STATE

February 11, 2013

 

Happy Monday everyone! I can’t tell you how excited I am about this post – it’s such a fun way to kick off the week. The lovely Adrienne Antonson of STATE has graciously offered up a one of a kind, deconstructed, button-down smock from her shop. The winner will receive one STATE smock of their choosing (pockets filled with treasures), with free shipping anywhere in the world!! It’s a very versatile piece – you can style it over things, wear it under things, belt it, button it, leave it open, & fill the pockets!

I have a red one & will be showing it off later this week on Instagram. Below are some of my favorite images from her most recent photo-shoot & pieces that are on my wish list! I have been a huge fan for a while now so I am so honored to be hosting this giveaway. Adrienne is an incredibly kind, talented, & enthusiastic maker of things. You should dive into her online presence & really get to know her. I guarantee you’ll like what you find. Also, her NY home was recently featured on Design Sponge right here.

To Enter – ( Note: The giveaway ends a week from today )
01. Follow STATE on Facebook or Instagram
02. Leave a comment here about what you would fill it’s wonderfully large pockets with

 





 

You may recognize her and some of these products from when she was a Lovely Lady. She seriously KILLED it with her suspenders, braided hair, and horse print socks! So unique.

Below: Alpaca Head Tie  |  Charcoal Britches  |  Polkadot Britches  |  Ink Tank

 


COMMENTS ( 123 )
TAGS : Fashion

123 Comments

February 11th 2013

I see these beautiful smocks as my new work uniform. As a seamstress I would fill those polka dot pockets with all my essential tools!

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February 11th 2013

Well, seeing as though I’m an illustrator, I think it would perfect fit a few of my supplies… and of course a chapstick or two!

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February 11th 2013

love this! thanks! i would fill it with my yarn and needles for the on the go knitting! ;)

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February 11th 2013

I would fill one pocket with a pocket notebook and pen for writing and doodling, and the other with some pumpkin seeds for snacking! I love these smocks so much.

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February 11th 2013

Hey Emma! I’d fill those pockets up with my camera gear, a sketch book and a book to read and hit the beautiful Retiro park in Madrid, where I live.
I have a quite large obsession with pockets and would loooove to get my hands on a State Smock! The pockets look delicious and oh so handsomely grande.
In. love.

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February 11th 2013

Travel in places near and far is what I love the best. If I had a smock, I’d take it on a trip and fill its pockets with dreams of far away places, my phone for both its camera and online travel guides, street market wares and snacks, flirtatious notes from handsome exotic strangers in languages I don’t speak, tiny nicknacks imbued with the memories of my trip, and postcards. Lots of postcards.

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February 11th 2013

Definitely at least one lip balm, a mint or two for sharing, a few bobby pins and a hair tie for quick changes, and when doing fieldwork for my job, extra batteries for my gps, paperclips, and always-vital tiny binder clips!

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February 11th 2013

I would wear the smock around my store and keep the pockets filled with found treasures like an old coin, vintage hairpins and matchbooks. And my harmonica, always.

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February 11th 2013

I’d fill the pockets of this lovely smock with colorful fruits and veggies from the early morning street markets of Mumbai! It’ll leave my hands free for expressive haggling, and maybe a cup if roadside chai too!

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February 11th 2013

I love pockets! I would fill them with a notebook, my favorite pen and my iPhone.

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February 11th 2013

Ah! These smocks would be a perfect everyday wear for me! I’m a film photographer so in one pocket I’d have a light meter and in the other I’d have rolls of film! Love, love, love these!

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February 11th 2013

pockets are the best :) I’ll fill it with my phone, wallet, and my notebook!

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February 11th 2013

Holy moly, I have been coveting the STATE smock forever. Especially in a neutral colour like the hilly smock. I would keep my musical practice gear in it’s lovely pockets: metronome, pitch pipe, logbook and pen. Hooray!

PS: I love your blog Emma, so happy I found you in the unconventional way I did.

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February 11th 2013

I love the pockets! Mine would most likely be filled with a notebook for writing ideas…

Thanks Emma…

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February 11th 2013

This smock is so versatile! I love everything with pockets and would fill this darling piece with my essentials..my food journal, camera, wallet, and phone.

