Labels are for clothes

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Labels are for clothes

Postby Sinned » Fri Feb 16, 2018 4:02 pm

I saw an advert on TV which seemed to indicate genderless or unisex clothing. So I looked it up on the internot and apparently River Island are hosting a competition base on the tag line.

https://www.riverisland.com/inspiration/blog/labels-are-for-clothes-competition

I mentioned this to MOH with very little enthusiasm from her. I thought that this might be suitable for some on the site.

Do you know someone who is so fearlessly true to themselves; they inspire you on the daily? Well, we’re giving you the chance to win you and that friend, family member or simply the person who inspires you, £1000 each AND a personal styling session at the River Island Style Studio! Sound good? Scroll down to find out how to enter…



HOW TO ENTER

STEP 1:
Head to our Facebook post over at: riverislnd.co/themselves

STEP 2:
Comment on our Facebook post tagging someone you believe is 100% fearlessly themselves and let us know why!

STEP 3:
Share the post with your friends to spread the #LABELSAREFORCLOTHES message


Terms and conditions can be found at www.riverisland.com/competitions. Competition ends 19th February 2018. Good luck!

You may have to get a move on.
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Re: Labels are for clothes

Postby moonshadow » Sat Feb 17, 2018 1:40 am

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Though not being a U.K resident I was only looking to satisfy my curiosity.
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Re: Labels are for clothes

Postby Rokje » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:34 pm

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I do think it is the same thing as you, Moonshadow
Be proud to wear a skirt or dress they are just clothes. Yes , they are for men too :mrgreen:
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Re: Labels are for clothes

Postby beachlion » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:35 pm

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Re: Labels are for clothes

Postby denimini » Tue Apr 24, 2018 11:11 am

Plenty of competitions but they all are about promoting RI on social media, where I don't socialise. River Island have made some cute mini skirts, I think I have one or two, but none on their site listed for men, boys or non-specific.
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Re: Labels are for clothes

Postby Daryl » Fri Apr 27, 2018 6:38 am

Sinned wrote:...we’re giving you the chance to win you and that friend, family member or simply the person who inspires you, £1000 each AND a personal styling session...


A personal styling session would be of zero, nay, negative interest to me. And it kind of runs counter to the idea that they are looking for individuals that are "true to themselves" since any "styling session" is of necessity about someone else applying her/his style "knowledge" to the recipient. What are the chances that any of them would even have men in skirts who are not trying to look like women in their body of knowledge or experience? Zero.
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Re: Labels are for clothes

Postby Sinned » Fri Apr 27, 2018 8:23 am

I've seen a drinks advert that uses the by-line "labels are for bottles," but can't remember which drink it is.
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