{GIVEAWAY} The Pink Monogram Clog Review & Giveaway

pink monogram4 The Pink Monogram Clog

I have started to like monogram things, so when I saw the monogrammed clogs by The Pink Monogram I feel in love.

I love wearing my Crocs, but they aren’t really dressy shoes, so when I was approached from The Pink Monogram to do a review and giveaway for my guide I jumped at the opportunity.

They looked so classy and warm and I liked the that they had a heel.  They are super comfortable and unique.

The Pink Monogram, is an online company with over two thousand monogrammed and engraved gifts available, and has a large selection of monogram options that include allowing you to choose your thread color, font design and more.   pink monogram So there is sure to be something for that special someone on your list.

When I first received the box I absolutely feel in love with the packaging.  As you can see it was in this beautiful lime green geometric shapes (almost resembling the spots on a giraffe), and their company name “The Pink Monogram” embroidered on the bag.  I love it.  I will definitely be using that probably when I travel.  So another bonus!

The clogs I ordered to review (pictured above) are the Monogrammed Anthricite Wool Clogs with Teal Monogram in the Curlz font.  I think they are so cute.

I will have to let you know they are exact to size, so if you plan to wear warm, bulky socks you may want to go up a 1/2 a size.  I wished I did, but I love them anyway.  They fit great.  I just like to wear bulky socks in the winter.

(Disclosure: I was given the Monogrammed Clogs to facilitate this post.  All opinions are my own.)

Buy Now: Go here to start creating your very own clog.


But The Pink Monogram is letting one lucky reader to win their very own clog!  US Residents only, must be 18+ to enter.  Enter every day.  Ends 12/20.  Use the form below to enter.  Good luck!

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  1. Congratulations Niki Meiners you are the winner of this giveaway! Congratulations and thank you for participating.

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