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Revamp Your Spring Wardrobe With A Year’s Worth Of Free Shoes From JustFab

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    Despite whatever wacky weather’s been goin’ on in your neck of the woods lately, Spring is just around the corner. We know, we know, it seems like we're lying directly to your face, but trust us — before you know it, winter will be far behind us, and everything that’s been tucked in the back of your closet will finally make its way to the front.

    Worried about how you'll repurpose last year's boring kicks for this year's much-improved wardrobe? Fear not! We’re giving one lucky reader a full year's subscription to JustFab, a one-stop shop full of instant fixes that’ll last you ‘til next spring. Twelve months, 12 new pairs of stellar shoes, adorable denim or sleek handbags, and just one little problem: figuring out where to put 'em all!

    With JustFab's on-point pricing and unbelievably trendy stock, it shouldn't take much convincing to swap out your old, worn-in wedges or done-for denim for these shiny new options. Take a peek at what jewelry, handbags, and other closet essentials we think are worthy of replacing, and don't forget to enter to win the whole lot of 'em...on us!

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