To celebrate its fourth birthday, the online emporium is giving away a handful of vouchers to spend on the site, worth a whopping £400!
In celebration of its fourth birthday tomorrow, online emporium my-wardrobe.com is offering lucky shoppers the chance to win a £400 voucher to spend on the site...
Who wouldn't love £400 to spend on my-wardrobe?!
And it couldn't be simpler. All you need to do, is become a fan of their Facebook page...
On the hour, every hour, from 9am until 5pm tomorrow, the lovely folks at my-wardrobe will be giving away a nice shiny voucher to one of their fans through Facebook.
All eager shoppers need do, is post a comment on their wall explaining which pieces on the site they'd splash the cash on, and why.
The best comment to be posted before each hour is up, will receive the £400 birthday voucher.
‘What better way to celebrate our fourth birthday than with our shoppers, says Sarah Curran, founder and editor of the site.
‘It's been an incredible year for my-wardrobe.com and what better than to be able to give something back to our friends and fans.'
Now, just to decide what we'd spend £400 on...
Become a Facebook fan of my-wardrobe.com, here!
And while you're at it, become a Facebook fan of marieclaireuk, here!
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