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February 11th 2013

I would fill the pockets with dog food and hope to find many stray animals to feed.

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February 11th 2013

I would fill the pockets with film for my photo adventures!
~Jennifer

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February 11th 2013

I’m a photographer and would love to wear the smock while developing in the dark room to keep essentials on hand

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February 11th 2013

I would fill the pockets with my whole life probably, they’re big enough! Thanks for the giveaway!

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February 11th 2013

I’d wear one of these gorgeous STATE smocks on Valentine’s day and fill those deep pockets with heart candies, red, pink and silver confetti, notes of endearment and lollipops in all shapes and sizes.

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February 11th 2013

I would fill those gorgeous pockets with ribbons and buttons, some glitter and maybe a pretty stone or two :) just because I could, and these things seem to end up in my pockets from time to time!
X

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February 11th 2013

hmm. i’d keep a notebook, writing utensils, my phone, chapstick, bobbypins and hair “things”, my wallet or wally (also on my wish list from distil union), definitely one of those amazing head ties from STATE, and some nuts for my pet squirrel. his name is turtle. he could nap in the pocket too!

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February 11th 2013

I would fill the pocket with my step daughters address so I could gift her the STATE smock because she is the best!

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February 11th 2013

One of those smocks would be fitting garb for painting. Large pockets ideal for holding paint brushes and such. Actually, those pockets would be quite useful when walking. I tend to collect wee nature treasures or special findings I spot out on walks. I especially adore the solid colors. Grey would be quite nice.
Thank you for this chance to win.

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February 11th 2013

I’d fill those pockets with secrets. Lots and lots of secrets.

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February 11th 2013

Ok, so I don’t deserve to win because I already have a smock (j’adore it.) but I still wanna play the fill-my-pockets game:
1. spf10 “kiss of cherry” lip balm
2. ahava dead sea mineral lotion
3. some cash maybe? my phone def.
4. a pen. somehow I always need a pen, despite the digital age
5. snacks? maybe a ziploc of soup crackers, or tootsie rolls.

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February 11th 2013

I’d fill them with my love for Adrienne, miniatures of her alpacas, and the wild cotton I’m currently harvesting to experiment on producing my local feral panty collection.

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February 11th 2013

these are too, too cute! i would LIKE to fill it with painting essentials. it’s certainly a creative day type of top. but to be honest i’d probably end up filling mine with multiple types lipstick & lip balm.

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February 11th 2013

I’m in love with these! My pockets would inevitably be filled with chapstick, Altoids and other little candies, a pen and notebook for ideas and a million bobbie pins.

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February 11th 2013

In another forum I mentioned filling pockets with the adventures of imminent motherhood. My babe has since arrived, as did a smock, so I can tell you that one pocket makes music when I walk, being filled with baby rattles, loose change and keys. The other pocket houses the odd sock, gathered flora, a rag and sometimes a toy donkey.

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February 11th 2013

I’d love to wear it to work, waiting tables, and have all my goodies–paper, pens, straws, candles, etc. YES PLEASE

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February 11th 2013

In my smock(s) I fill one pocket with snacks for me, the other pocket with snacks for my cat, Nora, who is always by my side.

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February 11th 2013

Pens, sketchpad, rocks maybe.

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February 11th 2013

Oh fun! hmm…what to put in the pockets…

One pocket is for essentials for whatever project I’m working on, the other one is a home for my niece’s toys…she looooves pockets. I think she’d even love to wear the smock herself sometimes, she also loves dress-up :D

Thanks for the giveaway!

I’m following on Instagram! @alliedean

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February 11th 2013

I would fill my pockets with all sorts of ephemera collected walking through the woods. Feathers and acorns and other small discarded tokens of nature. I have a large collection of these items displayed in my home and they often make it into the pieces I create.

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February 11th 2013

I would fill my pockets with sweets to snack on, and my iphone for quick snaps as I stroll around the neighborhood enjoying the day while rocking my new smock from STATE. :)

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February 11th 2013

Ooh, I love the navy and dark grey smocks.. I’m currently training at flower school, so I’d keep my shears and wires in the pockets, but I’m also a chronic beachcomber, so probably some sea glass and old pottery pieces!

