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Saturday, October 19, 2013

NIMLI Leopard Print Scarf Giveaway

You wouldn't catch me dead in this but I'm not their target audience. Most of my readers are though so here's your chance to win it. Good luck. US residents have until 11/2 to try to win.
Enter to win the NIMLI Leopard Print Scarf RV $50 Giveaway. Ends 11/2.
Hosted by: Queen of Savings
Go wild with the NIMLI leopard scarf that adds a trendy, yet classy, accent to any outfit.
100% Viscose. 72 inch length x 22 inch width. $50 RV!
Prize: NIMLI Leopard Print Scarf
Dates: 10/19/13-11/2/13
Open to: US Residents 18+
Enter to win using the Giveaway Tools Widget below. Good luck!
Update: Check out another NIMLI giveaway going on now.  

Disclosure: Java John Z's did not receive compensation for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

14 comments:

  1. I like to wear them with sweaters
    Thanks!

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  2. i don't wear them too often but i like to wear them to dress up casual tee and jeans outfits

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  3. Just around, nothing special small ones on a purse fluffy ones as shawls

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  4. double it and take the loose end back through the circle part and wear it around my neck

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  5. I have a huge selection of scarves and I wear them draped loosely around my neck. Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

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  6. I usually wear t hem with a jacket

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  7. I like wearing them with sweaters and jeans

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  8. With a blouse and sweater or jacket.

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  9. my favorite way is to wear with pant and skirt outfits.

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  10. I usually wear them around my neck with a jacket

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  11. i like to wear them to accent my winter hats or wrap them around my hair.

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  12. I like wearing scarfs with just about everything. Thank you.
    Laurie Adams, AdamsFmReviews at comcast.net

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  13. I usually wear them around my neck, tucked under my jacket to keep the wind out.

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