We have one awesome giveaway lined up for you today! The girls from Paper Doll Design Studio are giving away this stunning wedding dress valued at R 5800. We love it, and think it looks fabulous with the gold accessories. If you like something understated and a little untraditional, then this might be the dress for you.
The dress is an easy-fit design featuring two full-length dresses, worn as a double layer. The under layer is made from textured gold satin with an overlay of muted gold chiffon. The overlay is edged in gold satin bias binding to match the under layer, falls in a slight cowl at the back and has a moderate train. The dress can fit a size range of 10-14.
The prize is a wedding dress from Paper Doll Design Studio with a complimentary fitting (if applicable) and a basic alteration, to make the garment fit like it was made for you. It was created for a creative collective photo shoot between Paper Doll and Wesley Vorster Photography. The shoot was based on current wedding trends globally with a South African twist.
How to enter:
Just leave us a comment telling us why you want to win the dress.
Terms and Conditions:
In order to avoid any unnecessary damage to the dress through structural changes to the design or fit, the alterations will be limited to length of dress and adjustment of straps. The complimentary fitting will be for a Cape Town winner only; winners in other parts of the country will be contacted via email regarding measurements for the alterations. If the winner is applicable for the fitting, they are requested to visit us at our studio, for their fitting. The dress fits a size range of 10-14 (the under bust measurement is between 10- /14-) we take no responsibility if the dress does not fit the winner, please measure yourself correctly before entering the competition. The competition giveaway is limited to the two overlay dresses, and does not include the accessories shown in the image. Competition closes 17 January 2012. This prize is not transferable for cash. We regret that the competition is only for people living in South Africa.
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