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Welcome to day five of our Holiday Giveaway! Win a stylish garment bag from Jen Darling Bags! Comment on this blog article by 9AM (EST) Monday, December 6th to be entered to win!

It’s always a time for travel. Plane, Train, Automobile…. Even if you can only getaway for one night. Otherwise, quality time in the closet can be just as fun. *Rachel Zoe is a fan of the Capri Violet.

Details: 23’’ x 41’’ x 5’’ gusset when expanded, 100% cotton twill, vintage print, black patent leather tassel & accents, internal pocket, button for bifold closure, all leather utilizes textile waste. Fits up to five garments. Made in California. Comes with matching shoe bag!

Comment to Win: What magazine titles do you find most inspiring/fun to read?

Congratulations to missknitta who won the A Selvedge Magazine 3 Year Subscription!

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This giveaway is sponsored by Jen Darling Bags

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    Dec 15, 2010, 03.02 PMby cinzia1bo

    my first giveaway !

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    Dec 8, 2010, 11.21 AMby serenata

    I started buying Burda since I was 18 years old. I am 49 now and I still use its patterns. It is so important that I can create whatever I like. Τhank you Burda!

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    Dec 7, 2010, 03.43 AMby jccox

    In Style and BurdaStyle. Also enjoy thumbing through any home improvement magazine.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 10.24 PMby ciaoterra

    I’ve been nabbing my father’s National Geographic for so many years he finally gave me my own subscription. The stories and all the naturally vibrant colours are massively inspirational!

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    Dec 6, 2010, 09.45 PMby crocka

    Congrats to missknitta!!

    I love to read W and Nylon both are trend savvy and have gorgeous layouts and fashion spreads. Oh and I also dig on FADER a lot, they keep it real with all the music underground and mainstream.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 06.31 PMby Shalyn McFaul

    Real Simple and Vogue. I’ve never bought an actual Burda magazine before, but I just found a place that carries it so I’m dead-set on getting the January one coming out.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 04.25 PMby Lindsay Foucht

    Home and Garden — I usually look past their cover stories and look at the little details in the pictures and see what kind of things I can sew to make my apartment more home-like.

    Also, I rarely make anything out of Crochet! but I use their garments as inspiration to try different stitch patterns.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 03.34 PMby villeford

    I don’t have any current subscriptions to fashion mags, as it’s not really in the budget. But I do like to pick up old copies of Charm and Vogue that make their way into the second-hand shops. The older issues are best — I can see current fashion by walking down the street. My style is a bit more vintage than that.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 03.24 PMby stephanieb

    I like to read Threads magazine, Southern Living magazine and Taste of Home – all for various different reasons, of course – however they ALL inspire me in my day-to-day life.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 03.12 PMby bitterbunny

    my FAVORITE FAVORITE FAVORITE is threads. I just love all their tips and techniques. I look forward to it every other month!

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    Dec 6, 2010, 12.53 PMby Shira B

    Burdastyle magazine :)

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    Dec 6, 2010, 12.52 PMby winnieh-1

    Vogue magazine if I had to name one. I generally survey lots of different sources for inspiration ranging from fashion magazines and blogs to tech trend magazines like Wired. I try to look at all sides of our culture for design inspiration.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 11.59 AMby koh

    I tend to go for Vogue when looking for inspiration – the photo shoots they put together are always great and I find the settings just as inspiring as the clothes.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 11.52 AMby chetange

    Lately I have been absorbed in the pages of Bazaar. Anything with inspiring fashion and good photography. But of course I always look at how much the subscription costs to avoid braking the bank.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 11.07 AMby alyc

    BurdaStyle, Vogue and InStyle

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    Dec 6, 2010, 11.01 AMby ananae

    I like the old Burda International magazines- filled with tendecies and great models to sew. Nowdays I find most inspiring the italian Glamour and Italian Marie Clair. Burda of course- for the patterns one can alter….

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    Dec 6, 2010, 10.34 AMby Emily Liu

    Frankie is the most inspiring magazine title i’ve read recently :)

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    Dec 6, 2010, 10.30 AMby mikimac

    I love a great variety of magazines, but really enjoy Vogue, Petra, Burda, all magazines revolving around architecture, house decorating etc. . I also love blogs, you get an insight in so many different creative processes that way :-)

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    Dec 6, 2010, 10.09 AMby Ruffles Gazebo

    sewing zines which are floating around australia are always fun and are cheap enough for a full time student like i! international vogues have the most amazing and beautiful photography, even if its just the adds! also just simple mags like frankie and yen are always fun. But honestly anything japanese would make me pretty darn happy!!!

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    Dec 6, 2010, 09.32 AMby magnolia729

    Vogue sometimes, but i read fashion blogs on the web more often

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    Dec 6, 2010, 09.25 AMby birdgehrl28

    I love BUST magazine – the styles are chic and fit my more laid back lifestyle. Also, how can you go wrong with style inspiration, recipes, and tons of DIY articles? It’s also how I discovered Burdastyle :)

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    Dec 6, 2010, 09.18 AMby lolalu

    I am a fan of InStyle, Cosmo and Burda of course.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 08.43 AMby loyl8

    so many I like to read and be inspired by also by online blogs and wedsites. Vogue, Vanity fair, MarieClaire, Threads,SewStylish, Nylon just to name a few!

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    Dec 6, 2010, 08.34 AMby chocula

    Cooks Illustrated – it’s truly inspiring and it’s food porn galore AHHHH totally eye-gasmic and visually digestible!!!

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    Dec 6, 2010, 08.25 AMby peaudane

    I like the French Elle, which is a weekly magazine, and of course, Burdastyle magazine!

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    Dec 6, 2010, 07.18 AMby dobrotalivia

    I am buying Burdastyle every month.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 07.02 AMby limer

    International Vogues and The National Geographic have been the most inspiring magazines to read.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 06.50 AMby ealis

    I read Threads and Sew News to stay current on sewing trends and techniques; and I read Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Clare and InStyle to stay current on fashion trends and embellishment/accessory techniques.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 06.43 AMby clement48ba

    I really like the vogues and buy international vogues specially because it help me in transportation.Its really great.

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    Dec 6, 2010, 06.36 AMby miip

    I don’t subscribe to magazines, but enjoy whatever I come across. I follow several sewing blogs and find most of my inspiration online. I buy the occasional Burda and Threads – usually for some specific piece I want to use, or just for fun and teaching myself new stuff

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