For everyone who entered our #featuremybag contest a week ago to win a Rebecca Minkoff bag, I apologize for not announcing winners sooner. Problem is there were so many amazing entries it took me a long time to look through them all and also narrow down the entries.
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Last week was a combination of many personal problems colliding and we missed out on featuring winners for our weekly Twitter competition. The good news is we are back in action and next week’s winners are going to get an amazing prize.
Another week and more amazing entries for #featuremybag on Twitter flooded in. It seemed Chanel bags were the top choices this week as were outdoor photos.
The photo @LeticiaGuerra submitted won us over because of its crisp look and delightful composition.
Our Twitter followers got PURSEonal with us and shared many photos for #featuremybag this week. We expected lots of red, white, and blue and that is what we got.
What more is there to love than a classic red Chanel bag with the strap shaped into a heart?!
Our weekly Twitter contest, #featuremybag, continues to grow with more submissions and stiffer competition. If you haven’t submitted a photo yet, you will want to for sure next Monday (details to follow tomorrow).
We found ourselves lured in by a photo of @MrsRance black and white bag with a rainbow burst finish.
This past Monday was the dreadful Tax Monday which means many were rushing to the post office to send out their taxes. Because #featuremybag fell on this day, we decided to double the money amount and giveaway a $50 Amazon gift card.
As the weeks go by I know our #featuremybag competition on Twitter will continue to have more entries and better photos. This week many choose to opt for black and white photos which gave an artistic look to many of the photos.
Our second week of #featuremybag on Twitter brought more photos and stiffer competition. From funky to classic, cherry blossoms to in the club, we had an array of images sent our way.
Our winner this week is @lamxing who showcased a Botkier Bag against the cherry blossom trees in DC.