Loveswept is a eau de toilet (edt) by Philosophy. This edt hasn’t flared up my asthma or gave me any headaches and has been my number one daily edt used between it and Michael Kors Coral, and Philosophy’s Live Joyously. Although, there is another one I just got in the mail from Clinique that might be my next daily wear.
Loveswept price ranges from $18-66 with 0.5 oz to 4.0 oz and a 2oz for $48. This soft, romantic, floral fragrance is designed to sweep women off their feet, leaving you with a soft embrace of happiness and love. May it inspire passion as you wear Loveswept.
I, when I had some discounts from Philosophy.com, purchased three small edts of this one. One I took with me to PA. The other two I was thinking of giving away. Maybe a US only giveaway. This would be my first time doing a giveaway. Therefore, I am thinking of a fun way to do it. Do you have any suggestions?
I was thinking, maybe because this is a blog site, I could have you write a Loveswept experience. From all I receive, I will pick two of them to send this to.
Keep in mind, these edts are 0.5oz’s. They are not the 2oz or 4oz ones. But it’s a nice fragrance to own and for you it would be free!
I also will do another giveaway with another Philosophy edt, but I’m not in TX and forgot what the name is. I think it’s Pure Grace Summer one. It’s not my fave smell. I think I have 2 or 3 of those in 0.5oz’s as well. I have two separate giveaways to think about! 🙂
What do you think of a giveaway? Let me know, thanks! And thanks for reading and/or taking your time stopping by my blog.
Tomorrow my kindle book will officially be published for purchase. It is available for preorder until then. It is called The Rabbit and Its Tail and it is in loving memory of my Dad who passed away last March.
Tomorrow is the last full day I’ll get to spend at my hometown I grew up at. I will be heading back to TX and begin working again on Monday. A years worth all in one week- my mom and I had a chance to see some of our friends and family and other things while we stayed here. This trip was both good and bad. But hey, that’s life, I guess. At least, I got to find pictures of me and Dad and videos to watch of my childhood. All these memories and we each can bring two suitcases. My mind wants to bring a lot. I hope I can separate my wants from what would be good for me to take. That way I don’t take everything! I really don’t know how mom and dad could leave so much behind when they moved from India to America.