Win: Festival tickets and a Fearne outfit!

*COMPETITION CLOSED* How would you like to WIN some festival tickets plus a Fearne Cotton outfit!?  On the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, why not put the crown on your extra long bank holiday weekend by celebrating with Boob Royalty, CoppaFeel! at the Queen of Hoxton, Shoreditch for the 3rd anniversary of FestiFeel!  Curated by Radio1 DJ and CoppaFeel! patron Fearne Cotton, Festifeel is Britain’s only boutique music festival with boobs in mind!  There are lots of great artists and the line-up so far includes Newton Faulkner amongst many others.  For more info and to keep a breast of the latest line up visit festifeel.com.

FestiFeel helps raise vital funds and awareness for Breast cancer charity CoppaFeel! Founded in October 2009 by Kristin Hallenga – who herself was misdiagnosed twice with breast cancer at age 23, and now lives with secondary breast cancer – the charity educates young people on the importance of checking their boobs regularly and knowing the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. CoppaFeel! aim to deliver their message in innovative and memorable ways.

We’re giving you the change to WIN 2 tickets to Festifeel! on Monday 4th June plus a festival style outfit from the Fearne Cotton range worth up to £100.  To enter simply comment below telling us what you would like from Fearne’s range.

Terms & Conditions

The competition is open to all UK residents, aged over 18 years, excluding households of employees of Very.co.uk and Shopdirect Group or anyone professionally associated with this promotion.  Closing date for entries is midnight Sunday 27th May 2012.  There will be one winner chosen from random to win 2 tickets plus some products from the Fearne Cotton collection up to the value of £100.  The winner and their guest are responsible for travel to and from the venue.  No cash alternative is available; prizes are non-transferable and non-refundable.   The prize winners will be notified by email by Tuesday 29th May 2012.  If we do not receive a reply by Thursday 31st May, another winner will be drawn.  Any extra costs incurred other than those stated above are the sole responsibility of the winner.

47 Responses

Posted by Bernie on

As someone diagnosed (finally) with breast cancer at a very young age, I am very keen that my two young daughters are aware of how to check themselves. Any charity/event that encourages women to check themselves carefully and regularly gets my support. I would love to go and take my girls.

Posted by Pavlina on

The Cotton Dip Dye Jeans are absolutely amazing, I’d kill for a pair of these! :)

Posted by Mari Johnson on

Posted by Dolly B on

Fearne Cotton Maxi Skirt Catalogue number X99FL1P [http://www.very.co.uk/fearne-cotton-maxi-skirt/1054335855.prd]

Posted by Elizabeth Dean on

The Corsage Satin Dress is Stunning! :-D

Posted by Stacey Webb on

Fearne Cotton Embellished Evening Maxi Dress – very fancy, love it!

Posted by Lynette Lawson on

I would love the Cotton Dip Dye Jeans for my daughter.

Posted by sam on

i am a big supporter of coppafeel and have told everyone i know about it! The big C has affected my life indirectly as it does many and i hope your charity can help bring awareness to others im hope more comanies like Very jummp on board and promote this ace charity!

Posted by Rosie on

I have always idolised Fearne Cotton and love her clothing range! She’s beaut and her clothes are very sophisticated but stylish! I own one dress from her range and have eyed up other items I really want but I’m a poor student. Can’t afford the dress I want, even with two jobs!

Posted by Emma Gallagher on

I’m also another fan of the corsage satin dress so stylish.

Posted by Meghan Elizabeth Griffiths on

I would LOVE Fearnes Floral Border Print Dress and her Floral Vintage Print dress. I love her vintage designs and they are perfect for our current glorious weather. :)

Posted by Marta P on

Fearne Cotton Maxi Skirt Catalogue number X99FL1P [http://www.very.co.uk/fearne-cotton-maxi-skirt/1054335855.prd]

Posted by Victoria m on

I love the pleated rufflehem dress and Ivos chunky heel shoes!

Posted by Bev Davis on

I love the pleated midi skirt – perfect for summer!

Posted by MIMI PALMER JOHNSTON on

i LOVED THE BIRD PRINT DRESS ! I CAN SEE WHY IT IS ONE OF THE BEST SELLERS !

Posted by Victoria H on

I really like the floral border print tunic (GX9MT18), and also the Ibis Chunky heel spot bar shoes ZVTS914

Posted by Sara Royle on

I would love the border print maxi dress! Absolutely gorgeous, and perfect for what is hopefully going to be my sunny graduation day!

Posted by Melanie freemantle on

Love love dip dye jeans and polka dot chunky heels drools

Posted by Trudi Walsh on

Posted by Tanya D on

Love the Bead Trim Printed Dress :) and adore the Contrast Jacket! The whole collection is simply brilliant!

Posted by Anna Le Jeune on

Torn between the gawjus yellow embellished evening maxi dress and the bow trim vintage shift dress. AND the tiered dress and the bird print dress. Ooh and the floral border print tunic dress (how could I forget that one!) too many to choose!

Posted by Sarah Lewis on

I would love any thing from fearnes line cuz I love it all!! Xx

Posted by Donna Gilligan on

The knitted stripe tunic would be brilliant for me.

Posted by Sharon Hughes on

The stud heel ankle boots are catching my eye there.

Posted by Rebecca Denyer on

I would buy the border print Maxi Dress, its perfect for festivals and sunny days

Posted by Ellie Ball on

The Bird print dress is gorgeous and my favourtie

Posted by Karla on

Ibis chunky heels would go awesome with the skinny dip dye jeans! x

Posted by HANNAH EVANS on

Fearne Cotton Maxi Skirt Catalogue number X99FL1P [http://www.very.co.uk/fearne-cotton-maxi-skirt/1054335855.prd]

Posted by Alice Fuller on

Ibis Chunky Heel Spot Bar Shoes! Love them :)

Posted by martina mckenna on

i love the white open knit dress and the red tulip dress

Posted by Tracey on

I loop love the ibis chunky spot shoes, so retro!

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