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Blogger Contest by Wallis and Miraval Resort

Blogger Contest: Wallis and Miraval Resort Loves Moms: Enter to Win the "Make Time for ME" Wallis getaway wardrobe and a 2 night/3 day Getaway to Miraval Resort in Arizona!

Wallis, a London high-street brand from the Arcadia group launched into the US market with an e-commerce site this year has teamed up with Miraval Resort in Arizona,, to indulge one lucky mom with a 2 night/3 day all expenses paid getaway to Miraval Resort in Tucson, and a getaway wardrobe from Wallis!

Bloggers are asked to style a desert getaway wardrobe of Wallis apparel and accessories and post to their blog, and to Pinterest linking to the Wallis products  and to Miraval Resort and to “like” the Facebook page of both Wallis and Miraval Resort.

Send in your picture and we will run the contest on Wallis’ Facebook page, where you will encourage your fan base to “vote” for you to be sent packing in style to Miraval for a “ME TIME” getaway! Tweet out #metime and post to your social pages, letting all your followers know you need and deserve some mommy me time!

The contest will kick-off on July 10th and run through July 29th. They will pick the winner and announce on Wallis’ social media pages the first week of August and arrange your trip. At the end of the campaign, each blogger will receive a product of their choice, whether they are the grand prize winner or not.

Contact Amy Cunha, BigPicture PR via email at to start your participation!   All entries will be accepted from June 28th through July 9th.   Send a photo of yourself and link to your blog, start styling your outfits from the Wallis website, and voting will begin on July 10th, 2013

If you enjoy fashion blog contests, you may want to also check the fashion contest group at the Fashion Industry Network.


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