Oh Monday. For most of us, it’s the first day back to work. But it’s not all bad news, you’ve also got another chance to win £1,000 with our Seven Days Of Style competition! In partnership with brand new fashion discovery website, Frowse, you can win £1,000 to spend with an etailer of your choice, simply by creating a themed fashion collection. Every day we’ll reveal a new theme, so you have seven opportunities to take part – and you can enter the competition as many times as you like. Today’s theme? We’re celebrating the world of workwear.
What does workwear mean to you? A well-cut pencil skirt perhaps worn with killer heels and a smart shirt perhaps? Or maybe a tailored blazer over a classic pair of trousers and white tee? And don’t forget the accessories – a roomy handbag or leather satchel to carry your essentials?
How do you get involved with the competition? Simply head to Frowse, start browsing and create a collection. Name your collection after the daily theme, save it and share on Facebook or Twitter. Don’t forget to ask your friends to vote for your collection by clicking on the ‘Like’ button on Frowse. At the end of the competition, we’ll pick a winner from the ten collections with the most votes.
We’ve created a Workwear Edit collection to inspire you in creating your own – and with over one million items to choose from on Frowse, you’re sure to find something you’ll fall in love with. Warning: this quickly becomes pretty addictive… (more Workwear Edit inspiration here and here) If you’ve ever shopped online or created a Pinterest board, you’re going to be a big fan of Frowse. Make sure you check back tomorrow to find out our next theme! ENTER HERE.
Seven Days Of Style entry guidelines: Create a collection of at least six items on Frowse based on the Seven Days Of Style themes, as revealed each day on Running in Heels. Share your collection with friends and ask them to vote for you – one of the ten collections with the most votes will be chosen by Running in Heels on January 8th 2015. The winner receives £1,000 to spend online with a fashion etailer of their choice. Terms & Conditions.