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Giveaway: Lovemode Trendy Clothing $25 Gift Certificate


READ MY REVIEW HERE


OPEN TO US & CANADA


Thanks to Katie and Lovemode, I have a $25 gift certificate up for grabs to one lucky duck! Fashionable duck though.


Mandatory Entry:
(Answer this question in the comment section, along with your email.)
What kind of dress are you, casual, formal or evening wear?


Additional Entries
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+1 Follow on Networked Blogs (sidebar) - leave name you follow as
+1 GFC follow (sidebar)
+1 Email subscriber (sidebar)
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CONTEST ENDS MAY 30, 8PM EST

Comments

  1. I would have to say that most of the time I'd be casual ... but I do like to dress up when I go out (very seldom).

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  2. Please enter me in this giveaway. Usually, I am a more casual dresser, but not exclusively.

    Freda, thank you for hosting this. I am a new Follower (I thought I already was!). :)

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  3. I like to dress casually.
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

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  4. I’m following you on Networked Blogs. ID: Lynda Castillo
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

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  5. I follow you via GFC. ID: Lynda Del
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

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  6. I think I'm more casual, only because there aren't a lot of opportunities to dress up! When there is, I love to dress up! :)

    vandango33 at gmail dot com

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  8. shared to FB https://www.facebook.com/elisabeth.good1/posts/117662761652199

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  9. I follow on GFC-Elisabeth G

    vandango33 at gmail dot com

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  10. I liked your FB page-Elisabeth G

    vandango33 at gmail dot com

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  11. i like evening wear
    kolpin4680 at gmail dot com

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