The winners of the JeanStraps Giveaway are Victoria W. of Falls Church, VA, Tex H. of Collierville, TN, and Kelsey V. of Albuquerque, NM. Congrats to all the winners, and a big thank you to everyone who entered! Check the site for the current giveaways available, and of course more to come soon!
December 7, 2010
Survive the family time with advice from holiday movies [TresSugar]
How to get hair like a VS Angel [The Gloss]
Borderline shopaholic? Here are some tips on reining in the spending and painless ways to save: [Already Pretty]
A JeanStraps Giveaway [Fashion Pulse Daily]
You’re Not ‘Normal,’ Angie; Stop Pretending [CollegeCandy]
Avoid Touching THIS in your Doctor’s Waiting Room (it’s Way Germy) [Glamour]
6 Holiday party-perfect sequin bags [What’s Haute]
The 10 Worst Fashion Trends of 2010 (according to online daters) [Your Tango]
Emma Stone goes blond [Beauty Bloggings Junkie]
December 7, 2010
You may remember the post I did about six months ago on JeanStrap, the $10 set of stirrups that are removable and adjustable, in order to keep your jeans in place while tucked into boots, booties, and the like. Now three lucky FPD readers will get the chance to win their very own pair of JeanStraps!
RULES OF ENTRY:
1) Either follow @fashionpulse on Twitter or sign up for the Fashion Pulse Daily Newsletter (if you’re not already a subscriber or already doing so) — write in the comments section which one you did, and if it’s twitter, you’re twitter handle (Example: ‘Hey I’m following you on twitter – my handle: @janedoe’)
2) USA entrants only, one entry per person, must be 18 or older.
**Contest ends on December 15th, 2010 at 11:59pm. The winners will be selected using Random.org.
February 2, 2010
After suffering from ‘jean bunch’ for way to long (when your jeans get all bunched up in your boots and actually feels majorly uncomfortable/a little painful), I was quite intrigued when I heard about a crafty product called Jean Straps. For $10, you can get a set of stirrups that are removable and adjustable, made to keep your jeans (I also tested corduroys) in place while you want have to do all the creative tucking work to get your boot zipper to actually go up all the way! It’s recommended to put on the straps before you put the jeans on (and remove them before you wash the jeans) but once I was forgetful and did it after the jeans were on (it just took longer). The gals from the company/inventresses Tni Newhoff and Erin Tocalino have been absolutely a pleasure to work with, and I know that the neat little gadget (its foolproof, I promise!) is going to catch on rapidly, so get in on the secret early and skip the sweating, grunts, and gyrations that can come with putting your boots on!