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The rainy season has kicked in. But you know how it is with our schizophrenic weather–you can’t get too bundled up, neither can you dress completely light. Your outfit has to be able to adapt to the crazy climate change. For me, the best way to do it is to wear layers of light clothing and in pants that won’t get uncomfortable when I suddenly find myself in the midst of sweltering heat.
Miss Mannequin has gladly provided just that sort of option, and in colorful ways to boot! And what’s more, you can win your choice of pants! Here’s how:
1) Like @Miss Mannequin on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ms.Mannequin
2) Follow @rstylista and @LoveMsMannequin on Twitter
3) Comment below with your links and don’t forget your email!
4) Giveaway has been extended up to July 17, 2012 and is for Philippine residents only.
Miss Mannequin garments are all imported. They serve their customers with top quality and reasonable prices. The clothes they sell will make life easier for you. All garments are ultra comfortable and are free size (garterized) meaning they will look fabulous on anyone!
Aside from that, Miss Mannequin provides a wide range of styles including bohemian, hippy chic and gypsy. Their use of meticulous raw material selection and a customized production process is managed by one of the brand’s own designer, Maristela Ethel O. Tan, who graduated last February 2012 from De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde with a degree in International Hospitality Management and an International Studies major in French. After completing 6 weeks of training in France, Maris returned to Manila to establish her brand and what a long way they have come since then.
Miss Mannequin is also open to resellers / distributor, for more information, you may email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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