Friday, September 5, 2008

PZI Jeans Giveaway

PZI JeansNext to spring, my favorite season out of the year is fall. Oh, I do love fall! The weather starts to cool down, the leaves change color, and of course new fashion choices to explore! I also love that I can start wearing denim again :) I live about 20 minutes east of downtown San Diego where the weather is a little bit warmer, so I usually wear dresses and shorts during the summer.

Oh, yes, I'm excited about being able to layer clothing, put on jackets, and wear jeans! Which brings me to the latest giveaway...

It's your chance to win a pair of PZI jeans!

PZI is an Atlanta, Georgia-based company that is redefining the meaning of fit. I'm sure you've had that jean shopping experience where you try on a dozen pairs of jeans and can't find even one pair that fits properly. (Been there, done that!)

PZI JeansPZI Jeans offers a wide selection of denim – from straight and boot cuts to capri and denim skirt styles. These jeans are designed to eliminate gaps at the waist which are created from going up a size to accommodate the hips and rear while neglecting the waist. In other words, if you have full hips and a little junk in your trunk, then PZI jeans are for you! They're available in sizes 4-16, with inseam options of 31”, 34”, 36” and 38” to eliminate inseam alterations.

Claire Jason, Vice President and Creative Director of PZI Jeans, has this to say:

“PZI Jeans enhances and flaunts a woman’s natural and shapely body. Our brand celebrates a cross-section of women. When our customers buy a pair of our jeans, they are getting the whole package: a defined derriere and smooth fit throughout the leg. Our jeans hug you in all the right places.”

PZI Jeans are available for purchase at select MACY’S stores nationwide, retail chain stores and other fine retailers and boutiques. PZI Jeans are also available at www.PZIJeans.com.

So here are the rules to enter this giveaway:
  • Leave a comment and share with us your last jean shopping experience.
  • Send me an email at maria [at] salondemaria [dot] info to let me know that you've commented. The reason for this is so that I can have your email to contact you if you're the winner. If you leave your email in the comment form, I'm not able to see it. (It's a Blogger.com thing. If anyone from Blogger is reading this, maybe you guyscan fix that!)
  • Giveaway is open to everyone around the world
  • Entries must be received no later than Friday, September 12, 2008 at 11:59 PM (PST)
  • One winner will be announced here on this blog on Saturday, September 13. The winner will also be contacted via email.

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8 comments:

  1. Last jeans shopping experience was online. When they arrived, they felt a little on the snug side, but within 15 mintues of wearing them, they were so baggy I had to wear a belt!

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  2. I love purchasing jeans online. I usually buy mine from Old Navy. They have great prices and the fit is fantastic.

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  3. My last jean shopping experience was about 2 years ago (so I really need a new pair). I just hate, hate, hate to try on jeans so I have not bought any in quite a while.

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  4. I bought my last pair of jeans at TJ Maxx several months ago. They're bootcut,dark wash Bandolinos and one of my favorite pairs.

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  5. it's been so long since i've bought a pair of jeans that i don't remember the last time!

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  6. Thanks Maria for the heads up about the contest. I'm going to actually post about it in my blog later today.
    I'm a big fan of shopping online. Anything to save money on gas!

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  7. Everytime I set foot in a women's (or men's---if I'm desperate)clothing store I am looking for jeans that might fit. I have had the most terrible time when it comes to jean shopping. I have a small waist, but wide hips and thick thighs. It is so frustrating to constantly try jean after jean and have none of them fit me the way that I would like. I currently have 3 pairs of jeans (none of which I wear anymore) because the waist is too big and I am always having to make sure that you can't see down the pack of my pants because of the huge gap. I actually happen to hear about these pzi jeans a couple of days ago and started doing some research online when I came across this blog. Wearing jeans is so liberating and comfortable, but I have definitely not been able to feel that way in years because of my body shape.

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