Thursday, September 27, 2012

Save the Date (and win tickets!): The Propelle Style Summit!

I'm very excited to announce that I will be participating in the Propelle Style Summit on October 13th! The day will be geared towards female entrepreneurs, featuring interactive sessions with local stylists, bloggers, and marketing specialists. Tickets are $50 and may be purchased here.

Today, Propelle has kindly gifted me two tickets to give away! If you are a local Pittsburgh-or-vicinity resident and would like a chance to win a ticket, here's how to enter:

1. Visit the Style Summit page, read up, and make sure you're free for October 13th.
2. Leave a comment on this post telling me what article of clothing or outfit makes you feel most confident (don't forget to leave an email address if you don't have a blog)
3. Two winners will be chosen at random on Monday, October 1st and notified by email.

Good luck and hope to see you there!

Tiny print: Giveaway ends on Monday October 1st at 10pm. One entry per person. Winner will be chosen using a random number generator. Be sure to leave an email address in your comment if you do not have a blog where I can EASILY reach you. Winner will have a 24 hour grace period to respond to email notification before a replacement winner will be chosen.
Thank you so much to all who entered the Lulu's giveaway, the winner was comment #50, Marlen:


the board of said...

i feel most confident in a pair of Jcrew matchstick jeans rolled at the ankles and an awesome pair of Report booties!! my go to's that can be dressed up or dressed down

blue roses said...

congratulations! sounds like an exciting and informative event for female entrepreneurs!

g. roxana montero said...

...a kickass pair of boots does the trick as do verticle stripes or anything vintage but a very good hairday is wonderful!!!...enjoy your musings and your stylings as well...if ever in altoona please visit!!! roxana/ fb-ing under...mad lion gallery)

Kyla said...

Oh, man! I'm totally bummin'. I would be there in a heartbeat, but I have a derby bout that night - and it just may be the one thing I like more than fashion :)

☯ZERO STYLE☯ said...

this sounds fun! i'm in cleveland, i guess that makes me fairly local.:)

i feel most confident when i'm wearing something i've made for myself! it's made to my measurements and no one else in the world has it.

Irene said...

It depends on my mood and the day! But heels are usually guaranteed to give me a little confidence boost.

Melissa Sonico said...

guh i wish i could go! but i live in california :( anyway the most comortable thing is probably my J.Crew matchstick ankle cords.
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amberly said...

I wish I would've purchased tickets during the last Propelle Happy Hour - because now I am near broke! I would love to see you again and all of the lovely ladies at Propelle and this Style Summit sounds like so much fun!

I am most confident in an A-line style dress or skirt! I can go anywhere and do anything in that style - go to work, meet the parents, go out for a classy night! It is my favorite and I have both a black dress and cobalt blue skirt in this style that I love.

Thank you Julie and Propelle for this opportunity to win a ticket! Fingers crossed!

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becki ann said...

Tall boots! For whatever reason they make me feel like I'm killing it! so glad it's fall, so I can wear them again.
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HConroy said...

I have a hard time feeling confident in anything other than jeans or a hot dress...neither of which is "professional." So, usually I'll wear a nice pair of jeans with a blazer or suit jacket. I think it gives me a sense of self...and since I work for mySELF, it's okay :)

Amber B. said...

A pair of dark skinny jeans and awesome accessories always make me feel my best! Also, a good lipstick never fails to make me feel more confident.

Thank you for a chance to win! My email address is acbosland(at)gmail(dot)com.

Anna Buzzelli said...

My favorite article of clothing is a great fitting collared button down shirt in a bright color.

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