A note from the editor: This contest is over, but Lost in Fargo still remains. Check out their link (below) to see more designs and find their new brick and mortar retail space. And check back here for regular giveaways on the second Tuesday of every month.
Understated, neutral and vintage-inspired, with more than a passing interest in local history, Lost In Fargo shirts aren’t your typical rah-rah, local pride statement pieces.
Instead, the comfortable sweatshirts and Ts from this new local brand are minimalistic with a vintage feel and a mostly grayscale color scheme. And no, not every piece highlights Fargo. There are plenty of styles that will work for folks from anywhere.
If you’re digging the moody, chill vibe of the Lost in Fargo gear, be sure to check out the T-shirt the shop is offering on The Local Christmas List.
You’ll find more gifts from local vendors and makers in the region, including enough locally designed tanks, Ts and sweatshirts to outfit everybody on your list.
There’s a $50 gift card from Lost In Fargo up for grabs in today’s 12 Days of Christmas giveaway. You can enter through the widget below. There are many ways to play and you can enter multiple times a day.
If you’re reading this on a mobile device, you may notice that widget doesn’t always display properly. No worries — you can still enter by liking, commenting or sharing on Facebook, Tweeting and ReTweeting on Twitter and commenting on this blog.
And guess what? You’ll get entered twice for every comment you make on this post and each comment, social media share or Tweet counts as a separate entry. That means you can enter multiple times a day to increase your odds of winning, no matter how you’re viewing this post.
The contest closes December 14 at 11:59 p.m.. Winners will be randomly selected and announced on December 15.
Don’t forget to enter yesterday’s giveaway to score a $100 gift card and a local gift package from Unglued. And check back tomorrow to enter to win a gift card that wine aficionados and foodies will love.
All photos in this post are provided by Lost in Fargo.
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