My Final Mission with @theSkinnyCow #WoCave #SkinnyCow: Breakfast at Tiffany’s!

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Did you catch my second mission last month with Skinny Cow? I got to go to Nordstrom and shop with a personal shopper!  Seriously that may have been one of the most fun shopping experiences I have ever had!  And before that?  My first mission was a trip to the local nail salon for pedicures with friends.

My assignment for mission #3 came in the mail last week along with some new treats from Skinny Cow (more on that in a bit!). This mission? To watch the classic 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s with friends, eat a little breakfast while we’re doing it and enjoy some breakfast goodies from a local bakery.

In case you missed it, this is part 3 of a summer campaign with Nestle’s Skinny Cow and their WoCave campaign. If you haven’t had Skinny Cow yet, but you like sweets, you seriously have to check them out in your local grocery store freezer aisle! They make awesome frozen low-cal desserts that you can find in your grocery store freezer aisle. Everything’s low-cal but you wouldn’t know it, they seriously taste amazing.

This summer they have launched their WoCave campaign- a movement for women to create their own space or sanctuary.  You know how guys have a Man Cave?  Why shouldn’t women get a space for themselves too?  Skinny Cow is encouraging women to have their own WoCave (pronounced wo-cah-vay) – a spot where they can kick up their heels, unwrap some Skinny Cow or do whatever they please in it!

The latest Skinny Cow products I tried out this month were the Pretty in Pink Velvet Truffle (only 100 calories!) and the Chocolate Covered Cherry Cone (150 calories and I seriously couldn’t finish it all, it was so big!)

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So I had actually never seen Breakfast at Tiffany’s!  It’s a classic for sure, so I was excited to have the chance to watch it.

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Did you guys know that Audrey Hepburn and her dress in Breakfast at Tiffany’s were the reason the infamous “little black dress” phrase and style piece was named?  It’s her dress in this movie that made the LBD a staple in everyone’s wardrobe.  Talk about timeless!  This movie is from 1961 and every woman knows that the little black dress is a fashion piece that will never go out of style.

As a part of this same third mission, I was also invited to go to White House Black Market to get myself my very own little black dress! I tried on several and ended up with the last one with the stripes – technically not an only-black dress but I thought it worked and can’t wait to get a chance to wear it out!  (In case you are wondering, it’s the 3/4-Sleeve Instantly Slimming Dress – $160 at WhiteHouseBlackMarket.com and it really was slimming!)

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I have had such a blast with this campaign with Skinny Cow and their WoCave campaign this summer.  Not to mention that it’s been great to eat all of these tasty treats after each adventure!  Be sure to visit Skinny Cow’s WoCave page to see what all this is about.  And stay tuned – I have an awesome giveaway I’ll be posting next week to close out all of these posts and one of you can win a really awesome package of goodies from Skinny Cow worth over $400!

Disclaimer:  This post is a part of a 3-part series I’m doing this summer for a campaign with Skinny Cow.  I am being compensated for my participation.  As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. Gorgeous dress! It looks wonderful. I love “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” – minus the racist parts, augh. One of the problems with old movies, but how I adore Audrey Hepburn! Sounds like it was such a fun campaign and Pink Velvet Truffle sounds delicious!

  2. What a fun campaign! AND YUM!

  3. Skinny Cow and Breakfast At Tiffany’s 2 of my faves! I can’t believe you hadn’t seen it! :)

    PS- That dress looks fab on you! Love the angled stripes!

  4. I love that movie!

  5. That dress AND Skinny Cow goodies are amazing!

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