Thursday, 14 May 2009

Grosgrain & Loose Teeth Vintage Inspired Sundress Giveaway!

Loose Teeth Vintage Inspired Sundress with Petticoat GUEST GIVEAWAY!!!!

Thanks to the lovely Darla at Living and Loving Retro Ways, I discovered that Grosgrain are running a competition to win a dress from this wonderful Etsy designer Loose Teeth. I discovered her shop just last week and have been positively drooling over the cute and quirky playsuits and particularly this stunning sun dress, and planned to make a purchase over the summer. But how could I possibly resist entering a competition to win this stunning plaid sundress?




Grosgrain's blog describes it thus:

"The dress featured in this post will be custom fitted and given to the lucky winner. It is made from 100% cotton red, blue yellow and white plaid seersucker with 100% cotton eyelet lace underskirt.

The underskirt is attached at the waistline and really fills out the skirt nicely. It has lace detail around the bottom edge of the seek sucker, the back and top edges of the bodice and two bows where the spaghetti straps attach in the front.

The gathered bust line is lined and can be worn with or without a bra. Heather will make it to size for the winner. It's super comfortable and ultra sweet looking."

If any of my lovely readers would also like a chance to win this lovely dress, just head on over to Grosgrain for details. And check out Loose Teeth's store for more gorgeousness - I'll definitely be buying something even if I don't win! Good luck everyone!

Pip pip!

Fleur xx

5 comments:

  1. What a fab dress! Good luck in the contest!

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  2. I saw the giveaway earlier in the week on the Grosgrain blog, and totally forgot to post about it so I could enter! ;) So I just did it now. Thanks for the reminder! hehe!

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  3. aww its so wonderful!
    good luck!

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  4. Seersucker is one of my favorite fabrics. I'm headed over to try my luck.

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