress. It also provides a great pop of color! What a cute outfit!

Anonymous said...

i've been eyeing the butternut squash peacoat for a really long time, and would love to wear it with this.

harcnr@gmail.com

Emma Lee said...

It'd be perfect with the catalyn sculpted ruffle top!

akanthathepyro said...

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Treasure said...

So cozy! I wish I could make it! I think it would go swimmingly with the nova lox eyelet halter dress!

NAZIA said...

Perfect accessory for the butternut squash peacoat!

Tammy Acevedo said...

Such an awesome scarf!

I would pair it with:

-light linen pocket dress
-Pink Studio Valonia t-strap shoes in Tan

Anonymous said...

AMAZING AGAIN!

I'd pair it with the brandied apricot long pocket cardigan.

harriatsu@gmail.com

yuni said...

I'd love to pair this with something like the midnight green vneck cardigan.

venusaturnalia(at)yahoo.com

STYLEEZTA said...

I'd pair this scarf with the rose bud lace ecofriendly tunic top and the linen paper bag skirt!

Eva said...

This scarf looks perfect to bear the cold...and to kick my brother's a** in a snowball fight.

I would pair this scarf with the 'brown faux leather motorcycle jacket'. The 'tartan plaid bow tie skirt', which is gorgeous and unfortunately out of stock, would look great with that. And I would top it off with some 'military studded suede tall boots'.

Must...resist...urge...to...shop...

Jenni said...

I would pair this beautiful scarf with the gorgeous tulip ruffle gray coat! I'm in love with it!

Jenni said...

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Jen said...

i'd pair this gorgeous scarf with the catalan sculpted ruffle top tucked into the impressionism garden pocket skirt. :)

Capricioustraveler said...

I would pair this scarf with these boots... http://www.shopruche.com/buckle-your-bootstraps-boots-p-1285.html

Thecapricioustraveler@yahoo.com

ashleylauren said...

Brandied apricot cardigan. The scarf is my favorite item on ruche right now... and that is saying a lot

ashc1180@aol.com

Lizzy said...

This is my FAVORITE so far! I would totally wear this with the granola knitted turtleneck cardigan. http://www.shopruche.com/granola-knitted-turtleneck-cardigan-p-1003.html

Delightfully Tacky said...

I'd wear it with the peach trellis embroidery dress.

http://www.delightfully-tacky.com/2009/12/developments.html

Mony said...

I'd pair it with "bluebell double breasted coat by Tulle"!

Brechtje said...

I'd combine the albuquerque knitted scarf with the braided ruched top in wheat. Which I love and which is unfortunatly out of stock :(

Noira said...

How great would this scarf go with the smoke gray two-way cardigan? Thanks for the giveaway!

Emma Lee said...

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I think it would be great paired with the coral bells bow dress too!

Je said...

That's a gorgeous scarf! So cozy!

Vintagejunky93 said...

Love it! I would pair this scarf with the cyan peasant tunic dress by kensie girl and a nice pair of jeans.

Rebecca said...

This fluffy warm scarf would look great filling in the neckline of a coat to keep warm, so I think I'd pair it with this: http://www.shopruche.com/lady-in-scarlet-double-breasted-trench-coat-p-1131.html

Warm colors make you feel warm just looking at them!!

Elle said...

CUTE scarf!
i would get all bundled up with coffee shop knitted cardigan by C.Luce
http://www.shopruche.com/coffee-shop-knitted-cardigan-by-cluce-p-1072.html

miss. b said...

I would pair it with the english embroidered trellis dress... too cute!