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|Looking stylish and staying warm is easy enough with Kushyfoot legwear.|
What I love about Kushyfoot’s Fall-Winter 2015 collection of legwear is that you can look stylish while keeping warm. With choices like the fishnet tights, textured tights, opaques, shaping tights, fleece trousers or the opaque crew-anklet sock, your fashion bases are covered for whatever you decide to wear as those temperatures continue to drop.
For those times that I wanted to go more casual and wear trousers, I got a pair of Fleece Trousers socks ($5.99) and their Microfiber Crew socks in black.
In addition, I got a pair of their Flats to Go slipper-like, flat shoe that is great to change into at work when wearing clunky boots or having on hand when your shoes are making you uncomfortable.
You need to wear legwear, so you might as well do it right. With this Fall-Winter 2015 Kushyfoot collection, you will be assured your legs will be fashionable as well as properly protected through the Winter season. To learn more, visit Kushyfoot and check out what they have to offer.
Thanks to Kushyfoot, one lucky Nuts 4 Stuff reader in the United States wins six assorted legwear styles from this Fall-Winter 2015 collection ($50 value)!
Giveaway details and how to enter–
Prize: One (1) winner from the USA will win six pair of assorted legwear styles from Kushyfoot’s Fall-Winter 2015 collection ($50 value)!
Dates of entry: 10/09/15–10/26/15 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time
Eligibility: Open to USA residents only. No PO Boxes. The winner will need to respond to my email with name and shipping address within 48-hours or another winner will be picked.
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