Claire’s Accessories are exclusively offering Marie Claire’s readers 20% off wellies, sunnies, garlands and more to celebrate their new festival collection.
When it comes to styling young girls, Claire’s are the first choice for hair accessories, jewellery and make up. With over 400 stores across the UK, their reputation as being industry favourites is something that no one can dispute. Although, after releasing their Spring/Summer 14 Festival range, the brand has proved it can cater for an older audience. The collection includes beautiful flower garlands, vintage style sunglasses, super cute back packs, bowler hats and embellished body adornments – everything you need to be festival ready!
For the latest festival fashion news check Claire’s out on Twitter @ClairesEurope or on Facebook www.facebook.com/ClairesEurope
Get 20% of all products online and in-store at Claire’s. Offer is valid from 19/05/2014 to 16/06/2014 with the promotional code FEST20. The offer is not valid in conjunction with any other website offers. To redeem your 20% off in-store show this voucher on your phone or print out and show at point of purchase.
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