Dresses for Real Women! WIN the Dress of Your Choice from Shabby Apple

This Contest is Now Closed

The British high street is fabulous. In fact on returning from my recent jaunts in The States I was even more convinced of the fact that we have one of the best in the world. However there is something I need to get off my chest. Is there a particular reason that even the most body-conscious stores only seem to stock dresses that are way above the knee/way below a reasonable neckline and cut seriously tight? Is it too much to ask for a shop that stocks dresses to fit, you know, women that aren’t size 8 teenagers? I’m only 27 for goodness sake, I don’t think I’m ready to shop in Marks & Spencer just yet.

Well dear reader have I got a treat for you because I’ve just been made aware of the fabulous Shabby Apple, a US based company who ship worldwide! Their women’s dresses are designed for…shock horror…real women!

I particularly love their sizing guide (explained in measurements as well as standard dress sizes) to make sure your purchase will fit you perfectly. Being the owner of a larger than average sized boobs, I often have trouble with finding dresses to fit my ample bazookas… but not any more!

I’m Wearing:

♥ Going Steady dress by Shabby Apple
♥ Black, grey & orange wedges by Stylist’s Pick
♥ Silver & black heart headband by Janine Basil

Win the dress of your choice!

I hope you’re convinced of the awesomeness of Shabby Apple by now, but just to sweeten the deal the kind folks over there have offered the readers of Rock n Roll Bride the chance to win a dress of their choice (yes any dress you like!)

To enter this phenomenal giveaway, firstly ‘like’ Shabby Apple on Facebook and then visit their website and pick which dress you’d like to win. Finally, comment on this post by midnight Wednesday 4th April, linking to the dress you’d like to win.

The winner will be randomly chosen and announced in next week’s Thursday Treats post. The contest is open to readers worldwide.

10% discount for all readers

But that’s not all! If you’re not lucky enough to win, Shabby Apple would also like to offer all readers of Rock n Roll Bride 10% off any order placed before midnight on Monday 30th April 2012. Simply enter discount code ‘rocknrollbride10off’ in at the checkout.

This Contest is Now Closed

Ts & Cs

♥ The winner will receive the dress of their choice from Shabby Apple.
♥ Closing date for entries is midnight (GMT) 04/04/2012.
♥ The winner will be notified in Thursday Treats on 05/04/2012 and via email
♥ Only 1 entry per IP address.
♥ Contest is open to readers worldwide.
♥ If for any reason the advertised prize is unavailable, Shabby Apple reserves the right at its absolute discretion to substitute a similar prize of equivalent or greater value. None of the prizes may be exchanged or transferred and no cash alternative will be offered.
♥ By entering the draw, you hereby warrant that all information submitted by you is true, current and complete.
♥ The winners will be contacted via their email address within a week of the the competition draw date. Rock n Roll Bride/Shabby Apple will not amend contact information provided.

♥ Shabby Apple reserves the rights to use material from the contest winner for promotional purpose.
♥ No purchase necessary.

170 comments

  1. Post author

    Laura they go upto a US size 16 as they are a US company.therefore their 16 would be about a UK size 20/22. I hope this helps

  2. Kristy

    Wow what an amazing selection for girls with boobs AND hips! I was very tempted by G.Cooper as a smart work dress but was won over by L’Or Belle, I could not resist this cute little polka did number – perfect for summer parties! Much more fun than a work dress :-)

    http://www.shabbyapple.com/p-1098-lor-belle-11.aspx

    That being said the one review for the dress it a little concerning…..

  3. PhiPhi Murphy

    I am particularly in love with the purple lace tea time dress!
    Pretty please

  4. Nadia

    I couldn’t agree more Kat! I think you were wearing this dress when I saw you at the School of Rock n Roll last month and admired it a lot! I used to make dresses like this when I was young but now struggle to get a pattern that fits the lumpier me!
    I really like the matinee dress – tres chic don’t you know!

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