OutDoor Minded Style
The Chief Blonde Remarks: Welcome to the semi-annual Fashionista Events, ALL FASHION, ONLY FASHION, Giveaway Event. This is the Largest Fashion giveaway event on the internet, with 115+ blogs offering over $20,000 in prizes, hosted by myself and my blog Still Blonde after all these YEARS and Modly Chic , and with our lovely co-host K Squared Glamour .
Chaco boots are quite simply, rocking quality! The leather in the boot is sumptuous. I love the fact that the boot is waterproof. Another bonus in that the sole is made of 25% recycled leather. As you may know about me, I always prefer to reuse or “rebuy” versus starting with something new. I can’t wait to wear these boots with a cute above the knee skirt with some opaque tights. I will be living in Charo Mara this fall. Perfect combo of casual cool and outdoor, don’t you think? Women over 45, you will love this book because it can go from outdoors to the store to semi-dressy with the right outfit.
We’d like to introduce you to Chaco footwear. Chaco’s outdoor-minded shoes and boots are built for adventuring with cool, modern style. Finished with an EcoTread™ recycled rubber outsole and a comfortable LUVSEAT™ cushioned footbed these shoes cradle the foot and align the body. Visit Chacos for all the information on their newest sandal and boot styles.
Watch the video below to have these Chacos Mara Boots Explained.
Giveaway Runs from Oct. 11-Oct. 17 11:59 EST
1 Winner Takes home their choice of color in the Chaco Mara Waterproof Boot shown above valued at $195.
Can’t wait to Win?
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UPDATE: This giveaway is over. The Rafflecopter Entry form has been removed, along with the HOP linky. You can find the Giveaway Winners HERE. This Giveaway had 4804 Entries.
Keep on Hopping to all the other Fall Fashionista Events Blogs and the $25,000+ in prizes! And Don’t forget to enter to win the Grand Prize from Bella Bag!
Still Blonde after all these YEARS , Modly Chic, K Squared Glamour, Fall Fashionista Events or the Fall Fashionista Events bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prizes.