WIN a pair of Steve Madden shoes every day this week at Marie Claire

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  • We’ve a competition to cheer up January in a fashionable flash with your chance to win Steve Madden shoes every day this week

    January and the post-Christmas credit card bills can be tough on your wallet, and that’s before we mention what we spent in the sales, which is exactly why have teamed up with Steve Madden to offer an amazing competition.


    To lighten up this week, we’re giving away a pair of Steve Madden shoes every day from 14 – 20 January. Yes, you read that correctly, up for grabs every day is a pair of gorgeous shoes.

    Our special seven days of shoes competition will feature a different piece of fancy footwear
    specially selected by Steve Madden.

    To be in with a chance of winning a pair of shoes, head to Twitter and retweet our posts with the correct name of the shoe of the day.

    ‘#WIN a pair of @SteveMadden_UK shoes every day this week @marieclaireuk in our spectacular #7daysofshoes #comp. Today’s shoe: [insert specific day’s shoe name]. RT to enter’

    Good luck!



    Term and conditions:
    • Only 1 retweet per person will be accepted.
    • The competition is open to all UK and ROI residents over the age of 18, except employees of Steve Madden and Marie Claire including their families, agents or anyone connected with the competition.
    • Winners will be picked at random.
    • The prize cannot be transferred and is not refundable.
    • There is no cash alternative.
    • Winners must be following and retweeting @SteveMadden_UK
    • Winners will be contacted by Direct Message on Twitter by Marie Claire and must respond within 48 hours to accept the prize.
    • Steve Madden reserves the right, in its sole discretion and at any time, to change the contest period and/or schedules specified in the content.
    • Steve Madden is not responsible for loss or damage in shipment.

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