As cliché as it may sound, life just wouldn’t be the same without you. And to thank you for all the love in 2017, I have a very special giveaway up my sleeve. I don’t do giveaways often, but when I do it’s something I think you’ll really love. It’s a goal of mine to do a little bit more in 2018 to thank you for being the heartbeat of Brunch on Chestnut. I can’t express my gratitude enough for taking the time to read my blog and for all of your support. I feel beyond lucky that the women who engage and follow along are kind, funny, intelligent, and overall warm, wonderful humans. Through hard times this year and through highlights, you always surprise me with how awesome you are. The conversations I have on a daily basis feel like I’m chatting with close friends. That’s one of the coolest parts of my job. Connecting with you keeps my inspiration and enthusiasm alive. So, thank you! I could continue to wax poetic on this topic for hours, but I’m sure you want to hear more about what you could win…
THIS BEAUTY is the dream. I don’t think I’ve owned a camel coat I love more. It’s just so beautiful, warm, sleek, and timeless. I love a good blanket coat, especially when the cut is perfectly tailored, creating a flattering wrapped waistline, even with several layers beneath. I always look for and love a reinvented classic that has high-quality material and attention to detail in the silhouette. It’s made with a mid-weight brushed Japanese wool, by a local San Francisco luxury coat designer, J’Amy Tarr. It comes in camel, cream, and rust. This jacket is just a gem.
I’m so excited to giveaway a blanket coat to one of you lovely readers (valued at $678)! The entries are open now until tomorrow evening, 12/21 at 5 pm PST, and I will announce the winner in this blog post and on Instagram at 6 pm PST. Please make sure your profiles are public tomorrow so that I can ensure all the entering boxes are checked off. Good luck!
head to Instagram and follow @ashleykane and @jamytarr and tag 1-2 friends in the comments of this photo
Thank you to Lucy for capturing these images!