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Blog Birthday Giveaway - Lady Vintage London


Hello!

I’m so excited about this giveaway.

Anyone who is a regular reader of this blog knows how much I love Lady Vintage London. I wear their dresses all the time and they are probably the most prominent brand in my wardrobe – I have around 20 of their dresses, no really! So you can only guess how utterly thrilled I was when they offered a dress to celebrate my blog birthday.

Oh, and this isn’t just any dress. The dress in question is one from the recently launched ‘Estella’ collection! I’ll give you a minute to stop screaming……..OK, so this dress was designed in collaboration with none other than Georgina from Fuller Figure Fuller Bust fame; because of this, the dress has been designed for the plus size range (size 14-32) with small capped sleeves, a gorgeous cross-over bust, and a 50s style flared skirt. There are eight prints in total and one of you lucky lot get to pick which one you want!

Here are a couple of my favourite prints (Images courtesy of Lady Vintage London):

All you have to do to win is enter via the Rafflecopter. I’m only doing this giveaway for a week as the dresses are selling like hot cakes and I’d really love the winner to get the print they want. The closing date is on July 6th at midnight and the winner will be announced back on this page on July 7th.

Please note: Liking both 'An Autumns Grace' and 'Lady V London' Facebook pages is mandatory in order to be selected. Good luck lovelies! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway


I’d like to thank Lady Vintage London for this wonderful gift. I know whomever wins will be overjoyed!

NOTE: The print chosen will be subject to stock availability.

‘til next time.


Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx 

Comments

  1. Literally the most amazing competition I've entered! Love these dresses more than life!!!!

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    1. It's great, right?! I wish I could enter myself!

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  2. Great post and what a fantastic giveaway!

    P.S happy blog birthday! Xx

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    1. Thanks babe. I'm really happy to be able to give one of these dresses away :D xx

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  3. What an amazing competition. And happy blog birthday! xox onlybecci.blogspot.com

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  4. Happy bloggiversary! Thank you for running such a fantastic competition. I'm crossing my fingers VERY tightly! xx

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  5. Happy Blog Birthday! :D
    I'm new here, but I'm digging it. Here's to hoping you have many more blog birthdays to come!
    Also, this has to be one of the best giveaways ever! Thanks for hosting. :)

    Love and good vibes XO

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    1. Thanks so much Margie. The time has flown but I'm happy that I was able to do such a fab giveaway :) xx

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    2. And welcome to the blogging world, Margie! :D

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