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Blogger Competition: Dress a Festive Shop Window to Win a GBP 500 Next Gift Card

LEICESTER, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 12/03/12 -- Bloggers could win a GBP 500 Next gift card in the latest Dress a Festive Shop Window competition, hosted by Jess Shanahan at in association with home and fashion retailer Next. Create a window of your favourite party dresses, shelves of glittery shoes or perhaps let the interior designer inside you come out with a festive home setting.

Be inspired by the latest Christmas collections of Rough Luxe, Modern Green, Home Comforts and Chinoise - complete with one of Next's real Christmas trees. Design your ideal living room setting with candles, overmantle mirrors, bunting and Christmas stockings for at the chimney breast. Perhaps go for a children's bedroom awaiting Santa with advent calendar bedding, festive pyjamas and a cosy bedside lamp or lay your fantasy Christmas table with red, green and gold tableware. If your favourite part of the season is dressing up in the latest partywear - maybe even go for a New Year's Eve style window with those all important dresses and tuxedos.

Bursting with catwalk inspired fashion, this season Next has the best in the latest women's, men's and children's trends - with stylish clothing for the coming season being showcased in stores and online. Love what you see? To enjoy the AW12 and Christmas collections, click onto for new arrivals for the coming season.

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To take part in Next's Dress a Festive Shop Window Competition, entries must be received by 3pm on December 21st 2012. To enter, visit the relevant post at and submit the link to your blog post in a comment.

Your blog post must showcase items from the Next's own brand fashion and home collections to illustrate how you would style a Next shop window over the festive season. Do not include products from brands other than NEXT.

You may use pictures, links and social platforms to make your blog post as creative and original as possible. Next's Dress a Festive Shop Window Competition is open to residents of the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, and Isle of Man who are aged 18 or over only. One entry per person.

Next reserves the right to exclude from the competition any entry that does not meet the criteria set out in these Terms and Conditions.

There will be one winner chosen by host blogger Jessica Shanahan of The winner will be notified after January 2nd 2013 by email. The email will contain details of how to claim the prize.

The prize is a GBP 500 Next gift card. Please note you do not win the products selected for your blog post as Next cannot guarantee that the items will be in stock or available in your requested size.

The competition winner must claim their prize within 7 days of notification being sent and Next reserves the right to ask Jessica to select an alternative winner should the GBP 500 gift card not be claimed within this time. The prize cannot be exchanged for cash or otherwise and no cash alternative will be offered. Next reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or higher value in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Liability cannot be accepted for entries which are lost in transit or not received by Next due to technical difficulties.

Jessica's decision and any decision taken by the Promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into. We reserve the right to feature photographs and screenshots of the winning blog, as well as the name and county of the prize winner in future publications and publicity. Next reserves the right to apply the value of the prize to any outstanding account(s) of Next Group Companies.

The winner's name and County will be available from January 5th 2013 by sending an email to This promotion is not open to employees of Next, their families, associated agents, or anyone professionally connected with the promotion.

The Promoter is Next Retail Ltd, trading as Next Directory. Registered office Desford Road, Enderby, Leicester, LE19 4AT. Registered No. 4521150

Next Retail
Matt King
0116 284 3185

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