I was about 24 when I finally discovered Victoria’s Secret.
I was a late bloomer.
Don’t judge me – or judge me but accept me anyway.
Anyway, to say I’m obsessed with some of their stuff would be putting it mildly (hello boy shorts!).
Of course in my mind, when I wear VS stuff, I’m convinced I’m suddenly a Victoria’s Secret Angel.
Except I look way hotter than them, in my mind (and if my best half values his life,he better agree!)
There is something about their lingerie and outfits that honestly, instantly makes me feel good and confident so naturally I keep drifting toward their shop at the mall especially when they have a good sale.
But you don’t have to wait for them to have a sale to snag some cool bras, panties or outfits for yourself or the lady in your life. You can just enter the Victoria’s Secret Angel Card Sweepstakes – and you don’t even have to be a card holder to enter but trust me, there are certain perks to being a card holder so that’s something you may want to consider. And while you’re considering it, here’s the mail-in portion of the sweeps:
b. Enter By Mail Without Making a Purchase (Cardholders and non- Cardholders): Eligible entrants may enter by mail without making a purchase by hand printing your full name, address, phone number, valid email address and date of birth on a 4″ x 6″ piece of paper and mail it in a sealed envelope with proper postage to
“Victoria’s Secret Angel Card Sweepstakes,”
c/o The Marketing Arm,
1999 Bryan Street,Suite 1800,
Dallas, TX 75201
Each Mail-In Entry must be postmarked by the End Date and received by the AMOE Received by Date of the Fashion Show Period and/or Weekly Periods, as applicable, in order to be eligible. Each Mail-In Entry must be mailed separately in order to be eligible (i.e. there is a limit of: (i) thirty (30) total Mail-In Entries, each mailed separately, for the Fashion Show prize drawing, (ii) seven (7) total Mail-In Entries per each Week 1, 2, 3, and 4 Entry Period and (iii) three total Mail-In Entries per the Week 5 Entry Period, and each must be mailed separately).
Full rules and dets (read ’em all because they’re rather long)