Not that you needed a reminder or anything, but the holiday season is here - meaning it's time to shop! Eco-chic brand Rume (short for ReUseMe) understands the need for a bag that serves both function and style with one that can hold all your Black Friday scores without bringing down your whole outfit. That's why they have the support of Hollywood's most stylish celebs, from Rachel Bilson to Jessica Alba.
We already know you want in, so we've partnered with Lifestyle and Branding expert Onelia Estudillo of Conspiracy LA and RuMe to give away one of their awesome reusable eco-friendly bags in a color of your choice. We are picking the winner TODAY (Wednesday November 21st) by 1 pm so hurry up and enter!
Plus, we're throwing in a Rume custom iPhone cCase, the perfect gift for the monogram happy. Keep reading on for details on how to enter to win the giveaway!
Denver based RuMe was launched on Earth Day 2008 by husband and wife team, Jae and Katy Lee, to meet the growing needs of environmentally conscious consumers who didn’t want to sacrifice style and functionality for sustainability. RuMe’s reusable bags and products have evolved into a lifestyle brand that focuses on using less by reusing more. Since their inception, they've been featured in Instyle, People, Foam and are rolling out their new holiday collections at The Container Store and Whole Foods!
How to win!
So how do you get your hands on your very own Rume bag and custom iPhone cCase? All you need to do to enter is follow a few simple steps.
We give you lots of options, depending on which social media platform is your fav! If you are the lucky winner, you'll get to pick any medium bag off the website, as well as any iPhone case. You can pick one of their patterns, use a custom photo, or you can choose to have it monogrammed!
So get to it, people! Don't forget to like/follow Rume on Facebook and Twitter, because you won't be officially entered until you do. If you're not the winner of the RuMe bag and iPhone case, all is not lost!
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