This contest is now closed.
Recently I was contacted by NEPALI by TDM Design to do a review and giveaway of their scarves and I have to say I was really impressed. All the scarves by TDM Design are handcrafted using exquisite fibers such as cashmere, silk, bamboo, modal and wool and — here’s the coolest part — are made by women in villages in Nepal. NEPALI by TDM are giving these women opportunities to contribute financially to their families, fund their children’s education and health care. One of their tag lines says, “Smart style that empowers systematically disenfranchised women. Now that’s something we can all get behind!”
NEPALI by TDM Design’s scarves are sold in the likes of Saks and Bloomingdales and has generously donated a scrunched cashmere scarf (retail $85) that one lucky Cable Car Couture reader will walk away with! It is a deep teal color, the very color of peacocks, and can be worn in so many ways! I took upon myself the task of experiment and find some of the many ways this fabulous scrunch cashmere scarf can be worn:
The scrunch ruffle creates an awesome collar-like effect!
It almost looks like a top, doesn’t it?
To enter the contest is simple:
- Leave a comment on Cable Car Couture and tell us what your favorite cause is (eg: battered women shelters, save the whales, education for children in far off lands, etc.) and what it means to you.
If you have multiple causes, leave multiple entries!
- Follow @cablecarcouture on Twitter and tweet about this contest!
- Share the link for the contest in your Facebook status update.
The contest goes until Tuesday, December 1st, 2009 at midnight! Remember, if you win, you can always gift it for a loved one at Christmas… or keep it for yourself. (Which I would do…)
You may also like to know that NEPALI by TDM Design is having a Create Your Own Scarf Contest! So if you’ve always wanted to try your hand at design and have the perfect thing in mind, now is your chance! Submit your scarf designs and the winner gets their design created for them! Contest details can be found at http://www.tdmdesigninc.com/blogs/news. Send your design to email@example.com by December 10, 2009.
May the best woman win!
Blog Disclosure: I received free product for writing a review for Nepali by TDM Design. We honestly love their scarves.