This competition is now closed –
As one fashion competition closes another starts and I have a fabulous one to launch today – the chance to win a Plum Pretty Sugar dress!
I am absolutely in love with the Plum Pretty Sugar brand, they offer clothing, accessories and home decor products that inspire a cozy, romantic lifestyle. The clothing is not stuffy tayloring, but has a distinctively feminine laid-back freshness that creates beautiful silhouettes in whisper-soft fabrics and delightful patterns from a garden inspired palette.
Plum Pretty Sugar was set up in 2009 by Charlotte Hale, an experienced entrepreneur who turned her impeccable fashion eye to create an ensemble portfolio of easy-living chic products. If you haven’t visited the store yet, be sure to stop by the Sweet Love and Yonderflies shortie set, perfect for a pre-wedding bridesmaids gift.
Not forgetting their bridal robe range for your bridal preparations.
Competition: Charlotte and the lovely team over at Plum Pretty Sugar are offering one lucky reader the chance to win one of their brand new High Low Honey Dresses! These are perfect for your destination honeymoon fashion wardrobe, feminine yet comfortable.
All you need to do to be in with a chance to win, is to leave a comment on the blog below, with your favourite dress and complete the sentence “I will wear my Plum Pretty Sugar dress …………”
One winner will be chosen at random and the winner will be announced here on the blog.
Good Luck and don’t forget this would make the perfect honeymoon outfit!
Terms and Conditions…
- There is no cash alternative
- Only one entry per person via leaving a comment below
- This competition will end at 6th October 2013 at Midnight.
- The prize is for a High Low Honey dress
- The winner will be contacted via email from the comments below to find their dress size.
- The prize includes postal delivery to any international location.
- This prize is not refundable or exchangeable
- No returns are acceptable on this item
- Your details submitted in entering this competition may be maintained for communication purposes, but will not be passed onto any 3rd parties.