Stitch Fix Giveaway – Win a $200 Gift Card!

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We’re super excited to partner with Stitch Fix to bring you this fabulous giveaway – a $200 Stitch Fix gift card!

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Visit Stitch Fix and complete your Stitch Fix profile (if you already have, you’re good!).
  2. Enter the giveaway below!
  3. Complete the optional entries, including leaving a comment about your favorite summer story. Whatever floats your boat!
  4. Share with friends – use your referral link in the widget to earn more entries in the giveaway!

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Stitch Fix $200 Giveaway


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  • Amber

    Love traveling in the Summer especially to Venice Italy, love the style there!

  • Anna Pry

    fave summers were spent with my aunt at the beach

  • Logan Long

    My favorite summers were spent with my parents and my two brothers in Canada. My parents would rent a car in our home state of North Carolina, and then we would road trip all the way up to Canada. We visited Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Waterton. After my mother passed away, we spread her ashes in Waterton where we saw a family of grizzly bears one summer. She loved wildlife.

  • holliister

    Going on my friends boat for a big party on the lake.

  • courtney

    I remember when I was little my parents would always rent a room at the beach for a few days and even though I would go home looking like a lobster and with sand pails filled with those little bitty clam things that sink into the sand leaving the car smelling like dank sea water haha I loved it and couldn’t wait for next summer to do it all over again.

  • Anne

    I pinned that lovely laser cut blouse. I would wear that a lot! I also love the design of the cowl-neck blouse, but like you, don’t much like the color.

  • Jenn

    We would go on epic car trips to national parks. As a kid with no interest in nature it was a drag but now as a grown up it was awesome

  • Sarah Oswald

    This may not be my most favorite memory but it is my most memorable summer memory. We were going to a Delaware beach campsite with our camper from N.J. I couldn’t tell you where it was other than get ready to go on a off ramp we heard metal dragging we pulled off the road before the off ramp to see what it was. I t was the axle of the pop-up camper and the camper was dragging. We had 5 kids and 2 adults and everything we could fit in our vehicle trying to salvage what ever we could. We had wall to ceiling with camping stuff and people and we ended up having to go home instead of camping. We tried to get a U-Haul but where we got stranded the only U-Haul had none available and no other ones even anywhere nearby we were in field type areas. I will never forget that day it wS a long day and I was glad to get home.

  • Barbara Allen

    My fave summer memory is from just about a week ago. Getting matching Harry Potter golden snitch tattoos with my boyfriend after visiting Harry Potter world. 🙂

  • Anne

    This is a great site! Thanks for sharing about subscription boxes.

  • Carrie H.

    While working at a local museum for the summer, one of the train robbers tipped his hat to me. We spent a lot of that summer together. Almost 17 years later, after thousands of emails, we reunited. Now we’re married with a pack of kids.

  • Tonya Kloek

    Every summer my family gets together (my parents, brothers & sisters along with their children) for a campout. The children look forward to it every year and it’s the one time we get together and are completely “unplugged.” We have games for the kids to play, s’mores, and lots and lots of time to catch up. I hope that it continues to be a favorite activity for many years to come.

  • Catherine

    I love going to the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk in the summer!

  • vfarmer1

    I don’t have a summer story to tell yet. The kids and grand kids don’t come for a visit until the latter part of July.

  • Elaina

    As a child I would pack up a bag with books, snacks and water, then hike down to the creek that bordered the neighbors farm. I’d spend all day getting sunburnt, reading science fiction, and wading in the water. I miss those days when I had not a care in the world.

  • Kim Henrichs

    Road tripping through Vermont and Maine one summer is one of my fave memories!


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