Madam Rage Competition

February 9, 2012

Madam RageThis competition has now closed and the winner has been contacted. Girls Wishlist have teamed up with our friends at Madam Rage to give you the chance to win a £50 voucher to spend on gorgeous trendy clothing on the Madam Rage website.

As seen on stars including The Saturdays’ Una Healy, Little Mix’ Perrie Edwards, TOWIE’s Lauren Pope and Laura Whitmore, Madam Rage is a brand that no girls wardrobe should be without.

Already a household name as one of the hottest lines in New Look, Debenhams and House of Fraser, and with a show-stopping collection that focuses on key catwalk trends and staples at affordable prices, MadamRage.com is dedicated to remaining one stiletto ahead of the fashion game without compromising on style or quality and the best thing of all… none of the pieces cost over £30!!

coral lace dress floral navy blue dress turquoise colour block dress
Coral Lace Dress – £26 Navy Floral Dress – £25 Colour Block Skater Dress – £26
  • This competition ends at midnight on Thursday 16th February.
  • The winner will be picked at random and notified by Saturday 26th February.
  • No cash or prize alternative available
  • Any prize not claimed within 7 days of sending notification of a winning entry will be forfeited and the prize will be awarded to another entrant.
  • Only 1 entry per person using this entry form. However, you can increase your chance of winning with 2 bonus entries. How? Simply write:

– Madam Rage competition entry on our Girls Wishlist Facebook page
and tweet @GirlsWishlist #MadamRageCompetitionEntry on Twitter

Please note that only 1 of each type of entry per person (1 entry form, 1 Facebook entry & 1 Twitter entry) will be included in the competition.

  • Competition open to UK entrants over the age of 18 only.

Comments

2 Responses to “Madam Rage Competition”
  1. Melanie Kelly says:

    Great comp :) hope you get lots of new fans from it

  2. Mark Dawson says:

    Great comp, thanks xx

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