And The Winners Are…

ForeverChic

Forever Chic by Tish Jett – hopefully soon to be back in stock!

Drawn by the venerable Random Number Generator…..

Maggie Fieger and Leslie (11/7 10:05a)  !!

Please email me at info@unefemme.net with your mailing address, and I’ll get these sent out to you first thing next week.

Congratulations to the winners, and thank you ALL for your lovely comments and for entering the contest!

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    November 15, 2013 / 6:57 am

    Yesterday, I met “Tish” at the Chicago event and book signing. I already had the book pre-ordered, downloaded, and read (several sections more than once).

    Tish is a delightful resource and an engaging speaker. Her insights and tips are so relevant and she really celebrates the art of living well. I feel very fortunate to have been present at this discussion and that was a view shared my all those attending.

  2. Tish Jett
    November 15, 2013 / 10:00 am

    My dearest Pseu,

    It is a shame you could not have been there to meet Anonymous, she is incredibly charming and creatively elegant. She is an artist and she looked absolutely stunning.

    Thank you again, my dear, dear friend for everything. Several women at the lunch are loyal readers of your fab-u-lous blog. One woman asked me if there was anything in the book about scarf tying and I told her to come here. I also told her you taught me a great trick when we were in Paris together.

    As we discussed over one of our lunches, the world of blogging is one of the most wonderful ways to make friends. You are proof of that. I am so happy to be able to call you a friend. (I’m also looking forward to seeing you next year.)

    xo,
    Tish

    • une femme
      November 15, 2013 / 7:13 pm

      Oh Tish, I so wish I could have been there with you all! It must have been so much fun. Année prochaine à Paris….I’m counting the weeks.

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