Christmas in July Swimsuit Giveaway

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Every December I tell myself that I’m going to knock out a little bit of my Christmas shopping the following summer. I devise a strategy in my mind to shop the summer clearance racks, to hide away gifts in my parents basement, and to save myself some of the madness that ensues during the holidays.

With that in mind, we’re hosting a week full of giveaways to save you time and money this Christmas – consider it Christmas in July!

Today’s Giveaway is from Albion Fit . . . whom I have a girl crush on.

You can stash this one away for a special Merry Christmas to YOU this holiday season, OR you can give yourself an early Christmas and suit up for the rest of the summer!

Here are some of my top picks from AlbionFit.com:

Christmas in July Swimsuit Giveaway

I personally own that little number in the lower right hand corner. It's perfect for the mom without hip or curves. You might think it sounds cool not to have hips - but the result of not having an indent in your mid section is that nothing fits right, and most suits give perma focus to the dreaded "muffin top".

Want to pick a suit that actually fits you well? We're here to hook you up with $100 gift card to AlbionFit.com!

Here's how to enter:

  • Visit AlbionFit.com and do a little window shopping
  • Leave a comment on this post with a link to your favorite item.
  • Extra entries: Pin your favorite items from Albion Fit to Pinterest
  • Leave a comment here linking to the pin on Pinterest
  • Giveaway ends next Thursday (August 7th, 2014) at midnight MST.

 Good luck!

More Christmas in July Giveaways on TodaysMama.com!

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