Giveaway: Layering shell from The Modest Mom

White Kiki Riki Layering Shell

psst…head over to enter a second giveaway on The Modest Mom blog!

ends 8/5/11

The Modest Mom offers cute, fashionable clothing for moms, both maternity and regular.  I had the privilege of reviewing one of Caroline’s skirts in the past, and now I’m the happy owner of her latest discovery, a layering shell.

I never knew I needed one of these until she added it to her shop, and now I wonder why I didn’t already own 2 or 3!  This shell is the perfect solution to the problem of today’s necklines, which are almost universally designed to show off what some of us want to cover: our cleavage.  We live in a very warm climate, so I love being able to layer without adding too much bulky insulation.

The fabric is very lightweight and breathable, and the neckline leaves nothing to chance.  It’s a little higher than I prefer, but I really appreciate that I don’t have to watch my neckline even when I bend down to talk to a little one, or lean over a table.

This shell is going to greatly expand my wardrobe, allowing me to add many cute and trendy tops that I couldn’t consider wearing before!

The Modest Mom is having a July sale now, but like the month of July the sale is ending soon.  Nearly everything in the shop is discounted, so hurry!

For a chance to win your own free layering shell, do any or all of the actions below.  Leave a comment for each entry.

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  1. I never win these things, probably because I never enter…but OOOOO, I’d love to win this one! Thank you for the opportunity.

  2. I subscribe to your emails.

  3. Nice! Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. I now subscribe to your emails.

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