The Longest Ride & Ariat Jeans Giveaway


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Y’all, I’m going to get straight to it. I’ve got stuff to give-away and you’re gonna want it.

Who wears jeans every day? (Raises hand) Yep, you’ll notice I’ll never hashtag myself as a fashion blogger (unless it’s completely self-depricating), as my fashion sense ends at jeans, boots, and whatever matches my latest StitchFix shipment.

And I’m okay with that. I’ve learned to embrace my casual side — I sneak jeggings into work meetings on the reg.

But thanks to a team up of Ariat International, a leading wester footwear and apparel company, and 20th Century Fox’s adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks book, The Longest Ride, you too can join my jeans club.

I am giving away a gift certificate redeemable for 1 pair of Ariat denim jeans (up to $89) and a paperback copy of The Longest Ride. So you’d better enter.


Here are a few of my favorite Ariat Jeans styles that I’ll be shopping for:

 I’m loving the floral detail on these Boyfriend True Grit jeans.

boyfriend true grit jeans

I’d probably live in a pair of these Turquoise Sunset Spitfire

turquoise sunset spitfire

Or these Ruby Iron Rose Sapphire would be fun for date night. (Who am I kidding. I never get date night unless it’s a table for 3!)

ariat ruby iron rose sapphire

And if you know me well, you’ll also know that I have zero time to read. I LOVE books, I love to read them, but it never happens. I stack them on my nightstand and dream of one day devouring them cover to cover. And then so much time goes past, the book is made into a movie and I watch that instead. So… if you’re like me in that sense as well… You’ll also win a copy of The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks. In case you haven’t heard about it yet, THE LONGEST RIDE is about a star-crossed love affair between Luke (played by Scott Eastwood), a former champion bull rider looking to make a comeback (see the western jeans connection?), and Sophia (Britt Robertson), a college student who is about to embark upon her dream job in New York City’s art world.  As conflicting paths and ideals test their relationship, Sophia and Luke make an unexpected connection with Ira (Alan Alda), whose memories of his own decades-long romance with his beloved wife deeply inspire the young couple.  Spanning generations and two intertwining love stories, THE LONGEST RIDE explores the challenges and infinite rewards of enduring love.

So win your copy and you too can pose like an avid reader by putting it unopened on your nightstand like me, but then go see the movie which opens in theaters on April 10th. It looks REALLY good. Here’s a clip:

What’s the connection between Ariat and The Longest Ride? For the 20th Century Fox release, Ariat brought western authenticity and knowledge about rodeo, bull riding, cowboys and overall western lifestyle to the film. They helped create a sponsorship of the lead character, the dreamy Luke Collins,


by working closely with the costume designers and helping provide apparel and footwear to create an authentic bull rider. (For more information on the Ariat and The Longest Ride partnership, click here.)


Product provided by 20th Century Fox and Ariat International. You have until Sunday night to enter this awesome give-away!

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Official Websites – #LongestRide
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Ariat International is a leading western footwear and apparel company; a major sponsor of the PBR and sponsor of western athletes throughout the country. They’re known for their comfortable performance and fashion products from boots to jeans to topsFollow Ariat on FacebookTwitter & Instagram

This is a sponsored give-away by 20th Century Fox and Ariat International. I was compensated with the same prize package as I’m offering to y’all. All opinions are my own. 

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  1. I love a good love story, that is when I actually find the time to sit down and read a book. 🙂

  2. sabrina says

    I love a great pair of jeans…they are hard to come by.

  3. Rust says

    I love a great pair of jeans! The last really good book I read was Light of the World by James Lee Burke. Set in Missoula MT and full of jean-wearing good guys and bad guys.

  4. molly says

    Cool contest!!

  5. Leigh Anne Borders says

    I think what I want to say is both–It is great to read a great love story in your favorite pair of blue jeans;) Really, I would go with the blue jeans;)

  6. latanya says

    I love both!

  7. Kristen says

    I love a great pair of jeans.
    Also a sucker for “how we met” stories.

    I’m currently reading Full House by Maeve Binchy.

  8. Dandi D says

    I am a big fan of a really good pair of jeans.

  9. shelly peterson says

    I love a good pair of jeans but also love to watch a good love story.

  10. Debbie Ernst says

    I love a great pair of jeans! I do love a good book and have been trying to finish “Gone Girl” since September!

  11. Trisha Burgess says

    Reading a love story about jeans in great jeans!!!

  12. Cynthia R says

    I love a great book and a great pair of jeans. I’m a book a holic and there’s nothing that gives you confidence than looking good in a great pair of jeans.

  13. manda says

    Love both!

  14. Stephanie A says

    I love both! I couldn’t pick one over the other! This book looks great, I read A Walk to Remember a while back and would love to read more books by Nicholas Sparks.

  15. HilLesha says

    The last book I read was House by Frank Peretti. Thanks for the giveaway!

  16. Dawn Monroe says

    I love a great pair of broke in jeans that fit just right.

  17. Lisa Brown says

    i love a great pair of comfortable and nice looking jeans

  18. Jenn says

    I love to read, so I love a great book….but a great pair of jeans? That’s like finding the golden ticket!

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