GIVEAWAY: Miguel Ases earrings from Fragments!


Want to share the same accessories as First Lady Michelle Obama? Then make sure you enter our exclusive giveaway!

I am so excited to be teaming up with to offer one lucky reader the chance to win these fabulous pair of earrings by Miguel Ases!

Valued at $425, these 'Blue Magic' chandelier earrings are made from delicate pieces of amazonite, miyuki and Swarovski crystal with 14K gold fill posts. Dramatic and eye-catching, Miguel Ases's chandelier earrings are widely coveted for their intricate design, lightweight feel and unique use of colour. 

First Lady Michelle Obama has been spotted on more than one occasion wearing pieces by Miguel Ases, including at the Kennedy Center Honors in December 2011 and to the NATO spouses function in Chicago in May 2012.

Michelle Obama wears Miguel Ases earrings to the NATO Spouse meeting in May 2012. has recently relaunched its website, and features pieces by designers such as Anton Heunis, Coralia Leets and Dana Kellin.

For a chance of winning these beautiful earrings answer the following question...

"If you were invited to a State Dinner at the White House, and was providing the jewels for your look, which pieces would you select from the site and why?"

Leave your answer in the comments section of this post and be sure to include links from the website so I can see which pieces you would select! 

For additional chances at winning the earrings, do the following...
(Each 'follow' stands for an additional entry in conjunction with the main entry as described above.)

The closing date for this contest is 24th September 2012. The giveaway is open to all readers. 

Good luck and stay tuned for the announcement of the winner! 


Anastasija said...

FB NAME: Anastasija Milojević
TW name: stashica87
want the "Blue Magic" so much!!
Follow you also via GFC-name Staša

radmilamila said...

wow those are beautiful earrings and a great giveaway!
If i were at the White House dinner, i would go for some understated chic with the ring and a necklace
Thanks a lot, Radmila,

radmilamila said...

and i also follow Political Style on Twitter (name @radmilamila)

radmilamila said...

and i also Follow on Twitter (@radmilamila)

Emma said...

Loving this giveaway, so different and intriguing!

My final option is the following:


Necklaces: 1)


I love all the earrings from the new collection of Mr. Ases. For a State Dinner I decided on the Glamour Girl Earrings since they are powerful, totally make their own statement but at the same time they have a classical beauty that is impressive.
I decided to mix both necklaces because they would simply add different layers and textures. The combination compliments the elegance and lightness of the earrings while still adding that "special" touch that make them pop without being too flashy.
The bracelet is the piece that seals the whole set together by bringing air and lightness to the collection. By making it just one bigger bracelet there will be no extra-noise from the wrists that might bring unwanted attention to just the bracelet.
After all it's not about one piece, it should always bet about the whole set bringing the best to your own outfit and to your own persona. Without doubt for a State Dinner you want to look classy without having to skip on your more modern-side that sometimes gets put aside to look classy.

I am following all the accounts mentioned.

MJ Moore said...

Colette is absolutely captivating! I would wear her and, with the I'd wear a dramatic platinum dress, and try to strike an Art Nouveau note without being too period- that's why Colette's designs are perfect- understated opulence.

I did all of the extras- @butterflyrouge on Twitter, M.J. Moore on FB.


inge said...

I would wear a Dana Kellon black and white ice pendant necklace with a pair of Dana Kellin white sparke earrings which compliment each other. Because they are such statement pieces I would wear a black dress with silver sandals.

bellastella said...

Erin Thomson following you on Facebook

I would choose the Icy Gray Drop earrings by Miguel

paired with the ombre lulu cuff by Deanna Hamro

I would wear the Jcrew collection organza sheath dress in canvas (as shown)

I would complete the look with a pair of jimmy choo Cosmic.....

Anisa Febrina said...

i would wear the Labradorite Love Necklace and Deco Snake Bracelet I choose them because i want to look simpe and exquisite but also unique. The necklace's stones give a sophisticated vibe, and the bracelet is simple but stunning. I want my look to represent a "young politician" who's not just smart but also stylist.

Anisa Febrina said...

i follow political style on facebook (Anisa Febrina)

Anisa Febrina said...

i follow political style on twitter (@anisafebrina)

Anisa Febrina said...

i follow fragments jewelry on facebook (Anisa Febrina)

Anisa Febrina said...

i follow fragments jewelry on twitter (@anisafebrina)

donna gonzalez said...

i would wear the druzy bracelet- because it is simple, yet so beautiful and tasteful. it makes a statement of being bold beautiful and classy- i love it!

Shelley said...

I love the Navy Pearl Slice Ring because it would look great with my own diamond earrings and brick red-colored dress. Then I realized that I would be wearing red, white and blue and you can't go wrong with those colors, as long as they're combined elegantly for a state dinner.

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