Fashion Fun & Loyalty Rewards Program for Tween Girls: Club Z @fashionplaytes #ad

Even as a small child I had a distinct personalize fashion sense. All girls are unique and express themselves differently and my favorite way to do so has always been through my clothing. FPgirl is an awesome website dedicated to tween girls who love fashion, too. FBgirl allows girls to create their own outfit with well-known name brand clothing and then they can purchase the fashions they create! That is so much fun and exciting.

FBgirl has a new Club Z loyalty program just for girls, too...
What is Club Z?
Club Z is a FREE loyalty program for girls. In exchange for their opinions, feedback and participation in fun quizzes and challenges, they earn rewards and enter contests for cool prizes. Club Z is the brainchild of FPgirl by FashionPlaytes, the dynamic and trusted social destination that gives Generation Z girls a voice (just as we have the Y Generation and Millennials, now we have Generation Z). And yes, that’s where the “Z” in Club Z comes from!

Be sure to check out this awesome website. Plus, we have some great coupon codes for our readers:
Use code: USFAMILY for 10% off your purchase
Use code: SUMMER13 for $10 off a purchase of $30 or more

Those are some great coupon codes and you can also use them both when purchasing!
Take a look and let us know what you think. This would be a great present for tweens and I can't wait to show it to my niece. She will really love this and I think your tween girls will, too. 

More about FBgirl
FPgirl, created by FashionPlaytes, is the ultimate fashion, style and social destination for tween girls, home to the online Style Mag and Club Z. FPgirl was founded in 2009. There are now close to 1 million registered users on FPgirl, who have created over 10 million clothing designs!

FPgirl.com invites girls to design and wear their own clothes. They can pick out the style and color, and then add their own flair with fun embellishments, including their own brand label!

Disclosure: This post was written for FPgirl in conjunction with US Family Guide. Compensation was provided, but all opinions written are my own. 


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