Snag a JNava Clothing Tee!


Alright! Here’s the second giveaway to help celebrate Fashion Folio turning three! Have you ever heard of JNava Clothing? Well if not, now’s the time. I first was introduced to this local company a couple years ago by my good friend Kaitlin, and I blogged about them here. Jason Nava has since skyrocketed the line of mens and womens printed tees since I saw their fashion show at La Rouge to a gaining popularity through their online prescence. I love checking out their Facebook page as they post frequent fashion inspiration pics from vintage models and actresses, to modern day muses. The people and places and images that inspire the Jason Nava are one in the same that are screen printed on the tees as well. Here’s your chance to win this awesome “Polaroid” JNava Clothing tee! (Mens Size Large, $20 value) Here’s how:

1. Become a fan of Fashion Folio and JNava Clothing on Facebook, if you’re not a fan already!
2. Comment on this blog post answering the question, “What is your best memory, story or experience involving Polaroid photos or the paparazzi?”
3. Watch JNava Clothing’s new, very sexy and well filmed, west coast commercial on YouTube and share it!
4. If you’re on Twitter follow us! @gschinagl and @jnavaclothing
5. Don’t be selfish, tell a friend!

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2 Responses to “Snag a JNava Clothing Tee!”

  1. Heidi B Says:

    A good friend of mine and I used to spend time on the weekends venturing to wide fields of grass in the middle of the countryside, finding abandoned shacks or vehicles to use as backdrops for modeling. We’d take polaroid pictures of ourselves to give the shots that awesome retro vibe.

  2. Jo Jo Says:

    The only polaroid Camera I owned was in middle school- the kiddie version that made mini sticker polaroids. My friends and I would take so many and stick them on our lockers, binders, anything!. I still have one preserved in my wallet but it’s so faded, you can barely see our faces. For those who love polaroid shots..there’s a free online program that transforms regular pictures to polaroid shots. http://www.poladroid.net/

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