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College Hautees-Win it!

Full of style, and a super clever name, College Hautees, brings you darling, spirited gameday fashion.

Tamina Madsen, founder of College Hautees, left her career in law to get into the fashion world that is gameday.  Like many gals on Saturdays, she refused wearing her team's logo for so long because there weren't many fashionable choices sporting the logo.  Just this week, she has added several new teams and styles.  College Hautee's large variety of teams available is impressive. The line encompasses 37 different colleges,  giving so many choices for schools that you don't always see everywhere.  

So how would you like to win a $50 gift certificate from College Hautee's?  

To enter, give College Hautees a LIKE on Facebook.

College Hautees

And for another entry, go right here to share Gameday Style and this giveaway on your own Facebook page.  

Fine print: Winner will be chosen randomly on October 10; US residents only. If the winner doesn't respond within 7 days, a new winner will be chosen.  Thanks!

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