That’s right. The Kardashian Kollection was launched last week worldwide and selling like hot cakes! Good news, you can stand to win a S$1,000 shopping spree to “Shop Like a Kardashian”. If you don’t know what that means, well – let me show you how to do it. Dorothy Perkins invited me together with two of my friends to experience the prize and “Shop Like a Kardashian”. How could I pass on this opportunity? Scroll down and find out more about my amazing shopping spree experience (and how you can win the same experience!):
How to Participate:
- 1 x chance is given with every $150 nett purchase.
- 2 x chance is given with the purchase of the Kardashian Kollection (Min. $150 nett purchase is still required).
Terms and Conditions:
- Promotion is valid from 8 Nov – 2 Dec 2012.
- Each entry must be accompanied with the original receipt.
- The winner will be notified by telephone/email.
- The winner must present their NRIC and winning letter upon claiming of prize. Redemption of prizes must be done within 2 weeks after notification.
- Prizes are not exchangeable for cash, credit or in kind.
- Staff of Wing Tai Clothing is not entitled to participate in lucky draw.
- Wing Tai Clothing reserves the right at any time to terminate this promotion, amend terms and conditions, replace or substitute prizes without prior notice.
The day started with a specially arranged transport to pick us up. Classy!
You can’t “Shop Like a Kardashian” unless you shop as a TRIO! Just like the Kardashians, literally.
Meet Ms Kasey Chua, the Style Advisor at Dorothy Perkins. She pre-selected a rack of clothing for us. You can also book an appointment with her by calling these numbers: 67339893 (Wisma Atria), 63395996 (Raffles City) and Great World City (67355657).
We hit the Kardashian Kollection naturally. I finally got my hands on the polka dot blazer.
It’s time to stock up on the holiday, year-end party look!
Anita couldn’t resist the Kardashian Kollection gold minaudière.
Sophy loves the great selection of ballerina flats!
GREAT SUCCESS! It’s not that ‘hard’ to spend S$1,000 in a day (or an hour!).