Dance to Win a $1,000 Ideology Shopping Spree!

How would you like to take a VIP trip to L.A. to meet "Dancing with the Stars" pro Cheryl Burke and score a $1,000 Ideology shopping spree? (That's right—$1,000 of to-die-for dance and athletic gear!) Sounds pretty good, right?

Head on over to Macy's Facebook page and click on their "It’s Your Move Dance Contest." The contest, in celebration of the launch of their new Ideology line, is simple. Just follow these easy steps:

1. Select one of the pre-recorded music tracks from the contest tab on the Facebook page. You must use one of the approved songs or your submission will not be considered.

2. Choreograph and film a dance to the song you’ve selected. Be sure to keep your video under two minutes in length. *Your dance can be performed individually or with a partner.

3. Upload your video on the contest tab of Macy's Facebook page.

And hurry! All videos must be submitted by March 15. After you've submitted your video, check out the new Ideology line (we're love the springy bright colors, super-cute styles and awesome fabrics). Then, click here to enter to win an Ideology item of your choice (up to $30). Check out our picks from the collection below.

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