*Shabby Apple* Giveaway!

Hope you had a lovely weekend! We headed up to the cabin with friends for a few days of board games, hot chocolate and relaxing. It was a great way to wish winter farewell.

I’m really excited for today’s giveaway! Shabby Apple, an online boutique which offers a wonderful selection of classic and stylish dresses, is offering one of three featured dresses to a PDB reader.

Love these three styles:

Above, the Bali Ha’i’ dress – a classy shift dress in a deep purple which features plenty of petal-like folds around the neck.

Below, the Baja dress – a playful navy and white striped jersey blend that’s perfect for the upcoming summer.

And finally the North Shore dress with its big, beautiful pleated rosettes and cinched waste.

Shabby Apple features vintage-inspired dresses for women, kids and even in maternity sizes. I love their ever-changing selection, including their various boutique lines, and admire their commitment to charity and improving the living standards for women abroad through production of the dresses.

I’ve been a huge fan of Shabby Apple for some time and I’m thrilled to partner with them to share a giveaway!


Giveaway: Your choice of the Bali Ha’i’, Baja or North Shore dress (please visit the above link to each dress for more specs and images). Please note, you must have a US shipping address to enter this giveaway.

To Enter: Since Shabby Apple is all about bringing classic and stylish dresses back to everyday wear, feel free to share your ‘go-to’ wardrobe staples for spring!

For Additional Entries: Become a fan of PDB and/or Shabby Apple on Facebook and be sure to leave a separate comment(s) to share that you’ve added us.

Giveaway ends Friday, March 18 at midnight PST, winner will be chosen randomly and announced the following Monday. Good luck!


Don’t worry if you’re not the winner, Shabby Apple is offering a discount for all PDB readers so be sure to check back next Monday for the promotional code!

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  1. Anna says

    I love the North Shore dress, the color just screams spring. My go-to are fun tanks with cardigans and peep toe flats.

  2. says

    Cotton skirts! Light and airy in the hot summer days! (But that North Shore dress looks pretty wonderful, too, eh?!)

  3. Kristie says

    I love North Shore dress! My go to is a jcrew cardigan- they go with everything!

  4. LAMusing says

    Lovely dresses! For spring I wear jeans, cute flats and colorful cotton shirts

  5. Minide P. says

    I think the Bali Ha’i’ Dress is beautiful. I would love to add it to my Spring wardrobe.

  6. Elisabeth says

    I love the Baja dress! My go to Spring item would definitely be wedges, they’re so cute dressed up or down.

  7. says

    I have been drooling over almost everything at SA for the past couple of months. Can’t decide whether I like the Bali Ha’i’ or North Shore style better!

    My go-to spring staples are cardigans and light cotton/linen skirts. And florals. LOTS of florals!

  8. Amanda says

    I love that purple! My spring go-to staple is a knee-length white skirt with a crocheted border…it’s very light and airy, and can be dressed up or down.

  9. Kari says

    I’m in love Shabby Apple dresses, especially the Bali Ha’i’! My favorite spring outfits consist of bright tanks or t-shirts paired with a white jean skirt and cute cardigan. Shoes are matching flats or sandals.

    I liked you on FB too :)

  10. Kelsey Cole says

    Such great dresses…love the Bali Ha’i and Baja dress, but think I’d get more use out of the Baja. I love wearing jersey knit skirts or dresses in the spring/summer.

  11. Liz says

    My staple for summer (since these dresses all remind me of summer) is a simple dress usually in a solid color with metallic sandals. Always looks so put-together with minimal effort.

  12. says

    I just have to have the Bali Ha’i’ dress! It’s gorgeous!

    I live in Phoenix, so my spring wardrobe basically means I’m already dressing for summer. Gotta love colorful sundresses!

  13. Rebecca T. says

    My go to items are flirty sundresses and peep toe wedges!

  14. Carly says

    Love, love, love the North Shore dress! I am all about ankle-length pants and ballet flats in the spring – plus lightweight scarves and trenchcoats with pretty details!

  15. Teresa S. says

    I LOVE the Bali Ha’i’ dress! For spring I stick to comfy and cute t-shirts with a plethora of light cardigans, sweaters, and fleeces. And of course I pair them with my favorite jeans and cute ballet flats.

  16. says

    Oh my gosh, so gorgeous! I love that Bali Hai’i’ dress! My wardrobe staple is leggings—living in SF means it’s usually a little brisk. Leggings let me wear the cute stuff and still stay warm!

  17. Judy says

    My wardrobe staple is a cute sandal and coordinating earrings. Love to bring the color of shoes and earring together.

  18. Kate says

    Love the North Shore dress…maybe because I like close to the “North Shore”?? My go-to: high-waist jeans with espradilles!

  19. Cheryl says

    My staple for spring would be a floral print scarf! It can go with any outfit, dressing it up and making it super cute!

  20. Lisa says

    I love the Bali Ha’i’ dress! I’m pregnant right now, but it would give me something to aspire to afterwards!

  21. Falan G says

    I love the North Shore dress! It looks like it would be easy to dress up or down! Ankle length pants with ballet flats are my go-to for spring (can also easily be dressed up or down)… I’m also glad to know I can follow both sites on facebook now that I’m a “fan”:)

  22. Lori H says

    I think the Bali Ha i or the North Shore would look best on me. Beautiful colors! My go-to piece of clothing in the spring is one of my cardigans…keeps me warm in the cool mornings and can come off later in the day.

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