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Ultimate ‘SWAG’ Giveaway!!

Ever since I heard I about Full Figured Fashion Week(end)™ coming to Los Angeles, I knew I had to plan a major giveaway in honor of it.

So, I started thinking…When we think about fashion events, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? I don’t know about you, but I think of SWAG!! Also known as the “free stuff” that companies and brands give out at events; swag is what a lot of us look forward to. And that’s just what you’re going to get.

One and only one lucky winner will win ALL of the following from these amazing sponsors: Torrid, Carolina Pad, T.J.Maxx,  Lingerie.com, Cosabella, Phoenicia Goddess, Sofia Valle Co., Size Appeal, and Eucerin.

Torrid, the destination for trendy plus-size fashion, wants you to win this fierce package worth $275! You’ll get a Hello Kitty Black Patent Embossed Overnight Bag, Hello Kitty Denim Wallet, Leopard Sequin Laptop Case, Black Zip Studded Wristlet, Z. Cavarrici Couture Sunglasses, Z. Cavarrici Couture Perfume, Supermodel Candles by Whitney Thompson, and assorted hair accessories.
Carolina Pad, a place to find fun, trendy, and cool stationary, caught my eye at BlogHer 2010. I knew I had to get them involved in this giveaway. Their products are not only fashionable, but very practical. It’s what every lady on the go needs! Carolina Pad’s notebooks, binders, and other products definitely stand out from the crowd. You’ll have the chance to win this ultimate “red hot” prize pack!

 

T.J.Maxx, a brand name and designer fashion haven, wants you to bask in their 60% off department store prices with this $100 gift card! With over 900 stores nationwide, you’ve definitely got options. Maybe you can get those pair of shoes you’ve had your eye on or that handbag that calls you every time you step into your local T.J.Maxx. You’re welcome Maxxinistas!
Lingerie.com
Lingerie.com was created to bring you the sexiest lingerie! And no giveaway would be complete without a little bit of sexy. I know you’ll definitely feel sexy in these sheer thing highs with the back seam in black and white. If this doesn’t get someone’s heart pumping…well…we will just leave it at that.
Cosabella believes that a women’s lingerie should be able to reflect her every mood. Being that they offer their collection in more than 30 colors, there’s a chance they’ve got all the moods covered. I can tell you one thing, their “Never Say Never Lovely Thong” is more than yummyliscious! Lucky you will have the chance to win 4 pairs!
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Phoenicia Goddess is a “Fashion Boutique for the Curvy Goddess” located in San Diego. They are all about helping curvy women “embrace the natural beauty of their bodies.” Wow!! I love it and they definitely love us! The ladies over at Phoenicia want to give you a dress and a handbag!
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Sofia Valle is not only smart, but she’s creative as well. If you need jewelry to tie your outfit together, just check out her web site! She even donates a percentage of her proceeds to Turning leaves Foundation, a children’s foundation for Chronic Illness. The “Brown Sugar” necklace below will make a great addition to your fall wardrobe.
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Size Appeal believes that clothes should “enhance and not inhibit curvy women.” That’s exactly what they do with their “to shop is to live” philosophy. Just look at their logo! “Be bold and sexy, because you can.” You’ll be able to do that with a $50 certificate to spend on whatever you like on their web site!
For the month of October, Eucerin wants to educate people on the science behind skin aging and teach them how to take the necessary steps to prevent wrinkles and keep their skin looking healthy. And this is what you’ll be able to do with one bottle of Daily Skin Balance Body Lotion and Hand Creme. Don’t forget to take the Eucerin Skin FIRST Pledge.
To Enter:
  • Leave a comment telling me why you think events like Full Figured Fashion Week(end)™  are important to the “curvy” community. Make sure you leave your name and a valid email OR twitter i.d.
For extra entries:
  • Follow me on twitter. If you already do leave a separate comment stating that you are already following me.
  • “Like” Curves and Chaos on Facebook. If you already do, leave a separate comment telling me.
  • Tweet ” I just entered @CurvesandChaos Ultimate Swag Giveaway! Have you? http://tinyurl.com/34qqu8x ” Please leave a separate comment with the link to tweet.
  • Write a post about this giveaway on your blog. Make sure you leave a separate comment with the link to the post.
Rules:
  • Contest is only open to U.S. and Canadian residents (sorry shipping issues).
  • Must be 18 years or older to enter.
  • Only one entry per person, unless using the “extra entries.”
  • Contest ends 10/26/10.
  • Winner will be chosen using Random.Org.

GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED!

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  • Kimberlaya

    I liked you on FB

  • D.Calvert

    Tweeted
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    calvert0 at telus dot net

  • D.Calvert

    Tweeted
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  • Julia

    I think these events are important for the curcy community because there are not enough options when it comes to fashion, and these events are bringing attention to that and also unveiling some new designers and retailers!!! please email me photos if you go!!!

  • Julia
  • Julia

    and i also follow you on twitter!!! great giveaway!!!

  • Tiera

    I think FFFW is so so important! I know for me, personally, I've struggled a lot with insecurity — I still do — so major events like FFFW help me to realize that I am not alone… There there are strong, powerful, beautiful, curvy women out there that I can connect with, especially because I don't have anyone in my everyday life that I can connect with in that way. FFFW helps me understand how beautiful I can be!

  • Isolated Existence.
  • Lisa

    I think it's great that designers are noticing that not all women are a size 8 or below. The average women wears a size 10-14 so it would be a whole lot easier for us curvy girls to have more options that are both stylish and hot!

  • D.Calvert

    Tweeted
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  • Huguette E.

    http://twitter.com/henglish/status/28486944910

    henglish at nb dot sympatico dot ca

  • D.Calvert

    Tweeted
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  • Fi

    FFFW is a great way to give the industry a reality check. Curvy or not, the reality is people come in different sizes. (and people love to shop, in whatever size they may be haha) This event can certainly help either someone who was feeling down by the fact that he or she cannot buy something because it does not come in their size, or maybe even open up someone else mind about what the "right" size is. Since in the end it's all about embracing oneself!

  • Fi

    I'm following you on twitter hun! (@previouslyowned)

  • Fi

    and on facebook! (since forevaaaaah lol)

  • Fi

    Tweeted and Retweeted my dear: http://twitter.com/#!/PreviouslyOwned/status/28670764941

    (previouslyowned(at)gmail.com)

  • Happiegolucky

    Why I think more events like this Like FFF week are so important because its giving us a voice to be heard and we are able to identify with the models and the clothes I think its amazing that you can bring people together who struggle with the same problem Weight and give them the opportunity to meet new friends. We big girls are not alone anymore we don't have to hide ourselves from the world because we are the world so watch out here we come

  • Happiegolucky

    Am a fan on facebook ;)

  • Happiegolucky

    I just tweeted it with my account http://twitter.com/happiegolucky

    And my email is Happycrystal75@yahoo.com
    Crystal

  • D.Calvert

    Tweeted
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  • Len

    i think events like FFFW are very important because it serves to bring the under-served plus fashion consumer w/ creative designers together and shines light on a oft-ignored goldmine of fashion consumers. while mainstream fashion providers are now struggling to catch up, the plus size consumer is that much more heard and powerful.

    len
    bulenlen(at)yahoo(dot)com

  • Isolated Existence.
  • Elizabeth a.k.a Liz

    •Leave a comment telling me why you think events like Full Figured Fashion Week(end)™ are important to the "curvy" community. Make sure you leave your name and a valid email OR twitter i.d.

    It's important because it tells the "Curvy" community thats its okay to feel good about yourself no matter what size and shape you are.

    Elizabeth Dalton
    mommyfortwo@hotmail.com
    @TNL634

  • Elizabeth a.k.a Liz

    I already like you on facebook.

  • Elizabeth a.k.a Liz

    I follow you on twitter @TNL634

  • Elizabeth a.k.a Liz

    Not sure how to send you the link. Lol. But heres the link to my twitter.

    http://twitter.com/TNL634

    I tweeted your giveaway…

  • Margo

    Wow! a wonderful giveaway and great comments. I think events like this are important not only to give a voice to the curvy :) but to help us connect with the resources we need to live the best life we possibly can. THANK YOU!!
    Margo

    PS-Already liked you on fb and am heading over to twitter-fingers crossed!!

  • Margo

    Here's my tweetlink:

    http://twitter.com/mediamonarkey

    :)

  • Margo

    Annnnnd I'm your 168th "like" on fb.
    :)
    Margo

  • Ty

    It's refreshing to see events like FFFW because we are not celebrated in mainstream fashion. Being curvy wasn't ALWAYS cool so now that it is I am filled with excitement that events like this happen and are embraced by the masses! Kudos to curvy divas EVERYWHERE!

    Ty
    ty@heybellablog.com