My-Wardrobe.com is offering one lucky winner a serious Christmas bonus - a £20k shopping spree!
Dreaming of a style overhaul? Well, do my-wardrobe.com have the prize for you!
Our favourite online fashion destination is treating one lucky winner to a £20,000 his 'n' hers style spree, the perfect prize for some serious pre-Christmas indulgence.
All you have to do to be in with a chance is start shopping! Spend £250 on my-wardrobe's delectable wares - whether it be fashion gems from D&G, Halston Heritage or Alice by Alice Temperely (to name but a few) - and you'll be entered automatically into the draw. And even if you don't win, my-wardrobe.com has Christmas stylishly wrapped-up, thanks to exclusive Lulu Guinness wrapping paper, featuring illustrations taken from the style queen's archives.
Lulu says: ' You'll find my signature Lulu Guinness symbols in the design. I think it's my favourite Lulu Xmas illustration yet.'
We couldn't agree more. And the best bit? It's free!
Once you've snapped up your my-wardrobe goodies, simply click the 'gift wrap' option when checking out and your parcels will arrive clad in Lulu's wrapping.
Oh, my-wardrobe, you really are spoiling us!
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