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February 11th 2013

Those polka dot britches are the cutest and so are those smocks!! I could definitely use one of those. I love how versatile they are! I’d fill it with all my stationary goodies ,my colourful pens and pencils, exacto knife and usb, perfect for when I’m working from home going from room to room. I think my little ideas notebook could fit too :)

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February 11th 2013

I work in natural dyes and as a dyer I would go out and collect flowers, leaves, acorns, etc and fill my pockets. Plus I would always have my scissors on me.

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February 11th 2013

Studying Delaware kinship ties, so my pockets would be filled with pens, notes, and snacks for my delving. Love the giveaway!

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February 11th 2013

Swoon! I would happily fill my pockets with pens and notepads for communicating with friends and strangers that I come across during my days (being deaf). I’m following STATE on Facebook!

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February 11th 2013

Gosh these smocks are wonderful! Seeing as I’m having a baby girl in a few months (yahoooo), my pockets would probably end up being filled with a pacifier, some kind of small baby toy, and baby socks. haha. But maybe I’d put my own things inside too…like lip gloss and my phone.

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February 11th 2013

Chocolates, of course. It’s almost Valentines Day. I’m 62 and think that the smocks are one of coolest clothing designs ever because no matter what your age, you can be stylin’ while wearing one. :)

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February 11th 2013

Well, I just ordered the cute indigo tie dye britches and cannot wait till they come in the mail! I love receiving packages, even if I bought them for myself, because it always makes me feel like it’s my birthday!! I am over the moon for these smocks as well. Currently, I am doing my student teaching as a middle school art teacher and will be ready to be an “official” teacher next fall. Due to the nature of my profession, I can think of a million things I would stow in these roomy pockets. Lip balm, lotion, pencils, pens, paper clips, safety scissors (for the kiddos), white out, mini stapler, tape (of all kinds), calculator, pocket dictionary/thesaurus, erasers, pencil sharpener, bobby pins, zip drive, glue stick, a picture of my three furry children (two dogs & one kitten), etc…and last but not least, a corkscrew for when I get home!!

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February 11th 2013

Paint brushes and candy in one pocket and a small puppy in the other. :)

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February 11th 2013

i followed on instagram – i would fill one side of the pockets with sewing supplies, and one with snacks!

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February 11th 2013

a gameboy, burts bees and dinosours!!

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February 11th 2013

aw these are beautiful!

i would fill my pockets with… cinnamon hearts and glitter :)

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February 11th 2013

These pockets would be spectacular for holding extra rolls of film while I’m shooting! So cute!

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February 11th 2013

this giveaway is too awesome. i would fill them pockets with hot tamales (the candy, not the mexican food – that could get messy).

followed on instagram, as well! @annaekoenig

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February 11th 2013

I would fill my pockets with pens, a notebook, a Salinger paperback, and some yogurt-covered pretzels for a day spent readin’ and observin’.

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February 11th 2013

I would fill the pockets with adorable little puppies. eeekkkk.

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February 11th 2013

I would fill the pockets with old-timey letters to friends and run around Chicago like a dreamy mail-girl in a freaking cool smock outfit. OMGSH I want.

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February 11th 2013

I work on a farm so I would fill these pockets with seeds for my garden, eggs from my sweet laying hens, treats for my goats (carrots and raisins to be exact), my pruning shears to cut fresh flowers for my bedroom. I might even put a baby chick in there just cause a chick in your pocket is so darn cute. I would keep my constant and ever changing to do lists and my little pencil stub to write down notes from the garden and harvest lists. I might even keep a picture of my sweet sister (whose the model in the pictures above!)

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February 11th 2013

I would fill my pockets with my music box collection :)

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February 11th 2013

id fill those pockets with slips of paper with inspiring words such as courage, love, and inner beauty for whenever i need it!

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February 11th 2013

I lurrrrve my STATE smock, and I carry my iPhone in one pocket and keys in the other — but in a NEW smock I would carry KITTENS AND ONLY KITTENS!

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February 11th 2013

Totally diggin’ these smocks.
I would fill one pocket with Sharpies! The other pocket can hold an unopened beer – ya never know when ya gonna need one.

xo

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These smocks are incredible. I would wear one to work, and I would fill its pockets with work supplies — twill tape, archival pens, a needle and thread, and scissors.

