SHOES ARE FOR LOVERS (#DSWSHOEHOOKUP GIVEAWAY)
As you may have already seen on both
, I am ringing in the holiday spirit with a rather quick giveaway (only three days!) with DSW. We're hooking up 5 very lucky winners with a pair of shoes and a copy of the New York Time's best-seller,
Do You Speak Shoe Lover?
Winners can select from any shoe style from
The five winners will be announced once my giveaway ends on December 5th.
The giveaway is all wrapped up! Thanks everyone for participating :) -- please stay connected for future giveaways and other updates!
All you have to do is sign up for the
to participate (
please leave a comment below stating your full name, email and DSW Rewards Member number for easy verification
)! The DSW Rewards Program will grant you access to even more perks: Free shipping, reward certificates, special offers and much more.
* Contest is open to US only. Limit one winner per household/per family from the 50 blogs participating in the promotion. Individuals winning more than one giveaway will receive only 1 prize and the other winning entries will be disqualified and alternate winner will be chosen.
* Winners will receive another electronic Bonus Card (via email), within 2-3 weeks of contest completion
* Prize has been gifted to me as a part of this DSW promotion
SEE HOW I STYLED MY DSW PICK AFTER THE JUMP!
During my brief escape to Santa Barbara for Thanksgiving, I had a chance to try on the Italian-made,
that were generously provided by DSW. I took them around town, from the boardwalk to the train station and the heart of the art's district, without a slight moment of discomfort. It's been a while since I've worn a pair of brogue oxfords and fallen in love with it -- since I am more so into one-of-a-kind boots, loafers and sneakers. But I can easily see these being a part of my daily rotation when I feel the need to add a more "suited-up" element to my otherwise casual and more streetstyle, avant-garde outfits. Styling them with this insane puffy jacket from
on top of a
was just one of the many moments I am thankful for when you realize the windy temps in SB (the mid-60s are no joke, kiddos) can be tolerable.