And the Winner is…
I love this C’est La Vie sweater. I don’t really own any cute sweaters, just old hoodies so this would be a nice addition to my simple wardrobe 🙂
Congratulations, Giselle! You will be contacted via email for further instructions on how to claim your prize. Thanks to everyone for entering. The next giveaway is already in the queue, so stay tuned!
It’s been a while since we last hosted a giveaway here on this blog, but today we’re coming back with a really great one. How about a $150 shopping spree? Sounds good? This time we have partnered with Wallis. Read the rules below on how to enter this giveaway.
This giveaway is kindly sponsored by Wallis (thank you!). 1 lucky winner will get a $150 gift certificate to spend at the Wallis US online shop.
Btw, Did You Know…
Wallis is a premium high street brand with a strong British heritage (first store opened in London in 1932) which is owned by the same firm, Arcadia Group Limited, who also operate various other popular UK fashion brands. Even though they’re based in the UK, Wallis have a substantial US branch and offer FREE SHIPPING on all US orders over $75.
DEAL ALERT: Wallis kindly offered an exclusive discount for InTheirCloset.com readers: Use promo code “INTHEIRCLOSET10” at checkout to get $10 OFF + free shipping if you spend $50.
How to Enter
Go to the Wallis website, pick out your favorite item from the online shop and leave a comment here with the URL and a short explanation why you picked the specific product.
This giveaway is open to US residents only (sorry, international readers!). You can join until Friday, 02/29/2012 (11:59 PM EST time). The winner will be drawn shortly thereafter and contacted by us via email.
Please remember to leave your (first) name and a valid email address when writing the comment (just fill out the comment form correctly and you’ll be fine). 1 entry per person only. You can leave multiple comments if you want to but only your first one will be accounted.
If you have questions regarding this giveaway, don’t hesitate to ask. Good luck, everyone!