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February 11th 2013

I’d wear my smock in my kitchen, use it to tuck in wooden spoons and a towel for wiping up messes. <3

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February 11th 2013

Oh, this is the perfect giveaway! I’ve been following her work online for quite awhile now, and love the style. Especially those britches and the smocks! I’d wear the smock everywhere, filling the pockets with art supplies, a book to read, and groceries, probably. Thanks!

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February 11th 2013

i would most certainly fill my great big pockets with my mini moleskin pens chapstick a hair tie bobby pins and probably snacks. gotta have snacks.

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February 11th 2013

So fun! I love her stuff– it’s smple with a twist. I would fill the pockets with a small journal, thin sharpies, small bites, earrings or a necklace, and so much more! Thanks for the opportunity!!

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February 11th 2013

I would put my camera and handkerchief in one side and a pencil and notebook in the other!

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February 11th 2013

My clothing must have pockets since I do not like carrying a purse. On days that I do not wear a coat, those pockets would be filled with life’s necessities–wallet, keys, phone and bobby pins pined to the pocket.

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February 12th 2013

I would fill the pockets with tiny stones I love to pick up in the river during holidays.

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February 12th 2013

I would fill the pockets with my hands!

Amazing collection, love all the pieces.

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February 12th 2013

I am an artist so i would fill my pockets with paint brushes and pen and pencils. :)

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February 12th 2013

I would fill it with rolls of 35mm film for when I’m out taking photos :)

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February 12th 2013

This smock would be perfect for beach-combing! I’d fill the pockets w/found treasures, like agates, sand-dollars, and seashells!

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February 12th 2013

I would fill those lovely big ol’ pockets with plenty paintbrushes for my oil/acrylic endeavors. An artist has got to keep her tools handy and this is the perfect way!

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February 12th 2013

I would fill the pockets with: handkerchief, knife, crochet hooks, a ball of yarn, seeds, needle, thread, fabric bits, siftings of flour, rocks, hands…….

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February 12th 2013

I’d fill the pockets on these lovely smocks with a tiny sketchbook and a pen for doodling and jotting down inspiration.

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February 12th 2013

oh! I would fill up those pockets with love notes and lip balm! And I would wear the smock to work and surely get lots of coffee grinds in the pockets!

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February 12th 2013

I would fill the pockets with Dove sea salt caramels (although the melting might be an issue..), pens, bobby pins, and a mini notebook!

Megan

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February 12th 2013

I would fill those pockets with notes and to do lits collected throughout the day. It’d also be the perfect place for my lens cap while I’m snapping photos. What a unique peice!

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February 12th 2013

Oh my, these are wonderful! As a lady still searching out her purpose, I would fill those pockets with: My notepad and a pencil, kept for any ideas that fly my way during the day. Found objects, because when you’re searching, you’re searching. And a camera, gotta document the journey! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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February 12th 2013

Hi Emma, it’s Emma! I’d definitely have to fill those pockets with something good, and something different for each day. I have to be honest and say that most often they’d probably be filled with sweets!

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February 12th 2013

i would use the pockets to hold the ball of yarn for my in progress knitting….as well as a bottle of seltzer water….

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February 12th 2013

Oh boy do I love me a large pocket. I’d carry everything from my iPhone, lipstick, keys, a little snack for the day and some rad day to night earrings.!

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February 12th 2013

Paper, pencils, and chapstick. Always chapstick.

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February 12th 2013

i’d fill ‘em with pens, a sketchbook, my ipad mini, and my iphone!

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February 12th 2013

Oh gosh, those pockets. I’d fill them with kittens. So many kittens. And I’d just cary them around all the time so I always had darling little snuggle buddies with me.

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February 12th 2013

I’d have one pocket for the usual (keys, phone wallet) & one pocket for the not so usual (ephemera, ideas, and REDACTED).

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February 12th 2013

I love State! Great giveaway.

