Slip Giveaway for Mother’s Day


Cami – $39, Slip – $49, 16″ half slip – $34
Your choice of colors and v-neck or scoop neck!

After Kokoon saw my post about why every women needs a slip in her wardrobe, they agreed with the importance of slips and wanted to gift one of you with a collection of Kokoon slips!

This is a perfect gift for Mother’s Day – or for yourself!

See more of Kokoon’s Spring 2015 line here. You may recognize a gal modeling a few of the outfits.


As always entering my giveaways are easy – simply leave a comment.

You will receive in the slip set (1) a cami valued at $39, (2) a full slip valued at $49, and my favorite (3) the 16″ half slip valued at $34 all in your choice of colors and in v-neck or scoop neck.

I certainly love reading your comments, so tell me a story about your favorite lesson your mom taught you, or if you are a mom, perhaps what your child(ren) have taught you as a mom – let’s celebrate all the mothers!

Open to US residents only – winner announced Friday morning.  Good luck!

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


  • Jennifer

    Myboys have taught me that dirt is actually a toy :) xoxo

  • Stephanie Young

    My mama taught me to always double (sometimes triple!) read any important email I send, as it can set the tone and be a first impression.

  • Pim

    My mom has always taught me to WORK HARD! She’s a tough cookie.

  • Karla

    My mother always taught me to keep my word. People appreciate when we do this because it shows we respect thier time and them!

  • Christina

    Two of the most important lessons I’ve learned from my mom are 1) to wear sunscreen to take care of my skin! Just yesterday I went to the dermatologist and they complimented me on it. I immediately called my mom to say thanks :) and 2) to always stay active and eat whole meals. My mom has rheumatoid arthritis and is always worried that my sisters and I will be diagnosed at some point in our lives. She reminds us often that in order to avoid the disease we need to continue to live active lives and fuel our bodies with good food. Moms are just the best.

  • Carrie

    My daughter laughs at me when I wear a slip but guess what? She borrowed it last week!! See, Mama always knows best :)

  • Maria Camera

    My Mom taught me the importance of always being a “Lady” and not using bad language. I feel that that was great advice and has helped me a lot in my life. Some of those old fashioned values go a long way in today’s society!

  • Carissa

    My mom would certainly appreciate my entering this giveaway, because she taught me modesty. Lots and lots of modesty when it comes to dressing ;)

  • Marty Walden

    My kids have taught me that I am stronger than I imagined, filled with more compassion than I believed and am a mama warrior for my kids who struggle.

  • Rachel

    My mom taught me the importance of having manners. It shows respect to be polite. I have found that when I give others that courtesy, it is usually returned.
    She also would want me to be a lady and wear a slip under a sheer dress ;)

  • Jennifer Shu

    This is great! Thank you!

    One beauty lesson my mom taught me was to not wear make up until I was 18. She knew at such a young age I wouldn’t wash my face well so it’s best to stay away from foundation. She was right.

  • jenny

    Sounds like a great give away! As, a mom of 3 ( 6 year old girl & twin boys 3). My children have taught me patience!

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