WIN BRIDAL SHOES – RAINBOW CLUB

With spring being a time of weddings and proposals, (and the birth of extremely cute baby animals), it seemed apt to draw your attention to Devon’s best-kept secret.

Before your mind wanders to cream teas and childhood trips to Dawlish, I must tell you that a fabulous wedding shoe and accessories brand has its headquarters in that beautiful county.

Rainbow Club has been designing bridal footwear since the mid 80s, and now you can win a pair of your own to make you feel like the most beautiful bride.

Avanti

Avanti

Who wouldn’t look pretty in these 2-parts with their pointed toes, delicately shaped satin pieces, and glitter-wrapped bows? With 9cm heels and secure ankle straps, you will be comfortable all day and night.

Carmel

Carmel

For that chic Audrey Hepburn look, have you thought of flats? Not only will they carry you pain-free way beyond your first dance, but they’ll add an element of individuality to your look. The petal-shaped toes would look dainty peeping out from under a full-length gown, or would complement a ballerina-length 50s style.

Christy

Christy

Are you a girl who likes a heel? If so, these 3/4 cut courts with cross-over satin toes are for you. The glittery platform means you get the 11.5cm height, without being too much on your toes.

Enter below for your chance of winning a pair of gorgeous bridal shoes!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

Terms and Conditions
There is no cash alternative.
Open to entrants in the UK and Ireland. One entry per person only.
This competition will end on May 23rd 2014 at Midnight.
The prize will be the choice of any pair of shoes (up to a value of £100) from the Rainbow Club collection. Rainbow Club will cover postage costs.
The winner will be chosen at random from those who enter and the decision final.
The winner will be contacted via email.
Prizes cannot be returned, refunded or exchanged
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6 Responses to WIN BRIDAL SHOES – RAINBOW CLUB

  1. J francis says:

    I’m not sure weather to go for flats or mid heels as my other half is the same size as me… Decisions hmmmm

  2. Hazel Christopher says:

    I wore mid heels on my wedding day (now divorced) next time I’d wear higher ones :)

  3. frances hopkins says:

    I’d wear mid heels x

  4. Catherine Culmer says:

    I wore tiny heels.
    I’d love to win these for my friend whose planning her wedding.

  5. Natalie Crossan says:

    mid heels :)

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