I would fill my pockets with my instax cam, loads of film, my boyfriends hand and 2 sparkling waters. A date full of mini polaroids would be in order with this smock!

x Shaunna

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February 13th 2013

Hello!
I would definitely love to have the red one (just like you E!) and I would most certainly fill the pockets with the perfect (city) expedition kit:
1. a kodak disposable camera (for those moments you HAVE to capture),
2. a couple nice pen to go along with little notebooks (for wandering in the city brings new ideas)
3. candies (just in case you know…!)
4. If there is still place (which I guess there will be), I would take my phone & a set of playing cards!

Voilà!
Thank you son much for this great giveaway :)
xx

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emmadime
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@Marie-Eve S.,

YOU WON!!!!!!!!

February 13th 2013

What lovely smocks!
I think I could actually fit all 29 Herb Lester maps in those great, big pockets. Including our latest map – Writing Manhattan. They don’t call them pocket guides for nothing!

xx

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February 13th 2013

What a fabulous giveaway!! I would fill those conveniently huge pockets with all the color and black and white film I need while out taking photographs for classes and for fun.

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February 13th 2013

These pockets are incredible! Perfect for working in the studio!

My pockets would be filled to the brim with paint brushes and a sketchbook… and seeing as they are so big, I’d probably find room for a puppy or two as well.

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February 13th 2013

These smocks are BEAUTIFUL! I have relocated to Denmark for 6 months and find myself getting quite bored with my limited wardrobe. A versatile smock like this would be fabulous!

My pockets would probably be filled with pens, my moleskin notebook, a hemingway book, eyeglasses, an ipod, a map and some spare change to grab a coffee. :)

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February 13th 2013

Oh I love this giveaway! Have been eyeing these smocks for quite some time. I’d fill the pockets with a thin book, an apple, my camera, and some change for a tea. Thanks so much!

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February 13th 2013

i would fill the pockets with post-its, my phone, a pen, and some chocolate! never know when you will need to write something down or have a chocolate break.

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February 13th 2013

Hello!

I am a photographer and designer and am always shoving lens caps, pens, notebooks, etc. in my pockets, but my little pockets just never seem big enough for the job. I would utilize this piece so much! I think that especially when I have shoots these pockets would be a great place to hold a lens that I just switched out. It seems like this item and I would get along too well.

Thank you!

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February 14th 2013

i would wear my state smock to help me carry little things on my sunday morning trips to our local farmers market down the street. if i’m not picking up the usual fruits&veggies, i will (at the absolute least) come home with a bag of my favorite homemade green apple licorice. two big ol’ pockets means more bags of candy! :)

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February 14th 2013

WOW. all of these pieces are absolutely incredible! i would fill my STATE smock with pens, markers, a sketchbook, my iphone & probably lots of bobby pins & a hair clip or two ;) oh & some mints/candy treats!

this smock would be an amazing staple piece & it would be so fun to re-style with every wear.

following her on instagram now & i’m really happy about it.

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February 15th 2013

I would fill the pockets with finger puppets peering out . I use them as prizes in my classroom. Also , fancy pens and slap bracelets!

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February 16th 2013

Oh lovely!
I would wear this is my studio, filling the pockets with film rolls, yarn, string, clay beads, muji pens, brown paper envelopes, push-pins, scraps of paper, clean brushes and materials for weaving.

In the kitchen, I would fill the pockets with wooden spoons, linen dish towels, scribbled recipes, almonds, and to-do lists.

In the garden, I would fill them with a tin of gardener’s balm, a little shovel, trimmed herbs, blueberries, cherub tomatoes and chili pequins.

I have been admiring State’s offerings for awhile, thank you!
-e

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February 16th 2013

we love to walk in the woods down the road from home…i’d (read: the kiddos) would fill those lovely pockets up with rocks + sticks + leaves + pods…lots of room to carry treasures home…and my hands would be free to take lots of photos.

love, love, love everything in the state shop.

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February 16th 2013

Oh, man. I have been wanting one of these for so long. It seems like it has all the benefits of the fannypack (those suckers are convenient, for all they lack in style) but with a modern sensibility. So I think I’d fill the pockets like I filled my childhood pack – with little notes and letters to give to my friends and family. Oh, and stickers, of course!

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February 16th 2013

OBSESSED with State. Have been for some time! Hmm. I think i’d have to fill the pockets with my art supplies…and maybe snacks from time to time :) xo.

