This Brand Is Giving Away Free Leggings (Yes, For Real)

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We’re all a bit weary of Facebook giveaways by now, but this one is no joke! Husband-and-wife duo Ellie and Quang Dinh founded the Girlfriend Collective in April 2016, and have been giving away their newly-created $100 leggings for only a $20 shipping fee!

 

"the most comfortable pair of leggings ever" ✨- @angiebbyz #heygirlfriend

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But wait, it gets better. These leggings were created by an experienced team of designers from companies like Amazon, H&M, Puma and Lululemon, and are produced ethically overseas in Fair Trade facilities. What really sets these leggings apart from the rest is the fact that they are made entirely from recycled fabric. Ellie and Quang are taking plastic water bottles and turning them into chic leggings every collegiette will love. They’ve already recycled over 1.5 million water bottles since their first launch. Who knew we could be environmentally conscious and stylish at the same time??

Ellie told InStyle they were nervous about how the recycled fabric would feel, but were totally impressed by the quality of the product. “It’s probably the softest, most luxurious fabric I have ever encountered,” she said.

They are dedicated to earning the trust of new customers, which is why they developed their unique marketing plan (which was her business-savvy husband’s idea). Instead of spending money on developing ads and other marketing tools, they decided giving away their leggings would be a much better use of their budget.

The promo will end in January 2017, so your chance to get these leggings for free is almost over! All you have to do is head to the Girlfriend Collective site and provide a little bit of info before you’ll be rocking a pair of recycled leggings for yourself.

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Taylor Petschl is a fourth year journalism student, concentrating in public relations at Cal Poly SLO. She is one of Her Campus Cal Poly's campus correspondents, a Her Campus Media editorial intern, campus expansion region leader and a national blogger for the Style and Beauty sections. She plans to attend medical school after graduating, and hopes to become a pediatric anethesiologist.