Wednesday, 12 December 2012
On the 8th day of Christmas, Domestic Sluttery gave to me... a pretty polka dot dress from Lady Vintage!
There's nothing better than wearing festive red at Christmas so today we're giving away this gorgeous red polka dot dress from Lady Vintage! It's absolutely perfect for swishing about in while you run around handing out presents and pretending to be Mrs Claus. (Where do we get a sleigh from?)
Want to win this beautiful dress? Just tell us what you'll be wearing on Christmas day. Do you get all dressed up? Or are you more of a slippers and onesie wearer? Do Slankets count as clothing? Leave us a comment below.
Want an extra entry? Just retweet the following:
Hey @DomesticSluts, I want to win a polka dot dress from @LadyVLondon! http://tinyurl.com/cn86b2v #DomesticSlutteryChristmas
You've got until midnight tonight to enter and then we'll pick a winner at random and announce in tomorrow's competition.
Wondering who won yesterday competition for a bottle of Chase Marmalade vodka? That was Badmissk! What's she drinking on Christmas day? "Prosecco and Goldschlager - it has a lovely cinnamony Christmas smell with Bonus!Glitter! A glittery Christmas cocktail." Sounds yummy. Badmissk (we suspect this isn't your real name), just email us and tell us where to send your prize.
Good luck today everyone!
Oh yawn, small print (read it). The competition will close at midnight (UK time) December 12th. You must be UK based to enter, sorry you lovely overseas readers. If you're anon your entry won't count and if you enter more than once, we'll discount all of your entries and tell you off. The winning entry will be chosen at random and you must claim your prize by the 14th or it'll be passed to someone else. The prize we've shown is a red polka dot dress which goes up to a size 22. Lady Vintage will do everything they can to supply this dress in your size but if this isn't available, you'll get to choose another dress. What are we wearing on Christmas day? We don't intend to get out of our pajamas any time before new year.