Tired of only having mass produced jewellery to choose from? Would you like to custom design a piece of jewellery – and all from the comfort of your home?
Enter StyleRocks. Launched in 2011, StyleRocks founder Pascale tells us, “I was frustrated by having to choose jewellery on offer that wasn’t right for me: I don’t wear rose gold, I wear yellow gold. I don’t wear onyx, I wear blue topaz. It seemed fundamentally wrong to me that when jewellery is such a personal expression of your style and who you are, that you should have to settle for something that isn’t right.”
Make your choice from rings, bracelets, earrings, cufflinks and rings for men, and necklaces. Next select your metal, style and gemstone and place your order – it’s that simple! A gift to reflect the personality of your lucky friend or indeed yourself!
StyleRocks is offering one lucky entrant $500 of wedding jewellery.
To enter, sign up for the StyleRocks newsletter on their website and then leave a comment on this post, describing (in 25 words or less) your perfect StyleRocks jewellery item and the outfit you would wear it with!
This competition is open to residents from Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Cote D’Ivoire, Denmark, Ecuador, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom , USA, Belgium, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal.
The winner will be chosen by StyleRocks and will be informed by Polka Dot Bride. The prize must be redeemed within three months. If no contact is made within one month of the competition end date, the prize will become null and void. The winner will pay for costs over and above the prize inclusions. This prize is not redeemable for cash. Entrants must be aged 18 or older. This competition is a game of skill; no chance enters into deciding the winner. No late entries will be considered. This Competition closes November 1st 2012 at 5.00 pm (Australian Eastern Standard time).
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