Monday, September 23, 2013

The Cambridge Scarf Giveaway!

   I'm still exploring my own style & I'm loving many aspects of British fashion. For me, a comfy sweater, knee high socks, a skirt, & a scarf is always a winning combination!

   Speaking of winning, I'm giving away this lovely scarf to one lovely reader! I just want to say thank you to each one of you who has followed me on my adventures! As a writer, I love knowing that people enjoy reading my work (which some of you obviously must, since you keep coming back). As Autumn floats down on us, this scarf would make a beautiful & warm accessory in your wardrobe.

How To Enter

1. Follow Loquacious Wanderer

2. Leave a comment on this post telling me where in England you would most like to visit & why! It can be a place I've been to, or better yet, somewhere I've never heard of!

3. Please include your email address if it's not linked to your profile

   This giveaway will be open till September 29th, 2013, midnight, London time. The winner will be drawn at random & I'll contact them via email!


   In order to enter this giveaway you must be a resident of the United States or the United Kingdom. No duplicate comments please. If you have any questions please feel free to email me!

P.S. Thank you Zuzana for taking all these lovely pictures!


  1. ANYWHERE and EVERYWHERE... but for the sake of discussion, Stonehenge. Seriously. How cool would it be to see that???
    Lovely pictures and lovely scarf. :)

    1. Proud of you for being able to pick just one. Stonehenge would be so cool to see! Maybe you'll find the Pandorica too...

  2. Pick me, pick me! If I could visit anywhere in England, I think I would want to visit the Lake District. It seems like the prettiest, most peaceful place. Just gorgeous. I was first intrigued by the references to it in Miss Potter (have you seen that movie?). London would probably be a close second. So many interesting places in England!

    (Also, your pictures are perfectly lovely.)

    1. The Lake District really is gorgeous. And yes, I've seen Miss Potter! I need to watch it again now that I've actually been to the Lake District.

  3. I enjoyed London and all the parks... would love more time to see more things.

    1. London is so full of history, you could spend weeks there & still not see it all! And yes, there are some lovely parks too...