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Lands' End Canvas 'Pin it to Win it' Chino Challenge

When Lands' End Canvas invited me to style a pair of their new chinos, I jumped on the opportunity. I get the Lands' End Canvas catalog and after seeing the Fall issue, I was totally ready to try their newly reinvented chinos, which boast fresh new colors and a fab new fit. For my chinos challenge, I picked the Pleated Slim Slouch in Oro which I paired with the Wright Navy Blazer and a striped t-shirt for a dose of preppy goodness.

My raspberry Steven Madden studded tote seemed like the perfect pop of color to round out my fall-ready ensemble, plus burgundy lips and a skinny belt in the same shade. These goldenrod chinos look amazing with bright shoes, too, but I decided to go with a neutral shoe in this case to keep things clean and simple. You know me! I've been wearing my chinos a lot lately, they're so comfortable and super versatile.

Ok, ready to get your chino challenge on? Lands' End is giving away a $100 giftcard each day this week to one lucky reader, plus a $500 grand prize!

To enter: Pin my look (any photo you prefer), as well as 5 products from Lands' End Canvas to a dedicated #CanvasChinos Board on Pinterest, and submit a link to your board on Facebook. Pin images of all five bloggers participating in this week's campaign (see Tucked Style and Eye4Style) along with 5 other pieces from Canvas and the contest graphic below for a chance to win $500.

Check out tomorrow's blogger taking the chino challenge, Men In Style Society.

Good luck!

Disclosure: This post was produced in partnership with Lands' End Canvas.

cute look
#1 Liz (Homepage) on 2012-09-19 11:01 (Reply)
You look fabulous!!
#2 Sydne (Homepage) on 2012-09-19 14:22 (Reply)
where r ur CUTE shoes from?? tarjay? (i see those "sox tabs")
#3 christina on 2012-09-20 00:26 (Reply)
Yup, the tags gave them away! I'm so embarrassed, meant to cut those out LOL
#3.1 The Budget Babe on 2012-09-20 09:16 (Reply)
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