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Each person is unique and has her (or his) own signature sense of style. For this blogger contest, share your ‘style’ story, and win some lovely prizes too!
The reasons we have for dressing up are plenty and as unique as we are themselves! As we grow older we develop a sense of style, ‘a fashion’ which becomes our unique persona.
Some of us wear what we like and what we are comfortable with, while some of us embrace tradition and make it look beautiful. Some of us choose what to wear based on which top is cleaner and there are those of us who put in effort into what we wear and how we present ourselves to the world.
Share your stories with us and write about ‘your style’ on your blog and win an opportunity to shop for your wardrobe and express your style!
Women’s Web and Trishla emart invite you to write about your unique style or signature – what makes you unique.
Trishlaemart.com is a daily wear apparel shopping destination for those who seek to look stylish, attractive and trendy. Their range of apparels includes sleepwear, lingerie, ethnic wear, fashion wear, comfort wear and more from top Indian brands. Their aim is to provide the best online shopping experience to customers with delivery at your door step.
Besides focusing on high quality apparel, Trishla emart offers shipping to many International destinations too. They have a separate mobile store and offer express delivery at select locations.
You can also follow them at the Trishla emart FB page.
Thank you all for being patient with us, and we now have our winners, selected on the basis of writing style and creativity they brought to the topic.
First prize: Rads gets the first prize for her entry, My Personal Style. She wins an online shopping voucher at Trishla emart for Rs.3000.
Second prize: Mehreen Shaikh and Jayanti Chakraborty get the second prize, for their entries, Rouge and Rebellion and Defining Style: An alternate perspective. They will each receive an online shopping voucher at Trishla emart for Rs.2000.
Third prize: Kashmira Lad, Sowmya Sundaram and Vrushali J win the third prize for their entries, I’m Me, Atheism is a Religion and 9 Style mantras that make Me, Myself and I. They will each receive an online shopping voucher at Trishla emart for Rs.1000.
Plus every participant also receives will get a ‘participation prize’, a Rs. 250 coupon code valid on a minimum purchase of Rs. 2500/-
Wait…we’re not done yet!
We’re also giving away 5 Women’s Web coffee mugs to 5 other noteworthy entries, and these are:
Indywrites for Style & Me
Sreesha Divakaran for The crazy lass next door
JeyDV82 for A Style of my own and
Chandana for #LikeABoss
Congratulations to everyone, and we’ll be getting in touch with you soon!
Begin your note with a mention that this post is being written as part of the Women’s Web – Trishla eMart ‘A Style of My Own!’ campaign with a link to the Trishla emart website. For e.g. “This post is my expression of style for the ‘A Style Of My Own’ blogger contest by Women’s Web and Trishla emart“ (or feel free to frame your own!)
Leave a link to your blog post here in the comments section so we include your entry. That’s it!
This contest will be open from 3nd February to 17th February 23rd February (extended by 4 days to give you one more weekend to write!). Do make sure your post is submitted here in the comments before 23rd February 10 PM IST.
The folks at Trishla emart are giving away some lovely prizes that that will interest everyone…cos hey, we all need clothes, right? (Plus, there is a little something for every single person participating).
And. It gets better.
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