You know, once in a while we just like to do something nice for our readers. You work your fingers to the bone trying to raise your little darlings, plus perhaps work outside the home, and when you come to our site, we'd like it to be a fun visit. So we're going to treat one of you to a $200 gift card for Ann Taylor's new concept store which just opened up at the Short Hills Mall this past weekend. Yippee! And you're welcome! Keep reading to find out about Ann, her fabulous clothes and how to WIN.
Ann Taylor's new concept store is the first of its kind in New Jersey and only the 10th overall in the country. Always catering to the modern working woman, the collection went through a significant evolution in 2009, under the brand's new Head of Design Lisa Axelson. The new concept store provides a more intimate shopping atmosphere based on a stylish modern contemporary home.
Ms. Axelson says, "The new Ann Taylor is chic and stylish with a more fashion forward direction to address the needs of today's modern working women. Our new concept stores are a reflection of our new fashion direction. They are light, modern, feminine and designed to showcase the full Ann Taylor collection while making our client feel comfortable and welcome."
So, Mommy Poppins readers, are you up for retiring your yoga pants and hoodies? Could you use a little chic and stylish in your wardrobe? We're going to give a little jump start for one lucky reader.
Prize: A $200 gift card to Ann Taylor's new concept store in Short Hills Mall.
How to enter: To enter the contest leave a comment below telling us how much you need some chic and stylish in your wardrobe. Comments must be entered by 5pm on Tuesday, August 2nd. One winner will be drawn at random and notified on Wednesday August 3rd. Please leave your correct email address (one that you check frequently) when you leave your comment because that is the only way we will be able to reach you. If you do not respond to our email notification within 48 hours, another winner will be drawn. Email addresses of entrants will not be collected, sold or otherwise abused.