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Win! An outfit from Tootsa MacGinty

Tootsa MacGinty Autumn Winter 2013 CollectionBright, colourful and brilliantly wearable, Tootsa MacGinty is fast-becoming one of the best childrenswear labels in the UK. Ethically made, great quality and with a range of quirkly gorgeous patterns and styles, we are big fans of their designs, which, being unisex, are suitable for both boys and girls.

As part of our Christmas Fortnight, Tootsa MacGinty is giving away one of their classic jumpers and a pair of gorgeous cords to one lucky winner. Choose from a lambswool blend Pepperbox Wood, lambswool blend Wild Acre or cashmere-blend Delamere sweater and a pair of super-soft lined cords in any colour.

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Pepperbox jumper in Moonlight Blue (also available in Honey); Delamere knit in Moonlight Blue (available in other colours). Lambswool-blend Wild Acre chunky cardigan pictured below.

faa2f9ea5b2ff9d97e014eda919943b8Glenmore corduroy trousers in prune (available in two other colours).

To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize, then please email us at info@wearandwhere.co.uk with Tootsa MacGinty Competition in the subject box. If you’d like to double or even triple your chance of winning, then please head to our Facebook page and share this post and/or head to Twitter (WearandWhereUK) and tweet about our Tootsa MacGinty competition.

Good luck!

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The competition closes at 8pm on Wednesday 11th December. Winner picked at random. One extra entry for anyone who shares this post on Facebook. One extra entry for anyone who tweets about our Tootsa MacGinty competition.

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2 Comments

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    Angela Wilson
    December 7, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    Beautiful clothes for children

  • Reply
    Joanne Beeson
    December 11, 2013 at 11:30 pm

    These clothes are fabulous quality and über cute designs for both boys and girls

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