If you’re a fan of the trendy Intermix clothing chain, here’s something you’ll want to check out. They’re throwing a “Confessions of a 5th Avenue Shopper” contest to celebrate the grand reopening of the Flatiron store in New York. Sadly, the space mysteriously burned down several months ago after an almost complete renovation.
Interested in winning some free designer clothes? Better start writing a 300-word blurb explaining how Intermix has played a role in your “mix.” Then, send your story along with a photo to email@example.com. Just don’t be shocked if you see your submission posted on their site.
To see an example of what we think they’re looking for, read this entry by yours truly. You never know… the Fashion Junkie just might be entitled to some of the stash!
My name is Dara Fleischer and I’m a self-confessed “serial shopper.” Check out my website, FashionJunkie.com to see just how serious my shopping addiction is. But I digress. While I’ve always been obsessed with the 5th Avenue Intermix store (and every other U.S. location), my real addiction began the day you opened your temporary space on Broadway. Thanks to the store’s proximity to my pad (literally a stone’s throw away), Intermix made it all too easy to constantly play hookey and collect my favorite frocks. Thanks to the knowledgeable staff and jaw-dropping mix of designer merch, Intermix has helped transform my wardrobe from so-so to “HELLO!” My cramped closet is now stocked with killer Michael Kors kicks, a chic Madison Marcus cropped leather coat (I get compliments whenever I wear it), J Brand skinny jeans, a striped Ella Moss tank and skirt, LaRok cargo pants and too many other items to name. Whenever a friend visits the city and inquires where to shop, I always send them to Intermix first. Congrats on the grand reopening of the 5th Avenue store – I love stopping by for my daily fix!
By: Dara Fleischer
Founder & Editor of FashionJunkie.com – a fashion and beauty email newsletter, daily blog and NYC-based personal shopping service.
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