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February 17th 2013

I follow state on Instagram!
I would fill those lovely pockets with yarn and needles and of course my phone.

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February 17th 2013

I would fill my pockets with little treats!

When working at the bakery I would be sure to keep special recipes, grocery lists, and my favorite mixing tool.

At home I would keep little chocolates and tea sachets for an afternoon cuppa.

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February 17th 2013

I saw the beautiful State clothes in the latest Weekender Magazine (in which I also have some photos about Sydney) and total fall fer her amazing style. I follow her on FB and Instagram, thanks for this amazing give away.

What a would have in big pockets…I just made little lavender bags from lavender I collected in Tasmania. I would have one of these small bags in one pocket and in the other like my grandmother always had it, a little tissue, a little tab of cream, a piece of random paper and a pen….

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February 17th 2013

I’d fill them with dog treats for my pup, always in need of good pockets like these when I walk him.

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February 17th 2013

gosh. one pocket would hold my iPhone and perhaps another camera or two along with all the rocks, twigs, pine cones, feathers, and other natural objects that catch my eye when i’m out walking, while the other one would probably have a horse halter and lead rope, a pocket knife to cut baling twine, and maybe even the eggs i collect from the hens in the barn.
good thing those are big pockets.

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February 18th 2013

I love the loose and easy feel of these smocks! I’d fill my pockets with my chapstick, headphones and New Yorker for my morning ride to work.

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February 18th 2013

I hope I am not too late to enter..!

What a beau-ti-ful clothes! I want them all!
I would wear them to the Faculty of my University so that I can fill my pockets with all my Copic markers. As an Industrial Design Engineering student I have a lot of them ;-]

xx Iris from Holland

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February 18th 2013

These looks soooo comfy. I think i’d fill them with little findings from my daily walks with my daughter.

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February 18th 2013

Gosh, STATE’s pieces are lovely. I would fill those pockets with my trusty Moleskine notebook and blue ballpoint pen, cherry lip balm and bobby pins, my iPhone and a few dollars, found treasures like flowers and feathers — the possibilities are endless!

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February 18th 2013

i would store some of my baby gear in those pockets as well as drawing materials with some handy space leftover for walk findings. i love state and i love adrienne :)

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February 18th 2013

Ahhh I LOVE these! Amazing, versatile, and genius: adore! I would fill those pockets with everything, depending on the day; Justin’s organic peanut butter cups on the weekend, pencils and a sketch pad on Friday, and teabags during the week.

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February 18th 2013

Awesome giveaway! I already LIKED State’s FB page… now I am following on Instagram. I would fill those pockets with everything in my purse and then leave the purse at home. :)

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February 18th 2013

I have a couple of STATE items since being introduced to her creations on your site. But I don’t yet have a smock!

I would mostly fill those pockets with my hands.
But they’d also be handy for cat treats and my hat and gloves when I’m walking and get too warm to need them.

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February 18th 2013

I’d love to use it for art supplies!

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February 18th 2013

Oh wow! as a designer my go-to tools are sharpies, drafting pencils, and moleskins! Those beautiful smocks would be the perfect place to stash them all :) The are so beautifully crafted.

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February 19th 2013

Well, an apple of course! :) And maybe (if I lived in my dreams) a little bird with a tiny nest of paper from old handwritten penpal letters. A key ring full of keys to secret places. Vintage photographs of my parents in love. Beautiful rocks from a beaches and mountains all over the world.

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February 19th 2013

I think I first discovered State here on your blog. And I like them on Facebook already. I’d put sandwiches in my pockets, of course!

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February 19th 2013

gems, milestones, love letters from others, love letters to others, and of course, bobby pins.

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February 20th 2013

I’d go on a walk and fill the pockets of a button-down smock with…
1) chapstick
2) foraged rocks and plants
3) birdseed, just in case

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February 21st 2013

These are gorgeous, I love the denimy blue wrap dress. x

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February 21st 2013

I would fill the pockets with kiehls handcream, a chocolate bar and probably crumbs, I always end up with crumbs in my pockets.

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February 22nd 2013

with holly hocks and forget me nots!

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