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Celebrating 100 followers?! GIVE AWAY TIME!

OK so to celebrate having one hundred followers, I thought I'd do a giveaway of one of my designs! Originally I was thinking of giving something away from this collection I'm making now, however I reached my target quicker! So after having a think I know what I can do... I'll give away one of my previous designs.

So one of you lucky followers will be in with the chance to win one of these beauties! Its a jacket I made at enterprise project with a group of people, so its a mixture of my designs and theirs :)



This is the one I am giving away :) It fits most sizes as it is a wrap around, designed by me and a series of other designers, its hand printed and made by me and the others as well! It's a one off, so you'll be the only one with it!

Here's the back... perfect for summer!

To win the jacket all you need to do is follow my blog using GSC, bloglovin, twitter or facebook (when I get it sorted), and leave a lovely comment with your email address below! Competition ends 4th May 2012, good luck! The winner will be chosen at random. 

**I will also look into featuring the winner and their blog on here as well :)**


Here's what they look like on... this is the same jacket style but a different colour way

Here's the lookbook using a couple of the other jackets, unfortunately I only have one to give away though.

This is me with the team that made them, I'm second from the right.

Good luck!

Don't forget I'll be uploading todays screen prints later when I'm home.



  1. Love the jacket! I am now following on bloglovin and google connect.




  2. Gorgeous Jacket! Love the colors :) following you through google connect.

  3. love!!! soooo hoping i win!!
    following through bloglovin and blogger!


  4. Awh this is so cute!!! And great photo of you all :)
    I was already following you through bloglovin' and twitter, but i've signed up to your new facebook page and through GFC too :)

    Fingers crossed for me! haha

    Love megs xx


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