Valentine’s Day is this Sunday and #TeamBeautiful has you covered. What’s a perfect representation of black love and what love looks like? Well, none other than our POTUS and FLOTUS!
This dope sweatshirt is by none other than Gifted Apparel. In true NYC fashion, they were birthed on a stoop in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn (before it was ‘cool’) and have brought a new pizzaz to t-shirt culture.
Currently, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Jason Derulo and K Michelle are habitual wearers of their merchandise.This month, taking a socially conscious approach, they launched a Protect Your Queen t-shirt, illustrating that women need to be supported and uplifted within the community. I’m here for it!
This sweater is comfortable and cute! You will be sure to get compliments when you wear it….if you win! In celebration of love and Valentine’s Day, you can enter to win one Michelle + Barack sweater (it comes in S, M, and L). There will be only one winner.
Here are the rules:
- Have a valid Instagram account and be at least 18 years of age.
- Instagram “This is what love looks like” and have a photo illustrating what it looks like to you. (It can be your family, your friends, your dog…get creative!). You must use the hashtag #HBSweeps.
- The contest begins today and ends on February 14th, 2016.
- A winner will be notified via DM by @HelloBeautiful on February 15th, 2016.
Can’t wait to win? You can find the sweater, here!
What Love Looks Like: Win This Patriotically Pink Sweater For Valentine’s Day! was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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